Class schedule information – fall 2021 term
We are looking forward to a vibrant fall term marked by a return to many on-campus courses and activities. Libraries, research labs and student residences are moving ahead with reopening plans. Some events and services, like Orientation, will happen virtually, complemented by in‑person components.
Last updated: July 26, 2021, 10:12 a.m.
Dates and timelines: understanding the class schedule
Starting July 5 and throughout the summer, expect to see updates to the class schedule, detailing which courses are online, on campus, or a blend of both (i.e. on campus with some remote components).
Note: Changes to the schedule will happen in real-time so check back often.
Plans will be updated as the situation evolves
The public health situation continues to evolve, and we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we adapt our plans accordingly.
How to search for a class
- Visit the class schedule
- 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
- REMOTE/OPIP indicates a remote course that has an optional in-person activity
- A room number indicates that this is an in-person course or activity
Frequently asked questions
The university is developing its plans for the fall 2021 term based on the following considerations:
- directives from the Direction régionale de santé publique (DRSP);
- guidelines from the Ministry of Higher Education; and
- physical layout of the Sir George Williams and Loyola campuses
- Pedagogical needs based on planning, research and consultation among professors
Professors are hard at work planning the fall 2021 course delivery and will start indicating which courses will be online starting July 5. This process will take some time; courses will continue to be updated until the DNE date (September 20, 2021). We understand that this uncertainty can be frustrating. Evolving public health protocols as well as not knowing what the province's vaccination status will be by this fall makes it difficult for the university to plan the fall term with exact certainty. However, things are looking promising; Quebec’s vaccination rollout is progressing well, and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are now being offered earlier than anticipated. In the interim, the mode of course delivery (online, on campus, or a blend of both) will be finalized in the coming weeks so that you can make informed choices. Contact your program advisor for questions about course options and your course sequence.
Help and contact information
Questions about your program or degree requirements?
Your academic advisor (listed in your Student Centre) is here to help you. Depending on your program, you may also have access to additional advisors who can answer program-specific questions and assist with academic planning.
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