Post-secondary studies during COVID-19
Public post-secondary institutions are following guidance to prioritize safety on campus.
Last updated: September 9, 2022
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In September 2021 and again in January 2022, B.C.’s post-secondary institutions (PSI) successfully resumed on-campus teaching, learning and research by following the COVID-19 Return-to-Campus Guidelines and their own communicable disease plans. With a successful return completed, the Return-to-Campus Guidelines were retired April 25, 2022.
The BC Centre for Disease Control’s (BCCDC) Post-Secondary Public Health Guidance document (PDF, 947KB) continues to provide information for post-secondary institutions. This document was developed with input from a team of experts from B.C.’s post-secondary sector, the Office of the Provincial Health Officer and regional health authorities.
The Ministry continues to work in partnership with institutions, the BCCDC, the Office of the Provincial Health Officer, regional health authorities and experts from B.C.'s post-secondary sector to support the continued delivery of on-campus activities.
Under the guidance of WorkSafeBC, all public post-secondary institutions have developed communicable disease prevention plans.
As part of these plans, post-secondary institutions can implement their own proof of vaccination policies beyond what is provincially required.
- British Columbia Institute of Technology
- Camosun College
- Capilano University
- Coast Mountain College
- College of New Caledonia
- College of the Rockies
- Douglas College
- Emily Carr University of Art and Design
- Justice Institute of British Columbia
- Kwantlen Polytechnic University
- Langara College
- Nicola Valley Institute of Technology
- North Island College
- Northern Lights College
- Okanagan College
- Royal Roads University
- Selkirk College
- Simon Fraser University
- Thompson Rivers University
- University of British Columbia
- University of Northern British Columbia
- University of the Fraser Valley
- University of Victoria
- Vancouver Community College
- Vancouver Island University
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