All SLC students, employees, contractors, and visitors are required to be fully vaccinated or have an approved medical exemption (and negative rapid antigen test result from within three days/72 hours) in order to come to campus.
Uploading your proof of vaccination records is the final step in confirming your status for the semester.
Gather your vaccination records
To prepare, ensure you have image files of your COVID-19 vaccination records or receipts.
- Find your vaccine receipts emailed by the Ministry of Health - subject line "Dose Administration Receipt", take screenshots, and save the image files.
- If you can't locate the emails, get your electronic COVID-19 vaccine receipts from the Government of Ontario. Open the PDFs, take screenshots, and save the image files.
- Note: the app is unable to accept PDFs.
Use the SLC SAFE app
Proof is uploaded in the SLC SAFE app - the same app people have been using when coming to campus.
- Download from Apple Store or Google Play
- If you do not have a mobile device, a web-based solution can be found at: Welcome Vaccine Passport (apparmor.com)
Upload your proof of vaccination
Follow these quick and easy steps to upload your proof of vaccination in the SLC SAFE app.
This is where you find your daily health screening and the updated vaccine passport, to upload your proof of vaccination.
This will let you start your application for proving your vaccination status.
- Fully vaccinated means you are 14 days past the final dose of an approved vaccination.
- Partially vaccinated means you are waiting for your final vaccination dose.
- You can confirm if you have a documented exemption at this stage.
Just a few quick steps to upload your proof of vaccination.
Pick Student or Staff to confirm your school affiliation.
- Using the drop-down menu, indicate which type of vaccination you have received.
- Upload clear photos of proof of your vaccination doses.
- Note: if you received the one-dose Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine you enter the same information for both fields.
- After confirming the type of vaccination you received and uploading both photos, click the box to consent to SLC receiving a record of your proof of vaccination.
- Information held in secure location and in accordance with PHIPPA regulations.
- Privacy information for the app is available here.
- You will receive a yellow QR code/badge which means approval is pending.
- You can access campus with a yellow QR code/badge.
- It will be yellow until your proof is confirmed by a team of health professionals.
- Once your proof is confirmed your QR code/badge will turn green.
- A green QR code/badge means your proof has been assessed and is confirmed.
- Note: anyone found to be falsifying vaccination information is subject to disciplinary actions, up to and including expulsion for students, termination for employees, and restriction from campus and SLC facilities. Individuals can be held liable in situations where false information has been provided.
Thank you for participating in the SLC vaccination policy, which is intended to protect the safety and well-being of all members of the SLC community.
Frequently Asked Questions
The SLC SAFE app reset with an update midday on Friday, September 24 to allow the upload of vaccination proof so any prior confirmation of vaccination status will no longer show. You are required to upload your proof in accordance with the SLC vaccination policy.
Once your proof is uploaded, you will get a yellow QR code that indicates your approval is pending. A health professional will confirm your information is all correct, and your QR code will turn green.
Effective Friday, September 24th at noon, you can use this website to upload your proof of vaccination. Note the system accepts photos and the url can be used in any browser. We recommend bringing a hard copy proof of second vaccination dose with you each time you come to campus.
Yellow QR codes mean you have proof of full vaccination, but your proof hasn’t been confirmed in the system yet. You can access campus with a yellow QR code and do not need to do rapid antigen testing.
Orange QR codes mean you are partially vaccinated or not vaccinated and you are required to complete a rapid antigen test and have a negative result every three days/72 hours prior to coming to campus. You can email email@example.com for information on where to find tests. Note: All students and employees must be fully vaccinated by November 22 in order to access campus. Ensure you have received your second dose by November 8 in order to meet this vaccination policy deadline.
Yellow to green: Yellow QR codes turn green when the uploaded proof is confirmed. You can access campus with a yellow or green QR code.
Red to yellow: Red QR codes change to yellow when someone updates from being partially vaccinated to fully vaccinated. Until November 21, you can access campus with a red QR code if you have proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken three days/72 hours prior to coming to campus.
Yes! Take care of completing your vaccination passport now, so it is ready when you need to access campus.
Yes – SLC students and employees who are not vaccinated can complete the passport and that can help ensure you are connected with rapid antigen testing kits for your ongoing use prior to coming to campus.
Yes – your exemption will be noted and you will be provided with the QR code you need to access campus. Please note that individuals with exemptions are still required to submit proof of a negative rapid antigen test from within three days/72 hours prior to each time you come to campus.
No – the app is only for SLC students and employees to upload vaccination records into. As a visitor to campus, you are also required to be fully vaccinated before coming to campus. If you have an approved medical exemption, you are required to have a negative result from a rapid antigen test completed within three days/72 hours of coming to campus. Please note that process is managed by the person booking your event or activity. See your event organizer for details.
SLC contractors monitor the employees they send to work on SLC campuses and in SLC facilities. The contracted company ensures that their employees are either fully vaccinated or have had a negative result on a rapid antigen test within the past three days/72 hours of accessing campus or a college facility. They also ensure their employees have completed the daily health screening to ensure they are free from COVID-19 symptoms.