As we approach the beginning of classes on September 21, many campus services are resuming on-campus operations. However, many services and departments have changed their hours or require an appointment. We encourage you to contact the department or visit their website before visiting.
Campus remains closed to the general public. Most buildings are kept locked 24/7, but the following locations have limited access:
Student Accounts staff have returned to campus and you can continue to reach them by email and phone. If you require an in-person meeting with a Student Account representative, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You must have an appointment to visit.
The Registrar's Office is operating Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., but in-person service is available by appointment only. The primary and preferred means for responses and issuing of documents will be electronically. Please email email@example.com or submit a HUB request.
Technology Services is not open for drop-in help but is accepting online requests for support weekdays from from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. For the fastest support, please enter a ticket in HUB Service Portal at hub.acadiau.ca. If you have issues with HUB access, you may also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require assistance with a computer or device, an appointment will be necessary. This can be organized via the HUB Service Portal.
If you discover a problem while teaching on campus, please call our office using the room’s service phone. If necessary, we will send a staff member with appropriate PPE to the classroom. If you encounter a problem while teaching online, please contact us and we will try to resolve the issue quickly.
The Library will be open for longer hours beginning on September 21. You will request books and other materials online, and a librarian will retrieve it for you. You can also book individual study space online. Masks must be worn at all times in the library.
The loan period for all Acadia/Novanet checked out materials has been extended until September 30, 2020. Overdue notices will not be generated. Acadia will no longer charge fines for overdue items, except for high-demand items such as materials on course reserve.
During the current campus closure, you can arrange for contactless pickup at the library, or books can be sent out to all faculty, staff, and students by mail and a postage paid return label will be included. It is also possible for library staff to scan and email book chapters and journal articles in accordance with Canadian copyright legislation. These services are free and are subject to staff availability and access to the building. Contact email@example.com to place your request or visit the library policies for more information.
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