In response to provincial guidance and public health input, St. Lawrence College (SLC) will adjust its approach for the first few weeks of January classes.
This is a short-term adjustment as SLC remains committed to increasing the amount of in-person activity on our campuses, however considering provincial and public health guidelines, and the rapidly changing conditions of the pandemic, the College will take a more gradual approach to doing so.
In January, courses will be delivered via alternative delivery except for practical labs and workshops on campus. This means courses that were intended to return to in-person/on-campus in January will be alternative delivery for the first few weeks of the semester. This modification will enable the College to monitor and respond to provincial and public health unit updates and requirements. More details are available on SLC’s website and students can check Blackboard for course-specific details.
Libraries, cafeterias, study rooms, and public areas will remain accessible to students as much as possible under public health guidelines. The College will remain closed to the general public.
"This short-term adjustment will enable us to gradually transition to increased on-campus activity while monitoring the province and health units for updates," explained Glenn Vollebregt, SLC President and CEO. "We are committed to keeping the SLC community updated, and our teams are once again doing an incredible job helping our students continue to progress in their academic journeys."
More information can be found on the SLC website at stlawrencecollege.ca/winter2022