|The TWU Health & Safety Taskforce will be updating the information below throughout the summer as federal, provincial, and Post-Secondary Guidelines are reviewed and we are provided more details ahead of the 2021 Fall Semester.|
TWU is committed to providing quarantine accommodations for Fall 2021 international students who will be campus residents. Students should plan on arriving prior to the normal move-in date and expect a fee for both Housing and a Quarantine meal plan. Details have yet to be announced by the Canadian government, but once they have been determined we will provide detailed information on our web pages (likely early July).
Current regulations require all individuals entering Canada are required to self-isolate for 14 days per Federal Travel Requirements.
Below are details, including links to several resources for students, and instructions on how to navigate this process.
Students choosing to complete their quarantine off-campus must still register their quarantine plan with TWU, by mandate of the B.C. Ministry of Education. If this applies to you, please complete the following form to receive an official enrolment confirmation letter and register your quarantine plan with TWU.
Be prepared (physically and mentally) for self-isolation
- Read the Returning to Canada Fact Sheet to familiarize yourself with the expectations of the Public Health Authorities.
- We will be here to support you during your isolation period! If you need anything, don’t hesitate to reach out to @twustudentlife.
- Here are some ideas for a successful quarantine that includes more than finishing every show on Netflix:
- Start a new book or reread a favourite series.
- Create an exercise routine you can do in your room—check out @TWURecreation for ideas.
- Jump on the Animal Crossing bandwagon.
- Start journaling—connect with @twudiscipleship for direction or ideas.
- Learn how to knit—you might have the coolest sweater this winter!
- Bring a couple of puzzles.
- Create a routine of connecting with family or friends via video calls.
What to bring
- Non-medical mask or face covering (i.e., made with at least two layers of tightly woven fabric, constructed to completely cover the nose and mouth without gaping, and secured to the head by ties or ear loops)
- Hand soap
- Alcohol-based hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol
- Dish soap (if in an apartment)
- Regular laundry soap
- Regular household cleaning products
- Appropriate cleaning products for high-touch electronics