In Fall 2021, we brought back as much of the traditional campus experience as possible, including classroom instruction, extracurricular activities, and varsity sports. However, the Omicron variant of COVID-19 has required changes to keep the Acadia community safe. Please continue to follow our mask policy and perform a daily symptom check. We also encourage all students get vaccinated.
On-campus activities requiring in person delivery that cannot be modified for virtual instruction. Delivery of these activities will be adjusted to comply with public health guidelines and physical distance requirements.
A flexible course structure that combines elements of both classroom-based and virtual learning. Students will have the option of attending course components in the classroom or virtually. There are two formats:
Scheduled Instruction (HS)
Virtual Instruction will have specific “live” class times as noted in the course timetable for lectures and other activities. Pace of course content delivery, in addition to required assignments and on-going assessment will be consistent across both virtual and classroom-based environments.
Unscheduled Instruction (HU)
Virtual Instruction will be unscheduled allowing students to participate primarily on their own schedule. Pace of course content delivery, in addition to required assignments and on-going assessment will be consistent across both virtual and classroom-based environments. These courses will provide flexible options for students who wish to study online and/or who will be residing outside the province in time zones that would make it difficult for them to align with courses scheduled in the Atlantic Time Zone.
Virtual courses will take place entirely online. There are two forms:
Scheduled instruction (VS)
These courses offer specific “live” class times as noted in the course timetable for lectures and other activities. Faculty and instructors also have the flexibility to integrate additional online activities directly with the class and/or individual students.
Unscheduled instruction (VU)
Virtual instruction providing students with the flexibility to complete a course based primarily on their own schedule. These courses will provide flexible options for students who wish to study online and/or who will be residing outside the province in time zones that would make it difficult for them to align with courses scheduled in the Atlantic Time Zone.
We're here to support you. Many of our services now include online options, and we've added new recreational activities.
Book a medical appointment with a doctor at the campus medical clinic.
Speak to a counselor or connect with peer support and local wellness resources.
Get the facts on campus regulations and how you can enjoy alcohol and cannabis safely.
Understand what consent means and how you can have a healthy relationship.
Discover local options for celebrating your religion or beliefs.
Connect with resources for food assistance and healthy eating.
Learn about residence options, room placement, and becoming a Resident Assistant.
Browse meal options, dietary information, and special events at Wheelock Dining Hall.
Make friends, make a difference, and follow your passions with over 80 clubs and societies.
Play the sports you love and find new friends in these recreational campus leagues.
Play hard and have fun in sports that range from recreational to competitive.
Enjoy alcohol socially and help keep others safe. All students are encouraged to join.
Learn about Acadia's Harassment & Discrimination Policy and how you can request help.
For those that have experienced such violence, or are standing by someone who has, find out how Acadia can help you in this area.
Learn about the judicial process for students who violate university policies.
We're here to support you. We're adapting our services to continue safely serving you throughout the year.