Redeemer University officials are preparing to welcome students to campus this fall. In light of COVID-19, health guidelines will be in place in accordance with Redeemer’s Framework, release on 2020年6月15日 and in compliance with local, provincial and federal guidelines. Check this page for the latest updates on plans for Fall 2020.
Read the Framework for Fall 2020 Read the COVID-19 FAQ
Redeemer Continues to Refine Plans for the Fall Term
Redeemer is Investing Deeply in Tech for Dual-Delivery this Fall
Fall Course List and Move-in Dates Released
Redeemer Releases Framework for Re-opening Campus
Developing a Framework for Being on Campus in September
From the President: Redeemer is preparing for Fall Term
Redeemer closures and accessibility changes
Online courses; graduation postponed
Redeemer closes in compliance with the government of Ontario’s direction; residence updates; remote working
What to do to protect yourself and others:
- wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- sneeze and cough into your sleeve
- avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
- stay home and practice physical distancing if you must go out
- avoid non-essential travel
What to do if you feel ill:
- 参观 Province of Ontario’s COVID-19 page to take a self assessment and receive further instructions
Redeemer students are reminded that free counselling services are available. Counsellors are able to provide support remotely (by phone or Zoom). 联系 information to book an appointment:
- Shalem Mental Health Network: Call 1-866-347-0041 or text 289-335-3543.
- Christian Counselling Centre: Go to www.christiancounsellingcentre.ca and click on “book a session.”
Redeemer Chaplain Josiah Bokma is also available for pastoral care appointments via phone or Google Meet.
More information about COVID-19: