This year, we're bringing back as much of the traditional campus experience as possible. We have resumed classroom instruction, student services are widely available in person, varsity sports are back, and many community and extracurricular activities have returned.

However, COVID-19 still poses risks to our community, and we continue to enforce our required safety protocols. Please continue to follow our mask policy and perform a daily symptom check. We also encourage all students get vaccinated and regularly participate in our campus rapid testing clinics.

Information below is current as of September 23, 2021. Changes and adjustments may be implemented based on Nova Scotia health directives.

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Thanks to our community and our Province's creativity, versatility, and commitment, Acadia has successfully weathered the pandemic to date. Our response and learnings over the past year have put us in a strong position for continued success and a return to the more traditional on-campus experience in the fall of 2021, for which Acadia is famous.


Travelling to Acadia

Updated September 23

Travellers entering Canada and Nova Scotia are subject to rules and regulations put forth by the Federal Government of Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada, the Government of Nova Scotia, and Nova Scotia Public Health. The rules and regulations may vary from traveller to traveller and are largely based on your citizenship status and origin of travel.

To learn more, select the category that describes your travel situation:

While Acadia University makes every effort to keep this page up-to-date, we strongly encourage all travelers to continue to monitor government travel policies as regulations may change frequently:

If you have specific questions related to travelling to Canada and Nova Scotia, please contact traveltoacadia@acadiau.ca