We know it can be hard to keep up with everything that is happening at the moment. Because of that, we’ve decided to create a page where all information regarding COVID-19 and UPEI can be found. Below, you will be able to find information on campus events, campus closures, what services are available, health plan coverage, and much more! If you need more information that hasn’t been covered here, please email us at email@example.com and we will try to help you as much as we can.
As of the most recent Senate Meeting, UPEI courses will be offered online until February 27, with in-person classes beginning February 28. New and returning students are encouraged to check out UPEI’s Course Catalogue and Timetable to explore courses and program offerings for the coming semesters.
Yes! As usual, students who are set to graduate next Spring, will still be eligible. If a student has successfully met their graduation requirements they will be able to receive their degree via instructions from the Registrar’s Office (so keep an eye out on your student email!).
Yes, campus has reopened. All students, staff, and faculty must adhere to proper social distancing guidelines, sanitize their hands upon building entrance, follow maximum room capacity as outlined by the university (as posted in each room), and wear a mask inside campus buildings.
Essential services are UPEI Health and Wellness Centre; Accessibility Services and Counselling Services at UPEI Student Affairs; the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Diagnostic Services, Animal Resources, and Central Services at the Atlantic Veterinary College; UPEI Security Services; UPEI Chaplaincy Centre; and the UPEI Residences.
Yes! We will be operating the Student Union food bank, “SUpplies”, at a smaller capacity than usual, offering less choices. However, there will still be basic and essential food items such as canned goods made accessible in SUpplies. Additionally, we want to ensure that students who are in need the most are being supported. Every week, a member of our team will be going out to buy groceries for those who need it, and preparing food hampers for pick up.
If you have any questions pertaining to COVID19 and or your health, please visit here for FAQs: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/health-and-wellness/coronavirus-covid-19-infection-faqs
If you would like to contact someone directly, please contact here: https://www.princeedwardisland.ca/en/information/health-and-wellness/government-pei-contact-information-covid-19
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any health plan questions and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Yes, your Student Union is still hosting events! We will have a mixture of online and in-person events. Our in-person events will follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines as outlined by Dr. Heather Morrison.