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Key facts and dates

  • The winter 2021 term is taking place mostly remotely, with some in-person activities happening on campus — all in accordance with public health guidelines. Please consult the list of in-person activities.
  • Students and faculty and staff can get a letter of attestation for permitted in-person activities during curfew.
  • The winter 2021 term dates have changed:
    • The first day of the winter term is January 13
    • The last day of the winter term is April 20
    • Final exams are scheduled from April 24 to May 9
    • Did Not Enter (DNE) date: moved from January 19 to January 26 
    • Discontinue (DISC) date:  moved from March 22 to March 29
  • Academic accommodations to help students with their courses: Measures include PASS option for one eligible course, conversion of eligible F grades to a DISC notation and flexible final exam deferral requests. Read more: undergraduate students and graduate students.
  • The Webster and Vanier libraries are offering limited access to study areas for undergraduate and graduate students, with a reservation. For instructions on how to reserve a study space, and details on hours and services available, visit the Library's COVID-19 information page.
  • Employees currently working remotely are expected to continue to do so until April 30, 2021.
  • As outlined on Concordia’s research site, the university has re-opened more than 230 labs in sciences, engineering, fine arts and humanities. Read more about Concordia's gradual return to campus.
  • Tuition fee deadlines have been extended.
  • The university is unable to host any in-person conferences and events until April 30, 2021, at the earliest.
  • For the winter 2021 term, we will continue to operate as we have in the fall, holding classes remotely. Some in-person activities such as labs and studios will continue to take place, as evolving health and safety guidelines permit.
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