COVID-19 Safety on Campus

We look forward to welcoming students, faculty and staff back in January for on-campus teaching, learning and research, supported by measures to keep everyone safe.

TRU and other BC post-secondary institutions (PSI) continue to be guided by our provincial health experts who, on Dec. 21, 2021, strongly recommended the continuation of on-campus instructions for BC PSIs. If the Provincial Health Office’s health and safety guidance changes, we will update on this site and on social media.

As a reminder, we each have shared responsibilities to keep our campus community safe. Vaccines are the most effective way to reduce the risk of COVID-19 on campus. As such, we expect everyone, as able, will get vaccinated. It’s how we will get back to a normal campus life.

What's the latest?

Updates

Jan. 5, 2022

TRU remains committed to in-person learning and we look forward to supporting a safe and successful semester » Learn more

Dec. 31, 2021

We continue to follow the guidance of the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) who supports a return to in-person learning on January 10. » Learn more

Our shared responsibilities
  • Before coming to campus, please assess yourself and stay home if sick. See our Illness Management page if faced with COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Wear masks indoors.
  • Continue to wash and sanitize your hands.
  • All faculty and staff and some students need to take training. » Learn more
  • We ensure educational spaces, public spaces and high-touch areas are cleaned daily and routinely.
  • Vaccinations are expected, of those who are able, to support a safe campus environment. » Learn more
  • We have improved on-campus ventilation to mitigate the spread of communicable diseases.
What if there is a confirmed case?

Interior Health is responsible for contact tracing

If you are a close contact of a confirmed case of a highly transmissible communicable disease, Interior Health is responsible for informing other parties as required to assist with contact tracing. As a precaution, everyone coming to campus is encouraged to monitor when they are on campus.

TRU’s Communicable Disease Prevention Plan

The safety of students, faculty and staff is our top priority.

TRU's Exposure Control Plan - Communicable Diseases has been developed to protect the health and safety of our university community.

What about detailed campus information?

Where can I get accurate information about COVID-19?

BC HealthHelp in other languages and translated content is found here

To talk to a registered nurse about non-emergency health concerns, call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1

To talk to a registered nurse about non-emergency health concerns, call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1

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