Campus Life: Embrace a Fresh Start, Safely

We’re excited to welcome you to a new academic year — whether you will be in person or connecting remotely — with a balance of optimism and caution, together we can do this.

Need to Know for Fall 2021

While the balance in course delivery between in-person and online will vary from faculty to faculty, and campus activities may vary this fall, overall approximately 80% of U of A courses are planned to be offered in-person and 20% planned to be offered online. Whether you are a student or instructor, what do you need to know to succeed online? Below you will find links to information on everything from student services to teaching resources to ways to get involved on campus.


Academic Support and Resources

Find resources and supports available for U of A students including advising, academic concerns, experiential learning, and more.

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Explore library resources like online research help, computer access, touchdown spaces, and more.

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Remote teaching and learning

Find resources for teaching and learning online:

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Support for Your Wellbeing

Ours is a community of support. If you would like help or if you see that someone may benefit from extra support, it’s okay to reach out. Supports for Employees | Supports for Students

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Student Groups: Get Involved

With over 450 student groups, you’re bound to find a group to get involved with during your time at the U of A. Maybe, you’ll even start your own!


Stay Well, Stay Active

Whether you’re looking for a fitness class, a team experience, expert advice, or need a space to get moving, Campus & Community Recreation is here for you.

Student Life: You Live It, We Share It.


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