Messages to Campus

Important Reminder – Stay at Home

As the spread of the coronavirus continues, we remind you that the Province of Nova Scotia remains under a State of Emergency. Everyone –  including all employees of Acadia – is instructed by the Chief Medical Officer of Health to work from home, if at all possible. We must do our part at Acadia.

To say our shared experiences in recent weeks have been unprecedented seems like an understatement. March saw us celebrate with new Canadian citizens and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau one day and then close our campus a few weeks later. We are living through a time that will be recorded in history as a significant global event. Through our efforts, I am confident that we will see this through together.

My fellow Nova Scotians,

COVID-19 is an unprecedented and rapidly evolving situation, and I recognize this is a scary time for Nova Scotians. Public health officials are working closely with our colleagues across the country and our partners in Nova Scotia to limit the spread of the virus and increase capacity within the health system to respond.

Acadia University has updated access restrictions in residential buildings and is providing clarification around out-of-province travellers arriving at Nova Scotia's borders to transport students home.

Acadia provides an update regarding Spring Sessions in-person courses and online learning.