Updated January 21, 2021
After consultation with both New Brunswick Public Health and the Provincial Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour, Crandall University’s COVID-19 Advisory Committee has released an update for the operation of the University under the current Red Phase of Recovery in New Brunswick’s Zone 1 (Moncton region). Below is a summary of the update.
The Crandall campus will continue to be closed to the public; essential services will continue to be available at academic buildings.
Courses will continue to be held online except for those where the Academic Office deems an in-person experience to be essential. These in-person classes will follow enhanced safety protocols for all participants. Students will be informed by their instructors if their class has been deemed essential and will be meeting in-person.
Students or employees exhibiting one or more symptoms of COVID-19 are asked to stay home until symptoms subside, and are encouraged to contact 8-1-1 or access online tools regarding testing for COVID-19.
Employees are encouraged to complete as much work as possible from an off-campus location. Those whose work requires them to be on campus will be asked to sign in and out of academic buildings.
Students are also asked to limit their time on campus to essential in-person classes only.
On-campus housing will reopen to New Brunswick students as planned, with enhanced safety protocols in place.
Complete details are available to members of the Crandall University community through University email, and all students, faculty and staff are asked to monitor their email regularly for updates.
Questions about Crandall’s COVID-19 protocols should be directed to email@example.com