COVID-19 Information

Stay Safe. Stay In-Person.

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Masking Updates for a Healthy Fall Term

With our focus on the health, safety and well-being of our university community, Laurier will require masks for indoor activities part of academic course delivery effective the first day of fall term on Sept. 8

While Laurier’s proof of vaccination remains paused, we encourage you to keep your vaccination status up to date to ensure your study is not disrupted should vaccination requirements change in the future. 

Questions? Check out the frequently asked questions (FAQs) or reach out to coronavirusquestions@wlu.ca.

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Key Reminders

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Don't forget your mask. Masks are required in for indoor activities part of academic course delivery effective Sept. 8.

If you're feeling sick, stay home. Perform a self-assessment if you're unsure of your symptoms.

Bring your OneCard for access to some buildings and amenities.

Your Community. Your Support.

Whether you're new or returning to Laurier, we've got you covered. 

Info for Incoming Students

New to Laurier? Check out Laurier 101, our first-year incoming student support program, and Laurier 601, our support programming for incoming graduate students.

Don't forget to join us for O-Week 2022 and Graduate Student Orientation, too! 

Get Involved, Find Support and Feel Connected

Immerse yourself in the Golden Hawk community and know that this is where you belong: 

Don't forget to check out the calendar of events to find out what's happening around campus.

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Protect Yourself and Others

With our focus on the health, safety and well-being of our university community, Laurier requires masks for any indoor activity that is part of academic course delivery, including, but not limited to: lectures, tutorials, seminars, teaching laboratories, tests and exams and other forms of academic course instruction.

Wearing masks in higher-capacity, close-proximity settings with groups gathering for periods of time will help to limit the spread of COVID-19 within our community. Masks are optional in other areas of the university; however, Laurier will provide mask-only study spaces for students who choose to wear masks.

Respect the masking decisions of others. You make Laurier golden.

If You Have Symptoms

If you are sick, stay home.

Complete the COVID-19 Self-Assessment if you're unsure of your symptoms. If you fail the assessment, do not come to campus. 

If you miss a class because you are unwell, don't worry.

We want you to know that we are here to support you. Follow the steps outlined in the protocol for students with COVID-19 symptoms

If you are worried about missing classes and having to catch up, connect with the Student Success team who offers course support. 

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