Member Institutions’ COVID-19 Response
To help you stay up-to-date on the pandemic-related plans of our member institutions, we have compiled the following summary. This list summarizes how each school is adjusting its class delivery methods, as well as a link to each school’s COVID-19 webpage. Additional resources below provide virtual campus tours, COVID-19 FAQs, and tips for working/studying from home. [Note:External links lead to each member institution’s COVID-19 response webpage]
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[Info last confirmed July 23, 2020]
The University of New Brunswick, Fredericton is in the process of developing a combined approach to offer alternative virtual instruction as well as some in-person classes where necessary for the Fall 2020 semester.
Acadia University intends to welcome students back to campus for a COVID-19-ready Fall 2020 term with a hybrid approach and will specify the intended delivery approach for each specific course later in the summer.
[Updated June 30, 2020]
Dalhousie University has suspended all in-person classes for the remainder of the Summer 2020 term and will offer primarily online instruction for Fall 2020, with some potential exceptions such as medicine, dentistry, etc.
- NSCC Health Tips (Video)
Memorial University, Grenfell Campus will offer a primarily remote learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester and will not resume full in-person teaching before January 2021 with some exceptions as listed on the school’s update page.
The University of Prince Edward Island has transitioned to an online learning environment with some exceptions (veterinary medicine, nursing). The university plans to provide a blended learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester, offering some in-person and some online classes.
- UPEI Virtual Campus Tour (Video)