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COVID-19 Impacts and Information

Updates for Students

COVID-19 Information for Graduate Students

COVID-19 Resources for Students Resources for mental health support, financial support, online learning, and more. 

Winter 2021 Dates

The University of Alberta recognizes that this year has been full of challenges and uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the university will officially resume regular (and largely remote) operations on January 4, the start date for the Winter 2021 term has changed in order to continue to adapt and support the university community. Courses will resume on January 11, 2021. Dates for exams, add/drop, and end of term have also changed. See Winter 2021 Dates for more information. 

Course Delivery and Campus Access

The majority of courses normally delivered on-campus are being delivered remotely for Winter 2021 and the majority of university buildings, including the Education Complex, remain closed with restricted access. A small number of select buildings repain open on campus. See Campus Building Hours for more information.  


Congratulations to our Fall 2020 Convocating Students! 

Congratulations to our Class of 2020! Though Fall Convocation, like that in the Spring, was held virtually this year we still celebrate, encourage, and inspire one another. SLIS is proud of the accomplishments of our students, and extends congratulations and best wishes to all our Fall 2020 convocating students! 

  • Alexandra Almvig
  • Claudia Amendola 
  • Jonathan Beam 
  • Brent Butcher 
  • Rae Carter 
  • Caitlin Christie
  • Daniel Cockcroft 
  • John McEwan 
  • Aimee Tannahill
  • Emma Uhl  
  • Joan Urquhart 
  • Adam Walser 

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Land Acknowledgement / Reconnaissance des terres

The University of Alberta respectfully acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional gathering place for diverse Indigenous peoples including the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway/ Saulteaux/Anishinaabe, Inuit, and many others whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to influence our vibrant community.

L'Université de l'Alberta reconnaît respectueusement qu'elle est située sur les terres du Traité 6, lieu de rassemblement traditionnel pour de nombreux peuples autochtones dont les Cris, les PiedsNoirs, les Métis, les Sioux des Nakotas, les Iroquois, les Dénés, les Ojibwés/Saulteaux/ Anichinabés, les Inuits et bien d'autres encore, dont les histoires, les langues et les cultures continuent d'influencer notre communauté si vivante.

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