Here are 3 tips to help you prepare for the start of the spring/summer semester:
- Check your student email and student portal slc.me often. Important campus updates, semester information, and program delivery updates will be sent to your student email. slc.me connects you to important college services and resources.
- Connect with us! Follow SLC on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for information about student life, events, breaking news, and more.
- Download your student engagement app, URSLC. The app connects you to campus resources, clubs, virtual events, your fellow students, and much more. Download from the App Store / Google Play or Login Here on your computer. Sign in with your slc.me username and password.
Spring/summer Semester FAQ
The Q&A below will help you prepare for the upcoming semester. The information confirms details for courses beginning in May and applies to first-year and returning students. Updates will be added in the coming weeks as more information is available.
When does the spring/summer semester start and end?
- First day of classes: May 17 (most programs)
- Last day of classes: August 13 (most programs)
When is summer break week?
- June 28 to July 2
Are there classes on stat holidays?
No, the College shuts down operations on stat holidays. There will be no classes on the following stat holidays:
- May 24 (Victoria Day)
- July 1 (Canada Day)
- August 2 (Civic Holiday)
Spring/Summer Semester programs will be delivered via alternate delivery
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and physical distancing requirements, spring/summer semester programs will continue to be delivered via alternate delivery, the same format as they have been throughout the 2020/2021 academic year.
For the spring/summer semester, lecture-based programs will continue to be delivered in a remote/virtual environment while required labs, simulations, and specific assessments as confirmed by individual courses will be delivered on campus.
This means many services for students will continue to be offered virtually. Students have access to the same extensive resources and services, and in some cases, the virtual format affords greater flexibility and options. The current model of reduced on-campus services will continue. Information about how to access the available services is included below.
Find details about how your program will be delivered
You can find information about your program's delivery in these charts:
- First-year students starting their program in the Spring/Summer 2021 intake (all campuses)
- Kingston returning students
- Brockville returning students
- Cornwall returning students
Some or all courses may be delivered through alternate formats, off-campus, where required. Options may include:
- online discussions
- online chats
- virtual meetings
- online presentations
All courses will be taught by a professor and may include experiential learning.
Watch this video to learn about what you can expect.
St. Lawrence College has been approved as a Designated Learning Institute (DLI) by the Ontario Government. The College's COVID-19 readiness plan has been approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Therefore, it may now be possible for you to travel to Canada if you meet the requirements from IRCC and follow these steps to prepare for travel.
Our campuses remain closed to the general public at this time.
Students returning to campus as part of their program delivery MUST complete the mandatory safety training and sign the Student Conduct Agreement before accessing campus.
When will I receive my booklist and timetable?
Your timetable and booklists will be posted on your slc.me account closer to the start of the winter semester.
Students' OSAP will be released after timetables have been confirmed.
Where can I find information about student services and supports?
SLC student services and supports are online! From digital library resources and peer tutoring to our Academic Support Centre, we offer numerous resources to support you during your time at SLC, whether you are on or off-campus.
I am worried about how I am doing academically/in my courses. Who do I speak to?
Who can I contact if I still have questions?
Here's a list of contact information for most points of contact and services.
Live Chat with someone! A College representative can be reached by texting 613-801-8580 between the hours of 8am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. If you are using a computer you can click here.
Can I live in Residence?
Yes, if you would like to live on campus, space may be available in our residences. Learn more about our Residences in Kingston, Brockville, and Cornwall.
Commute Ontario has created an online guide for carpooling etiquette, cleaning/disinfecting a vehicle, and vehicle checklist.
To keep everyone safe, here are some helpful tips:
- Avoid carpooling, if possible
- Limit carpooling to a member of your academic cohort, if possible
- Stay home if the driver or the passenger is ill
- Wear a mask or face covering over the nose, mouth, and chin
- Maintain physical distancing requirements by limiting the number of passengers in the vehicle
- Follow hand washing and cough etiquette
- Have hand sanitizer in the vehicle
- Avoid recirculating air during transport and set the climate control system to circulate fresh air
- Disinfect the vehicle regularly
More information about physical distancing and COVID-19 symptoms can be found on the Government of Ontario’s website.