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  • Precaution exposure issued by Nova Scotia Public Health for the Wallace McCain Learning Commons, Sept. 20 4-5 p.m. More info.

Students, faculty and staff can now provide their proof of vaccination through Campus Check. Anyone who has not completed this process will receive instructions to begin their required twice-weekly testing. 

Forget your mask? Masks are to be worn in indoor common spaces (including classrooms). If you forgot to bring one with you, you can pick one up at several locations across campus.

On-campus vaccination clinics are happening this September. Learn more about getting vaccinated.

Get tested. It's quick and easy to get tested for COVID-19 right on campus. Learn where to get tested or pick up your test kit.

Travelling to Nova Scotia from outside Atlantic Canada? Self-isolation requirements are based on your vaccination status. Learn more.

Faculty/staff looking for return-to-campus resources can visit the Return to Campus internal website (login require)

Our safety plan

Review our full health and safety plan here.

Students, faculty, and staff will be asked to provide proof of full vaccination to access campus or be required to undergo twice-weekly testing. Learn more.
COVID-19 rapid testing is available across all our campuses. Learn more.
Masks should continue to be worn in shared indoor common spaces (including classrooms) in September. Learn more.
While formal distancing requirements are not in effect, please continue being respectful of one another’s space.
We've reviewed and improved ventilation systems across our campuses. Read the full story on Dal News.
Continue to wash your hands regularly, either at washrooms or with widely available hand sanitizer.
Stay home if you feel unwell and seek out testing if required.  

What you need to know if you are a student coming to Nova Scotia from outside the province. Learn more.

We're committed to keeping our community updated with the latest information as it relates to ou return to campus. Read the latest updates here.

We're committed to supporting students as you continue prepare to return to the classroom. Get answers to your questions and learn more about resources available.

As we prepare to return to campus, resources and supports are available whether you're working remotely, instructing a class virtually, or an essential worker on campus. Learn more.

Learn about how to access campus services as we return to campus. Learn more.

Learn more about our safety plan and resources available to support your well-being and keep you up to date with the latest Public Health advice. Learn more.