Key facts and dates

  • As of May 2, the majority of Concordia's instruction and activities are in person.
  • In-person convocation ceremonies resume this summer. Check the Convocation page of the Concordia website for dates.
  • Many of the measures we put in place to protect the health and safety of the Concordia community remain in place. Read more about Concordia’s return to campus.
  • Those members of the Concordia community who are feeling unwell are asked to stay home and consult the procedure for suspected cases of COVID. 
  • Internal and external organizers are welcome to book on-campus events. For details, please visit Hospitality’s Events web page.
  • As of March 17, 2022, 92.9% of Concordia students were considered adequately protected against COVID-19. For staff and faculty, the most recent statistic provided by health authorities was 91.6% as of January 20, 2022. 
    Source: Public Health Montreal
  • Updated May 24, 2022: 17 Concordians used the COVID self-declaration form between May 17 and 23 to advise the university that they had tested COVID-positive and been on campus during the 48-hour period before developing symptoms or testing positive.

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What to do if you are sick, or if you have come into contact with someone who is

If you have symptoms or test positive, do not come to campus. Complete the Self-Declaration Form, follow its instructions and notify your professor, supervisor or unit head if you need to declare a medical absence.

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