St. Lawrence College programs virtually unaffected by the provincial announcement – Kingston
St. Lawrence College in Kingston says the effects of Monday’s provincial announcement will have minimal effect on plans for the winter semester.
The college had previously announced that it would move many of its programs online to start the year.
College officials note, however, that on-campus workshops and labs will still be offered in person.
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Once in-person learning resumes, the college says its food services will operate at reduced hours and cafeteria spaces will be reduced.
SLC campuses are also closed to the public, with only students and staff allowed entry.
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“We ask all members of our community to continue to show patience and respect during this time, as our teams will strive to adapt while ensuring that the needs of students are taken care of,” said Glenn Vollebregt, CEO of the college.
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“We have been helping our students succeed despite ever-changing circumstances for almost two years now, and our vaccination policy means that everyone coming to campus has been fully vaccinated, adding an extra measure of protection. For January, we want to make sure that we are all doing our part to reduce the pressure on community health resources, ”he said.
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