Vaccine declaration and rapid testing

Students, faculty and staff must be asymptomatic and fully vaccinated in order to access campus.

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

Information for students requesting accommodation

 

Both vaccine proof and rapid testing results are submitted through the uLethbridge Safe app or website.

Download the uLethbridge Safe app View the uLethbridge Safe website

Vaccine declaration

You are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 two weeks after your second dose.

COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination Principles (PDF)

This is a one-time process. Once complete, you do not need to do anything else before accessing campus.

  1. Open the uLethbridge Safe app / website
  2. Select your campus
  3. Select "Vaccine Verification (and rapid testing)"
  4. Log in (SSO) with your uLethbridge login
    • Note: If you don't see this option or are having trouble, try logging out of the app and log back in again.
  5. Select "Submit Vaccine Verification", and choose to submit documentation
  6. Add your details, including the dates you received your vaccinations and documentation for both of your vaccinations
    • ¬†Images can be uploaded to the app, and images and PDF files can be uploaded to the website.
  7. Submit your verification. You will receive an email of your submission, and another email once it has been verified by Campus Safety.
  8. You will receive a green QR code. You are ready to come to campus!

Rapid testing

If you have a vaccine exemption approved by the University, you must submit a negative rapid test result once every 72 hours to access campus.

For those with a University-approved accommodation:

  • Upload your rapid test results to the uLethbridge Safe app/website.
    • Images can be uploaded to the app.
    • Images and PDF files can be uploaded to the website.
  • If the result is negative, you are able to come to campus.
  • If the result is positive or inconclusive, do not come to campus. Someone will follow up with you directly. Additional instructions can be found on the Responding to Illness page.