Concordia’s campuses remain closed until the end of August, with services to students — including library services — accessible online.
Employees currently working remotely will continue to do so until further notice.
Starting the week of May 25, the university is implementing the first stage of its gradual return to campus plan, with 11 labs in health, natural sciences, engineering and seasonal research reopening as part of a pilot phase. Read more.
Those designated to resume or support research activities will be notified by their manager / supervisor. More information will be available on CSpace shortly.
eConcordia: Courses are structured on asynchronous learning models. This means that you do not need to schedule specific hours of the day to attend class. However, each course has a recommended agenda to follow.
Non-eConcordia: The delivery methods for non eConcordia courses (e.g., via Zoom, Skype, Moodle, etc.) including assignments, are being worked on. Each instructor is coming up with a plan and reworking their courses. As instructors are assigned to courses, you can contact them for details. Should you have additional questions, please contact your department or program advisor.
For all classes, students should review the class syllabus, agenda or course outline carefully before the course drop (DNE) deadlines.