March 14, 2020
UPDATED: Monitoring continues, plans for alternate forms of course delivery
Update for the campus community
Editor's note: Classes online are now set to resume on Tuesday, March 17. Read a more recent update to the campus community.
The University of Calgary will continue through the weekend to monitor the COVID-19 situation, locally, nationally, and internationally, and will share news of any changes here. At this time we have no change to report in the university’s response this past week to the evolving situation.
Recap of highlights from the past couple of days:
- When classes resume on Monday, March 16, they will not be in-person. Instead, UCalgary will move to alternate forms of course delivery until the COVID-19 situation has stabilized
- Students, you will be hearing from your instructors about how we will proceed
- The University of Calgary will remain open, and staff and faculty will be at work. All services remain available; we are here to support you during these difficult times
- The university has suspended all travel to several areas for student and non-academic staff until September 2020. Academic staff are also being encouraged to avoid travel to these countries and areas. Learn more
- All UCalgary students and non-academic staff in Europe are required to leave their exchange placements. We strongly encourage academic staff to to leave their exchange placements as well. Learn more
- President McCauley expresses his appreciation for your support and patience as we work together in these trying times. Learn more
For the most up-to-date information about the University of Calgary's response to the spread of coronavirus, visit the UCalgary COVID-19 website.