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Student Life

COVID-19 Response

Stanstead College began the 2022-23 school year with in-person classes and full extracurricular and athletic programming. At this time, masks may be worn at the discretion of individuals but are not required unless requested by the Health Centre or if a student displays symptoms or following a positive test result. Social distancing is not mandatory inside and out of the classrooms, residences, etc.

We are pleased to welcome visitors and parents to our campus. However, if you are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, we ask you to delay your visit. 

Our goal, as always, is to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and school community, and we will continue to exercise vigilance and follow government guidelines as they evolve. 

Please note that these guidelines are subject to change.

- Updated December 15, 2022

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  • Testing and Quarantine

    Updated December 6, 2022

    In the event that a student displays symptoms for COVID-19, they must report to the Health Centre for assessment.

    If the student tests positive, they will return home if able to do so. If unable to return home (e.g. international student), they will isolate on Colby 3rd floor. Return to campus/residence will take place after 2 to 5 days or when symptoms have sufficiently subsided.

    Students in isolation will follow classes online. Note all other students are expected to attend classes in person. Read more about in-class expectations here

    Note that following return to campus/residence, students who tested positive must wear a mask for 10 days starting from the onset of symptoms. 

    Students who have symptoms but test negative may resume regular activities. Symptomatic individuals will be asked to wear a mask until their symptoms subside.

    Note that faculty/staff are responsible for self-testing.