Member Institutions’ COVID-19 Response 2020-07-29T13:26:32+00:00

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]

Crandall University is currently offering online classes for the Summer 2020 semester and plans on delivering a hybrid model for the Fall 2020 semester.

[Updated May 22, 2020]
Mount Allison University is currently offering summer courses through self-directed learning. They plan on implementing a hybrid learning environment with some in-person and some online classes for the Fall 2020 semester.
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[Updated July 17, 2020]
St. Thomas University is currently in the process of welcoming staff and students back to campus while adhering to provincial guidelines.
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[Updated April 15, 2020]
The Université de Moncton will offer primarily in-person classes in the Fall 2020 semester, will some classes delivered virtually where necessary.
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[Updated July 2, 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.

[Updated July 9, 2020]
The University of New Brunswick, Saint John will deliver a combination of alternative delivery methods and in-person classes, where possible.
[Updated July 9, 2020]

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.

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[Updated June 30, 2020]

Cape Breton University’s Fall 2020 semester will be delivered to students online and will offer no in-person instruction.

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[Updated May 15, 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.

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[Updated June 25, 2020]
Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Agriculture, located in Truro, NS is listed as one of the potential faculties to resume some in-person instruction in the Fall 2020 semester.
[Updated June 25, 2020]
Mount Saint Vincent University will offer an entirely online learning environment for the Fall 2020 semester.
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[Updated June 30, 2020]
Nova Scotia Community College is currently offering online classes for the Summer 2020 term. All courses for the Fall 2020 semester with be either online or a hybrid model.
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[Updated June 8, 2020]
Saint Mary’s University is currently offering online courses for the Summer 2020 semester and will continue online for the Fall 2020 semester.
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[Updated June 24, 2020]
Beginning Monday, Sept. 14th, St.Francis Xavier University will offer a Senate-endorsed approach of mixed-method course delivery, with most classes taking place in-person and some being offered online.
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[Updated July 19, 2020]

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.

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[Updated July 6, 2020]

Memorial University, St. John’s 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.

[Updated July 6, 2020]

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.

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[Updated June 24, 2020]