Whether you live in residence or off-campus, you are expected to self-isolate for 14 days once you arrive in Nova Scotia unless you already live in the Atlantic travel bubble (NS/NB/NL/PEI). Every adult from outside Atlantic Canada needs to complete a self-declaration form before they travel to the province.
Once you arrive at Acadia, we expect you not to leave the designated travel zone (currently the Atlantic travel bubble), even on weekends, Thanksgiving, and study break. Staff and faculty are limited to essential travel only, requiring approval. Please be aware that Nova Scotia remains in a State of Emergency and that there are several federal advisories and orders in place.
To study on campus at Acadia in Fall 2020, you must have a valid study permit or letter of introduction issued on or before March 18th, and you must be able to travel to Nova Scotia by September 5th. Learn more about your options to study virtually or defer your studies.
Students on exchange programs must notify Michael Holmes at email@example.com when they arrive in Canada.