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Fall 2020 and Winter 2021


The fall 2020 and winter 2021 terms will be taught online at the Faculty of Fine Arts. There will be no regularly scheduled teaching on campus and students will be able to complete their term online no matter where they are. That said, certain programs will offer a limited number of optional in-person activities on campus. If you cannot attend these optional activities, you won’t be penalized for your absence.

How to search for a class

  • Visit the class schedule (Note: The class schedule is still being updated for the Winter 2021 term)
  • Enter the parameters as necessary and click Search
  • In the search results, you will see a column labelled Room
    • Online indicates an eConcordia course
    • Remote indicates a regular course being offered online exceptionally this fall and winter
    • Remote/In Person indicates a course being offered online that includes some in-person activities
    • A room number indicates that this is an in-person activity

Note: When you click again on a particular section within the search results, you may still see In Person indicated beside the field Instruction Mode even if your course is designated as Remote. This is normal and rest assured that your remote course is still being offered virtually.

Additional details about in-person activities will either be indicated in Moodle or will be communicated to you from your professor.

List of optional undergraduate in-person activities

Please also refer to the FAQ about in-person activities.
International students, please see important student travel information.

List of areas with no optional in-person activities

The following departments and program areas have no optional in-person activities for undergraduate students.


Please contact your program advisor for program or course-specific information. The Faculty of Fine Arts also offers the following help:


Candid conversations with Heather & Perla

Our Student Academic Services staff hold a weekly webinar to discuss all questions related to student life. Find out more about this help session and other  student advising services.  


Technical support and equipment loans

The Centre for Digital Arts plays an essential role in providing online support and loans of audiovisual equipment to fine arts students. Visit the CDA website to find out how they have adapted their services for the fall. 

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