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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response

Updated March 24, 2020

Regent College's Summer Programs will go forward this summer. In light of local and international efforts to control the spread of COVID-19, all courses will include a live online participation option.

Courses taking place from May 11 to June 5 (Spring Session) will be available online only.

Courses following June 22 (Summer Session) will be available online. If circumstances permit, these courses may also include an opportunity to learn on campus at Regent. Registered students will be updated as more information becomes available.

For more information about Regent College's Summer Programs, visit rgnt.net/summer.


Updated March 17, 2020

At 5 pm on Wednesday, March 18, the Regent College building will close until further notice. College operations will not cease, but will be managed remotely. Students will access courses via alternative delivery modes. Staff will work from home until the building reopens and will continue to be available via email. 

The full announcement is available here. Questions may be directed to the President's Office at [email protected] or 604.221.3322.


Updated March 16, 2020

Regent is implementing a remote work-from-home policy effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. All staff whose presence is not required on campus will work from home. Reception will remain open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm and staff will remain available via email.

Building hours will be reduced beginning Wednesday, March 18, 2020:

  • Regent College will be open only on weekdays from 8 am to 5 pm.
  • The John Richard Allison Library will be open on weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm.

The building will not be open on Saturday or Sunday.

All on-campus events between now and the end of term are cancelled. We have yet to reach a decision regarding Convocation or the Reunion. We are working on alternative delivery modes for our Summer Programs courses.

Questions may be directed to the President's Office at [email protected] or 604.221.3322.


Updated March 13, 2020

Regent is transitioning to online classes effective March 16, 2020 for the remainder of the term. Students should not come to campus for class. Course instructors will contact students directly to provide information on how to participate in their classes. Delivery methods will vary from course to course to accommodate different course structures and content.

For the time being, the College will remain open for basic services. Staff and faculty will continue to work on campus. The library will remain open only for the purpose of retrieving and returning books. Full details regarding library hours, resources, and services will be provided early next week.

All on-campus events between now and the end of term are cancelled. The COVID-19 Response Team has yet to reach a decision regarding Convocation.

Read the full announcement here

Questions may be directed to the President's Office at [email protected] or 604.221.3322.


Updated March 12, 2020

The College has established a COVID-19 Response Team, led by the President’s Office. Questions should be directed to [email protected].

The College continues to abide by the Recommendations for Post-Secondary Students, Faculty, and Staff provided by the Province of BC, available here.

In light of the travel advisory issued by the Province of BC on March 12, 2020, all those who return from travel outside Canada are required to report to the President's Office via phone or email and self-isolate for 14 days before returning to Regent. 

Individuals who have not left Canada but believe they may have been exposed to COVID-19 should follow the same procedure. The President's Office will work with any students who are required to self-isolate in order to ensure that they are able to complete the necessary coursework.

Classes are currently scheduled to continue as planned. Non-academic activities prior to Reading Week are cancelled. This includes chapel, soup, and community groups scheduled for Tuesday, March 17. 

Questions may be directed to the President's Office at [email protected] or 604.221.3322.


Updated March 11, 2020

The College has established a COVID-19 Response Team, led by the President’s Office. Questions should be directed to [email protected].

The College continues to abide by the Recommendations for Post-Secondary Students, Faculty, and Staff provided by the Province of BC, available here.

In order to protect the Regent community, the College is putting into place a reporting requirement. This requirement applies to students, staff, and faculty. In brief, all students, staff, and faculty must report to the President's Office if they:

  • return from a high-risk jurisdiction
  • live with someone who has returned from a high-risk jurisdiction, or
  • believe that they may have been exposed to COVID-19.

In addition, students, staff, and faculty should self-isolate if there is a risk that they may spread the virus. More information on self-isolation is available from BC's Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC).

The BCCDC has provided the following guidelines:

  • Students, faculty, or staff returning from high-risk areas should stay home or self-isolate in their dorm/room alone for 14 days after they leave the high-risk area. They should monitor themselves daily for symptoms (fever, cough, muscle aches, difficulty breathing).

  • Students, faculty, or staff who have been in close contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 by laboratory testing should stay home or self-isolate in their dorm/room alone for 14 days after their last encounter. Individuals should monitor themselves daily for symptoms (fever, cough, muscle aches, difficulty breathing).

  • Students, faculty, or staff who have been in other areas affected by COVID-19 (see Information for Travellers on the BCCDC's website) should monitor themselves daily for symptoms (fever, cough, muscle aches, difficulty breathing) for 14 days after they left. They do not need to self-isolate.

Those who develop symptoms during the 14-day monitoring period should immediately self-isolate (stay in a room that is not shared with anyone else) and call their health-care provider or the provincial health line 8-1-1 to discuss any need for testing and follow up.

The College is putting measures in place to ensure that students unable to attend class have the supports they need to finish the term well. Students requiring accommodation should contact the President's Office at [email protected].

    

For more information on COVID-19, see the following sites:

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