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Last updated: December 21, 2020, 10:06 a.m.

Steps to access campus buildings

Students who are registered for a program or course with an in-person activity will be authorized to access campus after completing these steps:

Step 1:

Complete the mandatory one-time Returning to Concordia’s Campuses During the COVID-19 Pandemic course and quiz on Moodle. The course and the quiz will be accessible in your course list by August 28, 2020. (Students who have in-person activities will have been informed of them. If you have in-person activities but you cannot see the Moodle course in your course list, please contact your professor.)

Step 2:

Complete the COVID-19 Self-Evaluation Form available via MyConcordia — it can be found at the bottom of the left-hand menu by clicking the “COVID-19 Student self-eval” link. Note: the link to the form will be accessible to you a short time after you successfully complete the Moodle course and quiz; this can take up to one hour.

The one-time Self-Evaluation Pledge is your commitment to undertake a daily self-assessment of your health and COVID-19 contact risk prior to coming to campus. The one-time pledge replaces the weekly obligation to complete the self-evaluation form. It includes self-evaluation questions that you must ask yourself prior to visiting the campus.

Should your health situation change after you have submitted the form, please resubmit the form with your new information.

Authorization for access

Provided these steps have been successfully completed, you will be able to access campus to attend your authorised scheduled in-person activity only, as of the day after you complete the self-evaluation form.

Go to a campus gate and present your student ID card at the security desk. (If you do not have a student ID card, please book an appointment to obtain one. You will need it to access campus.)

Remember that you will need a face covering at all times. Please allow extra time to pass the security gate; there may be line-ups.

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