We are excited to welcome our community back to our campuses. Our return will be a complex and careful operation, but alive with the anticipation of being together again. Planning for the return to campus reflects the broad range of experiences the pandemic has had on our diverse community. We will prioritize teaching, learning and research while continuing to ensure the safety of our students, faculty and staff.


Use this self-assessment tool to provide up-to-date guidance and recommendations for testing and follow-up for COVID-19.

Resources & support

We understand COVID-19 has impacted us all in many ways and we are here to help you.

Supports and resources are available to help with your mental health and well-being, personal safety, and self-isolation, should you need it. There is also information on what to do if you need to request an academic concession due to unforeseen circumstances during this time. 

Student services

For all on-going student services to help with your academic success, financial situation, and resources and supports for your educational journey throughout the term, please visit our Student Services website for more information.

Undergraduate Student Advising

If you need to speak with an academic advisor if you’re facing academic difficulty during this time, want advice on degree planning and requirements, or just want general advice on the progress of your degree, you can log into Advisor Link and book an appointment to speak with an advisor.

Graduate and Postdoctoral Students

Please contact the Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies office if you are concerned about your academic progress, funding and awards, or if you have any admission and application questions.