Accessing our campuses

Vaccination is mandatory

All students, faculty, staff, and visitors 12+ must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to access the Lethbridge and Calgary campuses.

Once you are fully vaccinated, submit your information to the uLethbridge Safe app or website (students, staff, and faculty only).

 

Getting vaccinated

Everyone over 12 is eligible for a vaccine in Alberta, even if you are not from Alberta or Canada.

Book a vaccine

 

You are considered fully vaccinated:
  • 14 days after receiving the recommended number of doses of a Health Canada approved vaccine, OR
  • 14 days after receiving one dose of a Health Canada approved mRNA vaccine in addition to a non-Health Canada approved vaccine (e.g. Sinovac, Sinopharm, Gamalaya, Bharat Biotech, etc.).

 

Accommodations

If you have a legitimate exemption to vaccination (medical or protected under the Alberta Human Rights Act):

Every time you come to campus

Applies to: students, faculty, staff

If you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and your vaccination status is verified on the uLethbridge Safe app, you are ready to come to campus!

Those with an accommodation approved by the University need to submit rapid testing results every 72 hours.

people 2 meters apart
Outdoor spaces on campus are available to all, but physical distancing requirements are in place.
Remember to wear a mask inside campus buildings. Rules about masks can be found here.

Visitors

Whether you are using the gym, helping your student get moved in, or going to your child's ballet class, you are still welcome on campus!

Vaccination is required for all visitors ages 12+

You must be able to prove that you are fully vaccinated when you arrive on campus. This applies to all programs and events, including meetings, sporting events, and cultural activities (e.g. performances, concerts).

Albertans can access their vaccination record and QR code by visiting the Alberta Covid Records website.

Contractors and sponsored visitors will be given instructions as part of safety discussions before coming to campus.