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Spring/Summer 2022 Residence FAQs during COVID-19

April 12, 2022


With the end of the provincial Restriction Exemption Program (REP) and municipal REP bylaw, you will not need to provide proof of vaccination. You will be required to wear masks in our indoor spaces until the end of the Winter Term or the conclusion of the City of Calgary mask bylaw – whichever date is later. The University of Calgary wholeheartedly embraces the value of vaccination in keeping you, your loved ones and our broader community safe.

Quarantine information for those traveling from an international location for those living in residence:

  • Incoming international students who are arriving from outside of Canada and are 18 years or older that are required to quarantine, will be required to quarantine off campus for 14 days.
  • Incoming international students who are arriving from outside of Canada and are under the age of 18, are able to quarantine in residence. They can book their residence quarantine here.

Please review the IRCC website for travel exemptions for students and the ISS COVID-19 FAQs page before making plans to travel:

If you plan to travel to Canada, make sure you understand the quarantine requirements you will need to follow and review the Travel Canada website requirements for all travellers coming to Canada.

Residence does offer self-isolation rooms for those residents that are currently in room and need to self-isolate due to Covid symptoms or have tested positive for Covid. More info

To promote a healthy and safe learning, working, and living environment, non-medical face masks must be worn in all public indoor areas UCalgary until the end of Winter term, April 29.

For more information please visit the COVIDSafe website.

Masks are not necessary to be worn on campus under the following circumstances:

  • Working alone in private offices
  • Working outdoors and there is a minimum of 2 metres between people
  • Meeting indoors and there is a minimum of 2 metres between people
  • Working alone in a shared space
  • Working in a cubicle with plexiglass, wall, or other approved barrier between people and when not providing services to anyone
  • In a classroom where there is a minimum of 2 metres between instructor or among students