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Last updated: September 28, 2020, 1:55 p.m.

Concordia has gradually re-opened hundreds of labs in the sciences, engineering, social sciences, fine arts and humanities on both the Sir George Williams and Loyola campuses, as well as a number self-study spaces in the libraries. Health and safety protocols apply.

The Webster and Vanier libraries are offering limited access to study areas for undergraduate and graduate students, with a reservation.

Library study space is intended as an emergency service for students who don’t have an adequate study environment at home, or who have come to campus for in-person course activities and need to attend online courses before returning home.

For instructions on how to reserve a study space, and details on hours and services available, visit the Library's COVID-19 information page.

Are you authorized to come to campus?

Only those engaged in authorized in-person activities and those accessing the  Library are authorized to be on campus.  If you are authorized to be on campus, you will be able to access the links to complete the steps below. If you have any questions regarding authorization, please contact your professor.

Start the two-step process

Students who are registered for a program or course with an in-person activity will be authorized to access campus after completing a two-step process.

Follow health and safety protocols while on campus

The university is following recommendations and guidelines set out by the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST). If you have been granted authorization to attend an in-person activity, or plan to study in the libraries, please read the protocols carefully. Protect yourself and others.

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