Here’s a list of Canadian universities that confirmed the classes are going wholly or partially through online in September 2020. There will be more updates from other universities very soon. No matter it’s online or in-person, there will be a proper way to start your study in the coming fall as well as keep healthy.
Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of Alberta
Simon Fraser University
Most classes will continue to be delivered through remote methods.
University of Ottawa
This week University of Ottawa announced that all fall courses, with some exceptions, will include a distance-learning option to enable students to continue their studies during the pandemic.
University of Victoria
“We are committed to offering students options for staying on track, graduating on time, and meeting their learning goals. With these factors in mind, we will be offering programing predominantly online for the fall term.”
Vancouver Island University
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and guidelines issued by out government around physical distancing and hygiene practices, VIU will be using a hybrid model of education delivery this fall.
“Teams across campus have been planning for the fall. We anticipate a “mixed model” in which some of our courses (or parts of them) will be delivered virtually, and others face-to-face.”
University of Waterloo
“We’re planning for a combined approach for fall term learning.” “All large classes will happen online this fall.”
Royal Roads University
All on-campus classes at Royal Roads University , including residences , have moved online until Dec. 31 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
University of Windsor
“A decision has therefore been made to deliver UWindsor courses, including their final exams, primarily online in Fall 2020.
Wilfrid Laurier University
“We will continue to offer most of your courses online and virtually this fall. “
“While the majority of courses offering will be online, we continue to explore and plan for a potential mix of online and in-person classes.”
“Classes for the 2020-2021 academic year will begin in September even if courses need to be delivered wholly or partially through online/remote instruction.”