Members of our community who plan to be on campus will need to be aware of our COVID-19 protocols for the College building so that we can keep ourselves, our families, and each other safe and well.
Along with Acadia University, Acadia Divinity College aims to be a fully vaccinated community. All staff, faculty and students are expected to be fully vaccinated before attending work and classes in person. All classes are available both in person and virtually. If there is a reason why a student cannot be vaccinated then they should choose the virtual option for their studies.
The building will be open during office hours, but is not generally open to the public. If you are not a student and wish to enter into the building please ensure you are fully vaccinated and have an advance appointment. Wear a mask and check in with reception on your arrival who will alert your contact. Virtual appointments are also fully available with all staff and faculty.
No one should enter the building if they are feeling unwell. Those feeling unwell should get tested and stay home. Access your work and classes online until you feel better and have a negative test result.
At this time masks are required in class and in other public areas of the college. Social distancing will also be practiced in classrooms and throughout the building. Regular asymptomatic testing – which is available on campus – is also advised. Wear a mask, keep a social distance, and use the hand washing dispensers that are available throughout the building.
Students are to access their email from the ADC Registrar to read carefully and follow the details of in-person protocols both for ADC and for the wider university campus.
Protocols are subject to change without notice on the advice of Nova Scotia Public Health and Acadia University.
We are committed to working together as a community to keep everyone safe and well. We are grateful for the technological resources that allow for flexibility in teaching and learning and administration. Thank you to all for your cooperation, and your respectful treatment of one another.