News release date: 18. März 2021
CapU has announced a return to in-person classes in Fall 2021
A growing number of Canadian Universities have announced plans to return to in-person classes in Fall (September) 2021. Assuming there’s not a sudden shift in provincial COVID-19 health guidelines, Capilano University is preparing to welcome students back as well.
Since last year, CapU has delivered most of its courses and programs online, with certain courses offered in-person on a limited basis, in order to abide by physical distancing requirements due to the pandemic. Vice-president academic and provost at Capilano University, Laureen Styles, said the university is planning for maximum in-person classes and activities at their campuses and learning locations in September, while keeping health and safety in the foreground.
More details for the fall 2021 semester will be announced in May, according to Styles. In the meantime, students are encouraged to check the university’s COVID-19 response page for up-to-date information.
News release date: 1. März 2021
CapU guidelines to help keep students up to date in Covid-19 times
Traveling during the pandemic can be difficult and complicated. It is important that you fully understand and are up-to-date with all of the requirements for the trip. For students traveling to Capilano, here are guides to help you plan your trip: