St Catharines university says ‘Get shots, show proof or get off campus’

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Published November 5, 2021 at 1:23 pm

Brock University in St. Catharines is laying it on the line: Show us proof of vaccination or the only way you’ll see the inside of the class is if you’re peeking in through a window.

Under their vaccination policy, all students, staff, faculty, librarians and visitors must be fully vaccinated to participate in any on-campus activity at any Brock facility.

Any students enrolled for on-campus course for the Winter Term are required to submit proof of full vaccination via the school vaccination status by December 19. If not, your registration for courses will be cancelled.

New students for the Winter Term are required to their proof of full vaccination by January 10, 2022 with the same conditions as above.

Overseas students coming to the school for the Winter Term from countries where access to vaccination is limited or who require a supplemental dose of a vaccine approved by Health Canada will be accommodated on a case-by-case basis.

If for whatever reason, a student is resistant to vaccination, they will still have the option of off-campus, online courses in the Winter Term.

New students beginning their studies at the school may apply for an exemption from the vaccine requirement on medical or human rights grounds. But be warned: exemptions are only approved in very limited circumstances.

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