Be a Good Neighbour

Welcome to the SLC community! Whether you have moved into a new community or are joining a community virtually these tips can help you be a good neighbour.  

1. Learn how to sort waste and recycling. 

2. Know when to your waste and recycling should be ready for collection. 

3. Learn about transit and schedules to make navigating the city easier. 

4. Find information about recreation programs and activities. 

5. Renting? Open a utilities account, if needed. 

6. Find up to date information about COIVD-19 from Public Health.

7. Together, let's limit the spread of COVID-19 and prevent future outbreaks.

  • Download the COVID Alert tracking app on your device.

8. Wear a mask according to Public Health recommendations and when physical distancing is difficult.

9. Create a social circle of no more than 10 people and avoid large gatherings.

10. Stay connected!

  • UR SLC connects you to Orientation, campus events, clubs, campus resources, and much more throughout your college career. Download from the App Store / Google Play or Login Here on your computer. Sign in with your username and password.
  • Follow your Student Government.

Kingston Student Association (SA)

Brockville Student Administrative Council (SAC)

Cornwall Student Union (CSU)

1. Act with kindness, we are all in this and learning together. 

2. Ask for help! We are here to help support you. In fact, a whole team, your professors, and our college community is here to support you. 

3. Take care of your mental health and wellbeing. 

4. Stay connected with your professors. 

5. Connect with classmates in a virtual way. Check out the virtual events on the UR SLC app. 

6. SLC student services and supports are online! From digital library resources and peer tutoring to our academic support centre, we are here to help. 

7. Help SLC online communities remain welcoming for everyone. Avoid posting or sending messages that use profanity, are discriminatory or insulting. 

8. Become familiar with the SLC Student Code of Conduct so you know what is expected of you and what your responsibilities are. The Code of Conduct can be found on your page under Academics>Student Code of Conduct Policy. 

9. Pause before you post. Take a moment to proofread your writing for spelling and grammar before posting on online, submitting an assignment, or sending an email. Knowing your audience will allow for clear communication and avoid misinterpretation. 

10. Don’t be a bully! Cyberbullying can take many forms: personal insults, excluding others from academic discussions, posting pictures without someone’s permission, gossiping and discussing others online, posting offensive content, cyberstalking, trolling, and many others. Help keep everyone safe and feeling like we all belong.

1. Stay home if you are ill.

2. Practise physical distancing and stay 2 metres away from others in public. Avoid large gatherings. 

3. Wash your hands with soap and water thoroughly and often.

4. Learn about face coverings and know how to use, clean and dispose of them. All students and employees must wear a mask when on campus.

5. Create a social circle of no more than 10 people.