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September 6, 9:00 AM - Email to University Community

Being prepared for the start of classes

Hello, Aanii, Bonjour, 

Classes begin tomorrow morning and we are all very excited to begin the semester! Below are some important reminders for our community as we return to the classroom. 



As of September 1, 2022, we now require Face Coverings in all instructional spaces (classrooms, labs, teaching spaces; studios) where two metres of distance cannot be maintained between individuals. We have updated the Mask Use Guidelines.

We also strongly recommend the use of masks when two metres of distance cannot be maintained in other indoor spaces. 


Receiving your vaccination and booster doses continues to be the best approach to protecting yourself and those around you. We strongly encourage you to receive your vaccinations. To book an appointment for a vaccine dose, please contact Health Services at

Vaccine clinics are available on campus each Wednesday, and we will have the Public Health Sudbury Mobile Vaccination Unit visit campus on September 8 and 15.

Health and Safety 

As individuals, there’s a lot we can do, and one of the most important things to consider is to stay home if you are unwell. If you have tested positive for COVID-19, please follow the guidelines set out by the Ministry of Health. You can also reach out to our COVID-19 assessment centre via

Our enhanced cleaning of touchpoints in high traffic areas continues and Lysol wipes are available in many areas of campus. Our ventilation systems have been improved over the summer, with an emphasis on instructional settings. Wastewater testing on campus continues to be performed on campus.



Contact Information for Deans

    If you have questions about specific classroom environments, please reach out to the Dean of your faculty. 


Thank you, Miigwech, Merci,

Robert Haché, Ph.D. 
President and Vice-Chancellor