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A number of health and safety measures have been put in place to protect our community. Please bookmark this page and check back frequently as information will be updated.

Coming to Campus

Learn about health and safety information you need to know before coming to campus.

Fall 2020

Learn more about program specific information for Fall 2020.
 

Who To Contact

Find a list of contact information for most points of contact and services. 

Spring/Summer 2020

Learn more about program specific information for programs that were interrupted in March.

Student Checklist

Use the checklist as your guide to preparing to come to SLC!

Student Services and Supports

Find information about services, student supports, and how to access them. 

COVID-19 Information

Here you will find general information about COVID-19.

Phased Campus Re-Opening

Discover details about SLC's campus re-opening plan. 

Campus Updates

Click here for campus updates from President and CEO Glenn Vollebregt.

 

Important Health & Safety Information

With enhanced safety measures and guidelines to protect our community, approximately 580 students and apprentices across our 3 campuses have been given the opportunity to return to campus in August to complete in-person requirements from the Winter and Summer terms.

Students part of the August Summer Pilot need to have completed the following steps before accessing campus.

  1. Completed the COVID-19 Health & Safety Awareness Training: A Guide for Students Returning to Campus (sent to your student email or access it here)

  2. Confirmed your acceptance of the Student Conduct Agreement for COVID-19

  3. Ensured the SLC Safe app is on your phone or device so you are prepared for the screening to access campus

New safety measures include:

  • Screening protocol in place for each time learners and employees who access our campuses
  • Required health and safety training and orientation for both employees and students
  • Reduced class sizes based on the size of physical training spaces to support physical distancing
  • Mandatory face covering policy for all campuses 
  • Enhanced cleaning and sanitization of equipment, tools and spaces
  • Where physical distancing is not possible, the introduction of additional health and safety protocols

The health and well-being of our community remains our top priority as we gradually reopen our campuses. 

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