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COVID-19 Partner School Updates

*Last Updated on April 17, 2020*

With the rise of COVID-19 cases across the globe, many educational institutions are taking the necessary precautions to ensure the continued safety, wellness, and success of its students.

This may include delays in processing, closure of testing centres, moving classes online, and pushing back semester start dates. To ensure our Recruitment Partners are as informed as possible, and to help make sure your students are up to date on all breaking and relevant news during this time, we will be keeping a running list of all Partner School COVID-19 updates. 

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Canadian Schools

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  • Abbotsford School of Integrated Arts

    • K-12 in-class instruction has been suspended indefinitely. The provincial government announced on March 17th that all in-class instruction in BC schools would be suspended indefinitely. Abbotsford School of Integrated Arts will remain closed to students as staff work on a plan to deliver instruction remotely.
  • Acadia University

    • Acadia University campus and buildings are currently closed to the general public until further notice.
    • Faculty and staff have moved to virtual platforms to continue serving students and future students. Students are completing their semester online using alternatives to in-person instruction. Acadia is accepting applications for Summer Term and Fall 2020. Enrolment Advisors are available to support questions.
  • ACCESS Adult Education & Career Training Centre 

    • At this time, the center is closed until May 1st, 2020, until further notice. The centre is waiting for instructions on next steps for students from the government.
  • Acsenda School of Management

    • Acsenda will be moving to fully virtual services after April 3. While the campus will be open the following week, the school discourages people from coming to the campus unless it is absolutely necessary.

    • Students can begin their studies online in their home country or current place of residence, which will count towards their academic program. In order to qualify, students must have been accepted and have a Letter of Acceptance and must be in the process of applying for a Visa/Study Permit. A form must be submitted to the Registrar’s office by April 6, 2020. If a student has received an LOO, it means they have been accepted to Acsenda. There is still time for them to pay their deposit and get their LOA, but they should arrange to sign their LOO and pay their deposit immediately. If Ascenda receives a signed LOO and deposit before April 3, 2020, they will still be able to start the student’s online course for their April intake. The last day to register for classes is April 6. When the travel restrictions are lifted, if a student requires an updated letter for entry into Canada they can receive one by contacting the Registrar’s office at Registrar@acsenda.com.

    • The student activity fee ($41/term) will be waived for Term 2. The student copy and material fee ($11/course) will be waived for Term 2. Acsenda will provide an expanded payment plan program for returning students. The first payment deadline has been extended to April 15th. There will be no penalties for late registration. Ascenda are establishing a special bursary in which students can apply for some additional financial support, further details to follow. Ascenda has set up an online payment system through Flywire, which is now available for students. Acsenda is currently waiving the normal transaction fees.

  • Alexander Academy

    • Alexander Academy went online with classes as of Monday, March 30th, immediately following the end of Spring Break. Virtual online classes will use various technologies such as BlueJeans, Canvas, MyEdBC, and Managebac. As necessary, the school will continue to deliver all of their courses online. Students will be able to begin their studies at Alexander Academy from outside Canada until classrooms re-open.
    • In light of school closures, Alexander Academy will be accepting current students enrolled in local schools for the duration of this school year. Alexander Academy will continue to accept applications for the September 2020 intake.
  • Alexander College

    • All Winter 2020 classes at Alexander College have been moved to an online format for the remainder of the term.
    • All new international students arriving before April 22 and holding an initial study permit and/or entry visa issued before March 18, 2020, will be registered for courses via email. If students arrive after April 22nd (even with a study permit), they will not be registered for courses for Spring semester, but will be deferred to the Fall 2020 semester instead.
    • Students currently outside of Canada who have not received an initial study permit and/or entry visa approval before March 18, 2020 will have their admitted intake date deferred from Spring 2020 term (starting April 27, 2020) to Fall 2020 term (starting September 8, 2020). They should contact their Enrolment Advisor (contact information can be found in their student portal), to request a new Letter of Acceptance for Fall 2020 term.
  • Algoma University

    • As of Tuesday, March 17th, Algoma University has moved all three campuses to an “Essential Services Only” operational model to support broader public health efforts to slow the spread of the virus. Face-to-face classes, labs, and tutorials for students have been cancelled.
    • The Spring/Summer term will begin on June 1st and will be delivered in an online/remote learning format. If your program is being offered, you will have the option to begin with online/remote learning or defer to the September (Fall) term. If your program is not selected to be offered with online/remote learning, your offer of admission will be deferred to the September (Fall) term.
    • The deposit deadline has been extended for ALL students to April 30th with the final payment due on June 1st, 2020. All current/returning international students need to deposit only $1,000 by April 30th to reserve their spot in spring/summer classes.
    • If their program is being offered, students will have the option to begin with online/remote learning or defer to the September (Fall) term. If their program is not offered through online/remote learning, their offer of admission will be deferred to the September (Fall) term.
    • The university will temporarily be accepting the Duolingo English Test for the June 2020 and September 2020 intake.
    • In recognition that Gr. 12 exams across all curriculums will not be proceeding as normal, the university is planning to offer unconditional admission with particular documents. Country specific and curriculum specific directions will be provided at a later date. The university will issue conditional offers of admission to students who have not yet provided an English Language Proficiency test. The university will still require an official English Language Test result, to provide an unconditional offer of admission.
    • In order to enrol in online courses for June 1st, Algoma University will require students to have received a visa for travel and study to Canada. This is to ensure they that they maintain their eligibility for the PGWP.
    • In recognition of the COVID-19 situation, all Graduate Certificate students who start their programs in the Spring or Fall terms will receive a $3000 scholarship for their program. Students must begin their studies in June 2020 or September 2020 to qualify for the scholarship. Students who commit to two graduate certificates at the time they apply and accept their offer will be offered the scholarship for both certificates reducing the total price by $6000. All Bachelor Degree students who start their programs in the Spring or Fall terms will receive a one-time $2000 scholarship for their program. 
  • Assiniboine Community College

    • Students will complete their assignments via other modes of delivery so their program end dates will not be altered. All college campuses are closed as of March 27 until further notice. Should May intake dates be altered, Assiniboine Community College will be in contact with students directly. The school continues to accept applications for September intake.

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  • Bishops University

    • Please note that Bishop’s University does not penalize students through the admissions process who are unable to demonstrate interest or come to on or off-campus events and that students have until June 1st to accept their offer of admission to Bishop’s for Fall 2020. Applicants have the option to defer an offer for one semester or two semesters. Individual applicant situations will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
  • Blyth Academy

    • All Blyth Academy campuses will remain closed until May. The school will continue to follow the direction of the Ministry of Education and campuses will reopen when it is safe to do so. Blyth plans to continue term three virtually, along with virtual support services. Planning for term four is underway.
    • Blyth encourages students to register for for Blyth Academy Online (BAO) courses, their highly respected online high school; there are over 150 courses available, and students can enroll and begin courses at any time.
    • Blyth Academy is still accepting applications for our September 2020 intake. At this time they anticipate the 2020-2021 school year to begin as planned. If this changes, they will work with all international students and make decisions on a case by case basis. Applications can continue to be submitted via their website and will be processed within 1-2 business days, as per their usual guidelines.
  • Bow Valley College

    • International students registered for intake, who are currently residing in Canada and hold a valid study permit can enroll classes for the Spring term (completely online). The confirmation deadline has been extended to April 17th for students who are currently in the country. Further information will be sent to the students with instructions to provide proof of residency and study permit. International students registered for the intake, who are currently residing abroad will qualify for a deferral for Fall (September) 2020. Further information will be sent to the students with instructions. It was decided that only students currently living in Canada by March 31st and holding a valid study permit would be able to start the program in May 2020. Those students who did not meet that criteria are deferred to Fall 2020.
    • Applications are currently open for Fall and Winter. Scanned copies of certain required documents will be accepted for Fall 2020 and Winter 2021 admissions. The confirmation payment deadline has been extended to April 30th for these students.
  • British Columbia Institute of Technology

    • All Winter 2020 courses have gone online, and the school is now planning to start Spring/Summer courses online. All Spring/Summer courses beginning in April will be online for at least the month of April. For courses beginning in May, June, and July, students will be contacted by their program area no later than the second week of April with the decision on whether their class will be switched to online, or will remain in-class as scheduled.
    • As of March 18, all new incoming applications have been suspended until further notice. The suspension of the application will not currently allow applicants to view their online status. The British Columbia Institute of Technology is working on all applications already received.
  • Brock University

    • Brock University will continue its suspension of face-to-face classes and exams for both the upcoming Spring and Summer Terms. Enrolled students can study online from any location worldwide with stable internet connection. Brock encourages all Spring 2020 applicants to accept their offer and register for courses via their my.brocku.ca portal. A Study Permit will NOT be required to participate in online classes for students outside of Canada.
    • Students wishing to defer their entry to Fall 2020 should email futurestudent@brocku.ca directly from their assigned Brock email and indicate their full name, student number, and request for deferral.
    • The following programs have been removed from all applications (OUAC and internal): Nursing; Game Design; Game Programming; BBA Dual Degree; Kinesiology; Physical Education; Medical Sciences; Concurrent BA/BEd; Intermediate/Senior; Concurrent Int/Sr, BPhEd; Concurrent Jr/Int., BPhEd; BA Concurrent Jr/Int. Applications received to-date will fill these programs; as such, no new applications will be received.
  • Bronte College

    • Online teaching began March 23rd. The school recommends that international students do not leave Bronte College to return home, as the government may not let them return due to current immigration restrictions.
    • The Business Office will assist students who require help renewing study permits via email using the online Canada Immigration system (CIC.gc.ca). Parents and students have received an email if their study permit will expire soon. Students who have already received an acceptance letter from a college or a university should start to renew their study permit as soon as possible.
  • BSD41 – Alpha Secondary School

    • International students who are enrolled with a K-12 school in B.C. will be allowed to complete their coursework for this school year via online learning opportunities from overseas countries. Every student will receive a final mark, and all students on track to pass their grade will do so.
    • During the week of March 30, students will find details on the district website about access to their newly created Continuing Learning Website.
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  • Calgary Board of Education

    • All Alberta schools are closed indefinitely. At this time, they do not know when classes will resume. A detailed plan will be announced soon. The decision of international students to stay in Calgary or return should be made by the student’s parents based on the actual situation of the student, such as the comprehensive consideration of the student’s current housing conditions, physical conditions and psychological factors.
    • Each K-12 student will receive the final grade for this semester and students will progress to the next grade in the next school year. Provincial assessments (such as the provincial grade tests for G6 and G9) and the high school diploma examination are cancelled. Every student eligible for high school graduation this year will graduate.
    • Regarding the payment of tuition fees and medical insurance for the next school year, in order to apply for the extension of the next school year, please use Flywire online payment. Payments can be made from any country in any currency including Canada, and from any bank. Please do not pay by any other method (such as a money order).
  • Cambrian College

    • Cambrian College has completely closed its campus as of March 24. Despite the shutdown, online/remote delivery of classes WILL continue. However, this means that labs will not resume and students will hear from their faculty regarding alternate arrangements for lab activity. Students will not be penalized because of this decision, as the school will work to find alternate means of achieving necessary program outcomes. If a student’s placement has also been affected they will not be penalized.
    • The Spring/Summer semester will still proceed and will feature staggered start and end dates, based on the type of program. There will be a combination of online learning and on-campus lab work.
      • Program set 1: Starts May 4 and end August 14 These programs include:, Business Analytics (BAPG), Business, Administration (BUAD), Business (GEBU), Business Fundamentals (BFPG)
      • Program set 2: Starts May 25 and ends August 28 These programs include: Early Childhood Education (ECEP), English for Academic Purposes (EAPP)
      • Program set 3: Graduate Certificates: Semester 1 starts July 13 and ends October 23. Semester 2 starts November 2 These programs include: Human Resources Management (HMPD), International Business (IBGC), Mobile Applications (MAPD), Organizational Management (MOGC), Project Management (PMPD)
    • Programs deferred until September 2020 include: IT Business Analysis (BAGC), Personal Support Worker (PSPG) Priority for deferrals will be as follows: Priority #1 – students who have visas; Priority #2 – students who have paid the fee. Students not in a position to resume their studies in the Spring/Summer semester as per the visa restrictions and revised timelines may to the Fall 2020 Semester.
    • Potential applicants planning to apply to Cambrian’s September 2020 Program should apply as soon as possible. They recommend that you complete and submit the application in one sitting. If a student has applied to their September 2020 intake and not received an offer yet, please note that they continue to process applications.
  • Camosun College

    • Camosun College’s plan for the summer semester is to deliver as much of their schedule as possible, and will use online technologies to support course delivery.
    • Camosun is offering a discounted tuition flat rate of $6,000 CAD for the May semester. Students may take 3, 4, or 5 academic subjects in the schools of Business or Arts and Science for this rate.
  • Canada College

    • Canada College is closed until May 1st, 2020.
  • Canadore College

    • Spring 2020 (May) intake for North Bay campuses will be suspended. Students who have applied to that term will be deferred into the September or subsequent intake as requested. Students who registered to attend North Bay cannot change campuses to Toronto. Students interested in deferring should indicate so immediately. Students should also contact their residences to defer residence applications. If a student no longer wishes to proceed with the College due to the no campus change policy, students can apply for refund. Refunds will be significantly delayed during this time and could take longer than the usual 6-8 weeks.
    • The delivery method for the May intake will be via on-line learning. This will apply to all students, whether in-country or out-of-country. New students will be contacted shortly regarding the virtual orientation session, registration and schedules. Spring intake for the Canadore Toronto campuses will proceed as planned on May 11. Students, who are not able to begin their studies via on-line learning or who prefer to wait, may defer their start date to the September 2020 intake. If your fees are already paid they will automatically be transferred to the next intake. If students who have deferred to September 2020 wish to reverse their decision, we will accept those requests.
    • The payment deadline for students returning to study in Semester 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 in Spring 2020 will be adjusted to April 15, 2020 in order to assist with banking challenges during mandated isolation periods in certain regions. Only students who have an active May 2020 Offer of Admission for Toronto campuses should proceed with payment.
    • Some students who have obtained their study permit have indicated their desire to still come to Canada for the May intake. Canadore does not recommend that students attempt to travel to Canada at this time.
  • Canadian Independent College

    • The spring term began April 1, 2020 with online courses. Students are expected to keep their daily routines as if they were in school physically.
  • Cape Breton University

    • CBU campus facilities are now closed. Services for employees, students and the community have moved to remote delivery. This includes the CBU library, computer labs and Tim Horton’s. Library services are being offered digitally.
    • For courses scheduled to begin in May 2020, no new international students will be able to start classes. All students planning to travel to Canada to begin their studies in May 2020 will be deferred to a later start date, with a goal of September 2020. All students enrolled for spring and summer semesters will receive a detailed email from Enrolment Services outlining next steps. Students should confirm if they are still interested in attending CBU for a future intake (September 2020). By not confirming, CBU has the right to withdraw applications. Students confirming their attendance must include their name, student ID, and date of birth in their email, sent to fyac@cbu.ca by April 3. Current Notices of Acceptance (NOAs) for May 2020 are no longer valid. New Notices of Acceptance for September 2020 will be issued as soon as possible, once confirmation is received.
  • CDE College

    • CDE has introduced online learning and online orientation platforms for all current and future students at CDE College. These students will continue with their respective semesters.
    • As of now, CDE has been advised to close down the campus until May 1, 2020. The school’s anticipated start date is May 25, and they will be able to register new students for classes until June 15, 2020.
    • Students who have not been approved for a study permit before March 2020 will not be able to travel to Canada as of March 25, 2020. CDE College will be offering the following measures to these students:
      • 1. Defer to Next Available Intake – CDE will be able to offer classes within 2-3 weeks of when travel ban is lifted. More intakes will be offered apart from regular intakes to accommodate students as soon as possible. Currently, students can still choose to defer to September 2020 intake. CDE will advise partners of the next available intakes for students to choose, and their team will be issuing new LOAs so students can travel to Canada. There will be NO deadline to apply for deferment.
      • 2. Capacity/Seat Issues: The school can easily accommodate May 2020 and Sept 2020 intake students in one intake.
      • 3. Refunds: CDE will be able to refund students ONLY in the condition that the student visa is approved and the student is not able to travel due to COVID-19 for the next two regular intakes, i.e. if the student receives a visa for the May 2020 Intake, the student must wait until the January 2021 intake before applying for a refund. Students must follow current prevailing refund guidelines in other situations.
    • CDE is accepting applications for September 2020. They expect delays, but will be able to provide LOAs and fee receipts, and students can apply for GICs, CAQs, and study visas. This way students can secure their seats and can get their visas approved so they’re ready to travel when the travel ban is lifted by authorities. Students will be able to apply for extensions for fee payment deadlines, which will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
  • CDI College

    • Please delay flights for May intake students. The college has 5000+ seats for July and can accommodate all students, as they recently opened new campus in downtown, Montreal. Students who have already arrived in Canada can visit the CDI downtown campus Monday to Friday between 9am and 4pm to complete registrations. All March students will start their classes by the end of March through the online portal.
    • We will start classes each month – the next intakes are April, May, June, and July for students who already received approval for their visa application.
  • Cegep de la Gaspesie et des Iles

    • As of March 22, the closure of CEGEPs will be extended until May 1. Teachers will communicate with their students during the week of March 30 to inform them of the possible continuation of their training in a distance program and, if it is the case, of the form it will take. If necessary, lessons will resume gradually from April 6. For programs leading to the DEC, the current session must end no later than June 3 (June 5 for the Carleton-sur-Mer campus), including the period of final evaluations. Distance learning can be done through various methods, one of which is online training. Where possible, the solutions proposed to students will take into account each person’s situation, which was communicated through the recent survey. Once the indications from the teachers have been received, if a student believes that they are unable to follow the new learning and evaluation activities for one or more courses, they will have to contact his individual teaching assistant.
    • The processing of admission requests is continuing.
  • Centennial College

    • Facilities are currently closed (except for the Student Residence and the Safety and Security department) as of Tuesday, March 17 until further notice. Virtual student services, including success advising and student counselling and accessibility services, will also be available as of March 23.
    • Co-op placements are being determined on an individual basis.
    • Applications are still being processed. There is no application fee for the student, but it will cost $90 CAD to book the online admissions test. Successful candidates that enroll at Centennial will receive a $90 credit towards their tuition fees. Centennial College’s English Assessment Test is now available as an admissions test for the May 2020 and September 2020 intakes. Students from Iran, Italy, China, and English-speaking countries in Africa should apply to September programs due to travel restrictions and/or longer visa approval processes.
    • The English Language Learning Program (ELL) will continue to be offered in a Learning at a Distance model for all new and returning students. You can conveniently complete an ELL placement test by taking the Duolingo English Test from home.
    • If you are already in Canada, you can apply to transfer into a program being offered online in Summer 2020, and Centennial is accepting applications for the Summer 2020 online semester. There are 23 programs currently being developed for interactive online delivery. The new start date is May 25th, 2020, and the deadline for the first-semester tuition is May 4th, 2020.
    • To request a deferred offer letter for September 2020, please contact the International Office at international@centennialcollege.ca and include your student number and country of residence for more information. You can also contact your International admissions assistant directly. Students who prefer to wait to start their studies may defer their start date to the next available intake for their program (September 2020 or January 2021). International students who pay their first-semester tuition fees will automatically secure a seat in the next intake, but all accepted students are welcome to request a deferred offer letter for September 2020.Accepted students that are not in Canada and decide to defer their start date until September will be able to defer their fees to September if they withdraw before the deadline on June 8. For students that are in Canada, the normal refund/withdrawal policy, required documentation to ensure study permit compliance, and a non-refundable deposit will apply. 
    • Centennial College is preparing online program offerings for both the Summer and Fall 2020 semesters and will be announcing available programs in the near future. This will allow students who are unable to travel in the coming months to start their studies through Centennial College or Suzhou Centennial College while in their home country. After the online semester, if they obtain a visa, students can transfer to Centennial College campuses in Toronto once the borders reopen or continue studies online.
    • Students who can meet Centennial’s English proficiency requirements are invited to apply for a direct offer as usual. Regular test score requirements will apply. Since English testing services have been suspended in some regions, the school is offering Centennial College’s English Assessment Test, which is now available as an admissions test for the May 2020 and September 2020 intakes. Students unable to meet regular English proficiency requirements can apply for a conditional offer, and we will provide instructions on how to book your online English Assessment test.
  • Coast Mountain College

    • Coast Mountain College classes moved online as of March 23. The College will make a decision regarding the May intake in early April. If you have received a study permit approval letter, please continue to send it to international@coastmountaincollege.ca Please include your student number in the email. Please do not book your flight for May 2020 if you have not done so. If you have already booked your flight, please contact your airline service to make relevant adjustments on your booking.
    • Coast Mountain College has made the decision to defer the May 2020 intake for the Smithers Campus to September 2020 at the Terrace Campus.
  • College of the Rockies

    • The College of the Rockies is deferring all Spring 2020 international students to the Fall 2020 semester. Students are being contacted directly. Spring and Summer 2020 Continuing Education face-to-face programming will be suspended. All those who have registered in advance will be contacted and course fees refunded. Continuing Education online courses for Spring and Summer 2020 are still available. College of the Rockies is still open for applications to the Fall 2020 semester and beyond.
  • Columbia College

    • Columbia College has decided to transition into online classes effective Monday, March 16, 2020 for the remainder of the semester. The college will remain open and essential services will be available throughout.
    • If you have paid your tuition deposit for May 2020 semester, we will defer your intake into September 2020. If you do not wish to defer to September 2020 and wish to withdraw from Columbia College, we will refund 100% of tuition deposit less a $200 administrative fee. For students who have not paid the tuition deposit, please DO NOT make any tuition deposit as we will not be issuing a Letter of Acceptance for May 2020. Contact us if you would like to defer your intake to September 2020.
  • Columbia International College

    • Columbia International College will offer remote academic learning commencing March 23rd. In addition to remote teaching and learning using Google Classroom, today we have modified the remainder of this semester’s calendar in order to shorten the students’ stay at CIC and make available the option for students to return home earlier. The new calendar will finish final assessments on or before April 24, 2020. In order to achieve this, our classes will be extended to 105 minutes each Monday to Friday and there will be additional mandatory student learning components on weekends beginning March 28th.
    • Regarding the summer semester, CIC students will be permitted to stay in residences and pursue remote academic learning at this time.
  • Concordia University

    • Continuing Education courses will begin the week of April 6, 2020. The Spring 2020 session at CCE will be taking place online. Concordia University updates can be found here.
  • Conestoga College

    • The remainder of the semester will be adapted to remote learning.
    • In addition to offering programs to International students in Canada we will also be offering a number of Conestoga programs online to international students who wish to begin a program while they remain in their home country. 
    • The college has extended the Spring fees deadline to May 29, 2020. The student’s original invoice will not be changed and no late fees will be charged.
  • Confederation College

    • Face-to-face classes/labs will NOT resume this semester. We will be completing the semester online only. Most programs will finish as scheduled by April 17, 2020. Some programs will require a semester extension until April 24, 2020. Students of the extended programs will have received details of this from their Program Coordinators on March 30.
    • Confederation College has cancelled the May intake for all new program starts, with the exception of students entering programs through Distance Education.
  • Coquitlam College

    • The decision to suspend in-classroom learning was made on Tuesday, March 17. All in-person classes are now suspended indefinitely. However, teachers will be continuing learning for students remotely and students will finish their courses or grade. Students will be contacted by their teachers by Friday, April 3rd.
    • Overseas applications (students who have never studied in Canada and must apply for an initial Study Permit using the Coquitlam College Letter of Acceptance) are no longer being accepted to the Associate of Arts Degree and University Transfer Program for Summer 2020. Please apply for Fall 2020 Semester. If you have paid your tuition deposit for the Summer 2020 semester, Coquitlam will defer your intake into the Fall 2020 Semester without any deferral fees. If you do not wish to defer to the Fall 2020 Semester and wish to request for a refund, they will refund 100% of the tuition deposit less $250.00 administrative fees.
  • Coquitlam College High School

    • If Canada bans cross border travel pertaining to the student’s home country due to the COVID-19 pandemic after June 30th, 2020, students applying for the September 2020 intake may defer program fees to January 2021 if Elementary/ Middle School aged, or to February 2021 if Secondary School aged. No deferral fees will be charged. After June 30th, these students may also request a full refund minus application fees in this incidence.
  • Coquitlam School District

    • If Canada bans cross border travel pertaining to the student’s home country due to the COVID-19 pandemic after June 30th, 2020, students applying for the September 2020 intake may defer program fees to January 2021 if Elementary/ Middle School aged, or to February 2021 if Secondary School aged. No deferral fees will be charged. After June 30th, these students may also request a full refund minus application fees in this incidence.
  • Crandall University

    • Crandall University will offer international students currently residing in Canada the opportunity to begin their studies this May through online-courses. Students will be able to begin their programs online and still qualify to apply for their Post-Graduate Work Permit (PGWP) upon completion of their degree program. Currently, this qualifies for only those students who have a valid study permit and who will be living in Canada at the beginning of their degree program. We are working with the Federal Government to get clarification about those students who are unable to travel but have received their permit. We will update you when we receive any new information. Students who have already received their study permit and are residing in Canada will be asked to enroll online, we will send you more information about the registration process in the days to come.
    • Students choosing to defer until our September intake are welcome to do so at no additional cost.
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  • Delta School District

    • In case an official entry or travel ban is imposed by the Government of Canada and/or the Government of the country of student origin and that ban remains in place beyond 30 days after the official start date of the program prohibiting a student from arriving, a full refund of tuition (less the $200 application fee, $500 homestay placement fee and $200 custodian fee) will be granted.
    • In case an official entry or travel ban is imposed by the Government of Canada and/or the Government of the country of student origin and that ban remains in place beyond 30 days after the official start date of the program prohibiting a student from arriving, a full refund of tuition (less the $200 application fee, $500 homestay placement fee and $200 custodian fee) will be granted.
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  • Fanshawe College

    • In an effort to meet expectations and to ensure consistency in understanding, students who are outside of Canada will be cancelled and deferred to September. Students who had registered and paid fees for the May 2020 semester by the deadline are being moved to the same program in September 2020 as a priority. Updated offer letters will be available in VAS (our Virtual Application System) by Wednesday, April 8. If the student did not pay the fees, but has the ability to do that now, they are asked to contact their recruiter and we will work with you to accommodate them. Fanshawe updates can be found here.
    • The online May 2020 semester will begin with Orientation on May 4 and the first day of classes is May 5.
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  • Fleming College

    • The college has decided to limit the May 2020 intake to “online-only” delivery. Fleming College will not be admitting newly arriving students into their May 2020 intake, as these classes are being cancelled or deferred.
    • Students who have paid fees for a May 2020 seat, and wish to request a deferral to the Fall 2020 or Winter 2021 intake can do so with no additional application or other cost to the student. Please ensure this request is done through the OCAS portal only, and allow up to 10 days for processing. These deferral requests should be submitted by May 6th (those submitted after May 6th are subject to seat availability). For Recruitment Partners who have already submitted deferral requests, please ensure that your student(s) are advised that as part of a deferral, the college will hold the funds paid (and that no interest is paid on deferred funds).
    • Students who wish to withdraw their May 2020 application to Fleming will receive a full refund. Requests should be made through the OCAS portal. 
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  • George Brown

    • George Brown College announced on March 16 that all buildings are closed until further notice, with the exception of The George, their student residence. The college’s operations continue, and the winter semester is still scheduled to end on April 17.
    • GBC has delayed the start of the spring semester for full-time programs to May 19, 2020. We will also delay the web registration date for full-time programs (for spring semester) to April 6, 2020.
    • George Brown is continuing to process applications for the September 2020 intake.
    • Student offers for the EAP for May or June 2020 can be moved to the September 2020 start date or a later start date. Any fees paid can be transferred. With the cancellation of the new student intake for May 2020, the school is working provide students with a refund or deferral to a future program intake. If you were a new student for May 2020, please follow the instructions that were sent to you previously and submit your change requests to intlwithdrawal@georgebrown.ca. Please submit the International Withdrawal/Refund Form as soon as possible before April 24th to ensure the best chance of getting a space in a future intake. Students may cancel their offer to EAP for May or June 2020, and receive a full refund of any fees paid. There will be no withdrawal fee.
    • GBC has had to cancel the following programs:
      • English for Academic Purposes Program (EAP) for the May and June 2020 start dates. The program will not be starting in May or June 2020.
      • T165-Plumbing Techniques for May 2020.
      • B408-Human Resources Management for May 2020.
      • B411-International Business
  • H

  • Humber College

    • Humber will be delivering all Summer 2020 courses and programs in an online/remote format. The majority of programs originally scheduled to be offered will be available however, some programs and courses with significant lab components will not resume until Fall 2020 or Winter 2021. Summer course registration will start on Monday, April 27, and the Summer term will begin on Tuesday, May 19 and end on Friday, August 14.
    • Humber has adjusted the start date of the May 2020 English for Academic Purposes (EAP) intake. Humber will host on campus testing on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 and will commence classes on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, and conclude 6 weeks later on Friday, June 26, 2020.
    • Humber has implemented the online Duolingo English Test as a temporary measure to assist applicants in completing the English Language Proficiency requirement in the current environment. Please note the following:
      • 1. If you have already submitted and/or met Humber’s English Language requirement or already have an offer, you do not need to take the Duolingo test. Only applicants who do not meet Humber’s English Language Proficiency may take Duolingo. For example: you took IELTS general instead of IELTS academic; your test results will expire prior to the first day of class; or your score is lower than Humber’s minimum English Language Proficiency requirement.
      • 2. Once applicants have taken the Duolingo test and received results, they need to take a screen shot/screen capture of their Duolingo test results and upload it to MyHumber under proof of English Language Proficiency.
    • Students looking to defer summer semester studies to the fall or winter semesters can submit requests using the contact form. Deferral requests for the May start will be processed beginning April 15, 2020 on a first-come, first-served basis.
    • IGNITE has partnered with Humber College to provide an Emergency Financial Relief Fund (EFRF) for students who are suffering financial hardships directly related to COVID-19. All domestic and international Humber students who are registered in a program leading to a Diploma, Degree, or an Ontario College Certificate are eligible to apply.
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  • Justice Institute of British Columbia

    • After weighing all the risks and uncertainties, including the cancellation or delay of all face-to-face classes at this time, JIBC has made the decision to cancel the May 2020 intake for the Law Enforcement Studies Post-Baccalaureate Diploma. However, as some students are already accepted into the program, it is strongly encouraged they defer their applications to the September 2020 intake. JIBC has reserved a seat for them! However, if they choose to withdraw their application, a full refund will be granted, except for the application fee ($150). JIBC kindly asks you to inform them about your students’ decision before Friday, March 27st, 2020.
  • K

  • Kwantlen Polytechnic University

    • All available classes for the Summer 2020 semester will be offered online.
    • Newly admitted international students have the option of deferring their admission to KPU to the next available intake. There will not be any cost to students to defer. If you are already registered for any Summer 2020 courses, drop them now. You will be held responsible for the tuition costs of any courses you remain registered for after the add/drop deadline.
    • Confirmation deposit refunds are available for international students admitted to Summer 2020 who wish to withdraw from studies at KPU. Your admission to KPU will be rescinded, and you will be provided with a full refund of your confirmation deposit. If you are already registered for any Summer 2020 courses, drop them now. We will not drop courses for you. You will be held responsible for the tuition costs of any courses you remain registered for after the add/drop deadline.
    • As KPU International team is aware that many institutions in oversea are not operating at the moment, we have decided to temporarily allow students to submit an electronic copy of university transcripts.
  • L

  • Lakehead University

    • Lakehead University’s International Enrolment team is developing and launching a series of new tools and ways to engage with our university and to answer your questions.
    • Lakehead University Spring and Summer AEP courses will be provided in a remote delivery format. If you decide to proceed and take AEP online, you need to be sure that you have access to the Lakehead University network through a secure internet connection. You can test this by going to www.lakeheadu.ca.
  • Langara College

    • Student should not withdraw from any classes before first speaking with an International Student Coordinator or one of the Program Advisors.
    • Langara will not run a Summer 2020 intake for all programs at the Langara Centre for Entertainment Arts.
    • The Summer term will be starting online and no on-campus orientation sessions will take place. For new students who are not yet in Canada, this means it may be difficult for you to properly plan your arrival to start the Summer semester at Langara College. If you are not in Canada, you may defer your program start date to a future semester. We strongly recommend that you defer the start of your program to the Fall semester which begins in September. Full tuition deposits will be transferred and new letters of acceptance will be issued. If you decide to defer, please let us know as soon as possible.
    • If you choose to pursue your studies as planned, please be aware that you must observe a 14-day self-isolation period and you will not be allowed onto campus until the self-isolation is complete. We will not be able to provide homestay accommodations and some international student housing options will require you to make you own arrangements during the self-isolation period before you can move into their residence.
    • For new students already in Canada, we are in the process of finalizing course registration for the Summer term. If you choose to stay in Canada and start at Langara, new registration dates will be announced. Classes have moved online to complete the current semester and we expect many programs will continue that method of delivery when the next semester begins.
    • If you are already in Canada, we welcome you to begin your studies on April 29. Please note that the LEAP session beginning April 29 will be delivered entirely remotely (online) and no on-campus classes or orientation sessions will take place.
    • Some students have been contacted that they do not have the online option, and they will automatically be deferred.
  • LaSalle College

    • Accepting Duolingo and TOEFL IBT for English language requirements.
    • LaSalle College will refund your admission fees upon request, should you not be able to start your session as planned.
    • The summer session begins Monday, May 11.
  • Laurentian University

    • Laurentian is moving to alternate delivery for the rest of the term.
    • If you are not able to begin your Spring courses in a remote (online) format, you may defer your Offer of Admission to September 2020, at no cost. Please complete the Admission Deferral form and we will prepare a new Offer of Admission as soon as possible.
    • Students have the option of choosing a “pass/fail” grade for their courses taken during Fall-Winter 2019 and Winter 2020 terms instead of their assigned grade.
    • If you cannot provide us with a recognized proficiency test at this time, we will still assess your application for admission. You may be required to complete our English for Academic Preparation Program (EAP), or you may be asked to provide minimum required test scores prior to the first day of classes. We now accept Duolingo with a minimum of 110 as an English language proficiency test for direct admissions during COVID-19.
    • If you applied to our graduate program, we will be temporarily accepting unofficial transcripts and unofficial language scores for conditional admission.
    • Laurentian will be flexible with deadlines and document requirements – we will continue to work with applicants individually and make accommodations based on their circumstances.
  • Loyalist College

    • Loyalist College is delaying the start of the 2020 Spring semester until Tuesday, May 19, two weeks later than planned. The new 12-week Spring semester will end by Friday, August 7 as previously scheduled.
    • Spring semester begins via online and alternative delivery May 19. Classes will be delivered through online and alternative delivery methods for the first six weeks, and possibly beyond.
  • M

  • Matrix College

    • Matrix College will be closed until May 1, 2020. They are offering full time, synchronous, online classes to all existing students. Existing students have access to high quality online education and are able to pursue and complete their program on time as per their academic calendar. This will not impact the post-graduate work permit for international students.
    • Matrix College has decided to defer the May 2020 intake. To accommodate May 2020 intake students, they have decided to start an interim intake on July 2020. Students of the May 2020 intake have an option to defer their admission to either the July 2020 intake or September 2020 intake. They will process the deferred admissions as requested by partners or students. May intake will start May 27, 2020.
    • They will be accepting TOEFL and Duolingo tests until July 31, 2020 for admissions. Note: TOEFL and Duolingo tests are not eligible for the SDS visa process. They are also accepting unsigned applications for admissions.
    • Matrix College has started accepting applications for September 2020, November 2020, and January 2021.
  • McGill University

  • McMaster University

    • McMaster University said that it is suspending in-person classes as of the end of the day Friday.  And said there will be no in-person exams at the end of the term.
  • Medicine Hat College

    • The last day to pay tuition for any course not dropped prior to May 5 is May 7, 2020. 

  • Montreal College of Information Technology (MCIT)

    • MCIT is accepting students inside Canada for June intake and new applications for Fall 2020. 
  • N

  • New Brunswick Community College

    • NBCC will continue to deliver theory courses online for the remainder of Winter and Spring semesters. All work-integrated learning (practicums, co-ops, clinicals) is suspended until April 17, which is the end of this semester. NBCC is working on developing alternative plans; further details will be communicated by April 9th.
    • The College Admissions Office is currently closed until further notice.
  • Niagara College

    • Online format will only proceed for current students, not new/incoming students. Unless advised that your program is not continuing in May 2020, online classes will run from May 11 to August 7, with a break week from June 22 to June 27. The new tuition payment deadline is April 27 and students will be able to select their timetables on May 5. There have been no changes to impact the start of the September 2020 term. All conditions and payment deadlines as outlined in your letter of acceptance are still in effect for the September 2020 term.
    • Niagara is postponing the Spring 2020 intake until a future term in 2020 or 2021.
    • The English for Academic Preparation (EAP) program is now available online.
  • Northern College

    • The College has formally closed all four of our campuses to the public and suspended all on-site teaching and face-to-face education. Northern College students are now learning remotely. Northern College’s May 2020 intake is cancelled. If a student has already paid fees, admission will be deferred to the September/Fall 2020 semester.
    • All active Fall offers will be granted an extension to May 1, 2020 to make fee payments.
  • R

  • River East Transcona School Division

    • The Manitoba Provincial Government just announced that all K-12 classes will be suspended in the province over concerns regarding Covid-19. This means that all River East Transcona School Division schools are ordered to be closed for three weeks starting Monday, March 23, ending Friday, April 10, 2020.
  • Royal Roads University

    • The University will be suspending late fees on overdue invoices effective immediately until further notice. Due date extensions for tuition will be approved to the day prior to the course start date without penalty. Students who are concerned they will be unable to pay tuition by the course start date should contact Student Accounts at studentaccounts@royalroads.ca directly.
  • S

  • Sault College

    • Sault College has cancelled face-to-face teaching for the remainder of our 2020 winter semester.
    • No programs will run at our Toronto campus in May 2020. All students who have been accepted for May 2020 who currently in Canada will be contacted directly by email by our Sault College admissions team shortly. If you are not currently in Canada, please contact us and you will receive an automatic deferral to September.
    • All existing international students already in Canada and studying at Sault College will be able to continue their studies through this current semester as well as into the summer semester (May to August), and will receive a communication shortly to advise them on specific details.
    • If you have any outstanding fees for the May intake, please note we will be extending the fee payment deadline and you will receive an updated LOA.
    • All students who have been accepted for May 2020 who are currently not in Canada:
      • will have the Option to be deferred to the September 2020 start date at no additional cost
      • will be required to request the deferral via OCAS IAS by April 17th, 2020
      • will receive a revised LOA identifying their revised start date as well as additional documentation from Sault College for purposes of submission to IRCC by April 30th, 2020
    • If you are not currently in Canada, please contact us and you will receive an automatic deferral to September. If you have an active letter of admission for May 2020 and you are NOT currently in Canada, your LOA will be deferred to September 2020. You should receive your new LOA by April 10, 2020.
  • Seneca College

    • The summer semester, beginning Tuesday, May 19, will be online. Most programs that were scheduled to continue for the summer semester will continue in alternative delivery mode, but some programs with significant practical components will not be offered. Many of our popular programs which were previously closed for May 2020 intake have now opened up due to the deferral requests and to the fact that all May 2020 programs/courses will now be moved online.
    • Programs starting in July 2020 will now start on July 6, 2020.
    • Is students would prefer to study at Seneca in the fall instead of this summer, they can apply to defer admission to the fall semester. Please submit a Request to Defer Admission form to international.documents@senecacollege.ca by Monday, June 1, 2020.
    • Seneca is now accepting the Duolingo English Test. This will be temporary during the current health situation.
    • If you plan to study at Seneca from outside of Canada, please ensure that you have a study permit or an approval of a study permit prior to starting your online classes.
    • Interactive sessions will take place during Eastern Standard Time (EST). If students are in a different time zone, they will need to plan their day so that they can participate.
  • Sheridan College

    • Students must be able to submit their study permit for May intake on or before May 19, 2020 to studypermit@sheridancollege.ca to enroll in online classes for May 2020.
    • Courses will be delivered online.
    • The first day of classes will be May 19, and May 25 will be the last day to register.
    • Sheridan is processing September applications as normal. Updates can be found here.
  • Southern Alberta Institute of Technology

    • SAIT’s spring programs have been moved online. The courses you complete during the spring semester will count towards meeting your program requirements.
    • The April 1, 2020 Fall application deadline has been removed, we’re continuing to receive applications for Fall 2020. The SAIT selection exam writing process will be discontinued temporarily. Students currently in selection will be academically ranked according to the admission requirements. Offers will be extended based on ranking until the program is full. IELTs is now valid for 2 years with SAIT, from the date of the test to the date of the SAIT application is made. Waiting for the official signoff on Duolingo and minimum score. Admission tests for math and sciences will be done through ProctorU, more details will be communicated.
    • We have had to cancel the May 4, 2020 intake for the Civil Engineering Technology program. We are still accepting applications into the Civil Engineering Technology September offering. The Dental Assisting Spring 2020 intake has been cancelled. Students impacted due to program and course cancellations (Apprentices, Credit and Non-Credit programs) will be granted a full refund.
    • The May intake of the Network Technician program will now be offered online. If you would not like to proceed with this option, you can chose to postpone your admission to the next intake, which will be in November 2020. Any seat deposits already paid will be moved to your new start date.
    • We can transfer applications from May to September 2020 or January 2021 free of charge.
    • To defer program start to September, contact inquiry@sait.ca. However, this deferral could impact students’ English proficiency requirements for the main program admission if they have already been conditionally accepted to a career program starting in September or January. 
  • T

  • Trent University

    • Trent University has transitioned the current 2020 Winter term online or to other alternate modes of delivery, closing our campuses in Peterborough and Durham GTA to all but essential services.
    • Trent University has made the decision to cancel the spring and summer residence terms. 
    • Students are welcome to continue submitting applications to our programmes, including Trent-ESL regular and summer programmes, most undergraduate and Post-Graduate certificate programmes, and select graduate programmes.
    • Students may request for a deferral of their admission by contacting our international admissions team at internationaladmissions@trentu.ca.
  • Trinity Western University

    • 95% of summer courses currently scheduled will be offered online during their currently posted dates. If a course cannot be offered online we will cancel it.
  • U

  • Université du Québec à Chicoutimi

    • Université du Québec à Chicoutimi is suspending classes on March 13.
  • University Canada West

    • UCW made a decision to permit reduced deposits on LOA issued for 2020 intakes from SEA.This offer will be mentioned on SEA new unconditional offer letters (UOL) issued and to keep the offer the students would have to pay within 2 weeks since the issue date of the UOL. This offer is valid on all deposits received by April 30.
    • The Passport Exam will be allowed for students who cannot currently take their IELTS test, or do not need to take IELTS (non-SDS countries). If the student is applying visa under SDS stream, they will have to take IELTS.
    • Students will also have the option to defer to a future term, if they can’t travel due to travel restrictions can defer to any other intakes. UCW will be allowing students to get a refund without a visa refusal if students have a valid reason. This exception will stay in effect while the travel advisories are in place.
    • Students who have visa approved after March 18, will be able to join classes online and finish the term online if needed. Direct MBA students will need to defer for in person classes to ensure they meet the requirements for their PGWP. UCW students will be able to seamlessly transition to in-class learning as originally planned and as travel restrictions are lifted. Students who start this term online will be given the option to complete their classes online and transition to in-class learning at UCW for the subsequent term.
    • UCW will continue accepting applications for July.
    • UCW is offering a Student Support Grant which will provide $3,000 to students who commit to paying a full-year’s tuition fees in advance. It should be noted that only 80 grants are available from now until the end of April.
  • University of Waterloo

  • University of Windsor

    • We are offering students the ability to defer their offer to the Fall 2020 term. For the Master of Engineering programs intersession cohort, students may request a deferral to the Fall 2020 term. At the current time we are continuing to plan for the Fall 2020 semester to begin on time and without change.
  • Y

  • Yorkville University

    • The Spring Term of study for on-campus programs at Yorkville University was postponed until April 20, at which time on-campus courses will be temporarily replaced by the delivery of instruction via online means.
  • A

  • Arizona State University

    • Arizona State University classes have been moved online.
    • ASU has temporarily approved the use of the Duolingo English test in place of the in-person TOEFL, IELTS, and PTE English proficiency exams for all international students. Duolingo English tests taken between February 3 and July 31, 2020 will be accepted. The exam normally costs $49, but Kaplan will provide students with a coupon code so they will not have to pay. The exam may be taken at home from any computer that has a camera, audio, and reliable internet. It is comprised of a series of speaking, reading, writing, and listening exercises, and takes about 45 minutes to complete. Students will need either their passport, driver’s license, or government ID ready to show on camera. A verification email will be sent within 48 hours of completing the exam containing a link to send this score to ASU.
  • B

  • Baylor University

    • Classes will be held online for the remainder of the Spring semester
    • Everyone (including students) living in the Waco area is ordered to shelter at their residence (Baylor residence halls included). Baylor essential services include health, mail, financial, janitorial, maintenance, to-go food services, public safety, residence halls, technology support, scientific research & BU Shuttle.
  • C

  • California State University

    • California State East Bay campuses will adhere to a “Shelter in Place” order from Tuesday, March 17, 2020 through April 7, at which point it will be either extended, rescinded, superseded or amended. A limited number of employees will be available on campus to ensure continuity of essential services.
    • There is not currently anyone on campus processing international application materials received by physical mail. The school will provide further information in the coming days on how they will proceed in processing application documents. I-20 processing will continue. Once applications have been submitted, it will take approximately 4-6 weeks to get a decision.
  • California State University Monterey Bay

    • All lecture and discussion courses to operate on alternate instructional delivery (including virtual classroom meetings) from March 20-April 24.
  • Cleveland State University

    • Cleveland State is waiving all application fees for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 moving forward. Standardized testing score requirements, such as the ACT and SAT, will be waived as well if they cannot be provided. The application deadline for the Summer term has been moved to May 15.
  • Colorado State University

  • D

  • DePaul University

    • Winter Quarter final exams to be conducted online
    • Spring Quarter classes to be delivered online
    • Campuses to remain open
    • All university-sponsored events postponed or cancelled
    • Website link: go.depaul.edu/covid
  • E

  • Elgin Community College

    • All courses, including the intensive English program, are being delivered in alternative formats (online). Academic, financial, and student support is being provided remotely.
    • International students who applied for summer 2020 are automatically being deferred to fall 2020. Students will be issued a new I-20.
  • J

  • James Madison University

  • L

  • Lipscomb University

  • Long Island University (Brooklyn and Post)

    • Classes to be held online from March 16 to March 27
    • Website link: https://liu.edu/coronavirus
  • Lynn University

    • Classes continue as scheduled
    • Some programming and activities cancelled
    • Website link: http://alert.lynn.edu/
  • N

  • Northern Arizona University

    • Effective Monday, March 23, NAU will move to online instruction. Given the rapidly changing environment around COVID-19, we now anticipate remaining in an online education delivery mode the rest of the semester. The NAU mountain campus will remain open and operational, and NAU employees will continue to perform their job duties. This includes university housing, computer labs, food service, Campus Health Services, research labs and all other units across the university.
  • O

  • Oglethorpe University

  • P

  • Pace University (Kaplan)

    • Pace classes will be conducted through remote learning from Wednesday, March 11 through to Sunday, March 29.
      International students: While we discourage international travel right now, if you are planning to return home during the break, please be advised that you may encounter difficulty returning to New York. You may be subject to quarantine if the country you visit has widespread transmission. 
  • S

  • San Francisco State University

    • Has cancelled all in-person classes and moved to an online format for the next several weeks and will re-assess after March 31st.
  • Shoreline Community College

    • Beginning Tuesday, March 10 – the majority of classes will move online for the remainder of the quarter, through to March 25.
  • Southern New Hampshire University

    • All in-person classes suspended and moving online after Spring Break concludes on March 29.
  • St. Clair College

    • Starting early the week of April 6, any applicant who has paid, but does not have a visa for Spring will automatically be deferred to the Fall semester, and provided a new LOA and receipt. Please communicate any Spring students with a visa who would prefer to also defer to Fall due to COVID-19.
    • We have officially delayed the start of the Spring semester from May 4, 2020 to Tuesday, May 19, 2020. The semester end date will be Friday, August 7, 2020. Full tuition is due May 4.
  • Student and Exchange Visitor Program  (SVEP)

    • SEVP certified schools may need to adapt their procedures and policies to address the significant public health concerns associated with the COVID-19 crisis.
    • SEVP is focused on ensuring that nonimmigrant students are able to continue to make normal progress in a full course of study as required by federal regulations.
    • SEVP intends to be flexible with temporary adaptations.
    • SEVP encourages students to consult with their employers to seek alternative ways to maintain employment, such as teleworking or other arrangements.
    • SEVP understands that the COVID-19 crisis is fluid and rapidly changing and is not requiring prior notice of procedural adaptations, leaving room for schools to comply with state or local health emergency declarations. However, SEVP must be notified of procedural adaptions within 10 business days of the change.
  • T

  • Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi

  • U

  • University Bridge – College of Marin

    • The school will allow deposits to be deferred to a later date should students delay their start term.

  • University of California Irvine

    • Division of Continuing Studies, students are encouraged to stay in the United States and not leave students who wish to return home during the spring quarter and maintain an F-1 visa. More information can be found here:  https://uci.edu/coronavirus/
  • University of Colorado Denver

    • Moving towards full implementation of remote teaching and learning by March 30 and to continue through the rest of the spring semester.
  • University of Hartford

  • University of Vermont

  • W

  • Western Michigan University – Kalamazoo

    • Tuition for the Summer semester is reduced from the regular main campus non-resident fee, typically applicable to international students, to the online education tuition. Additionally, students will be exempted from many on-campus fees. 

  • Western Washington University

    • Winter Quarter classes moved to online learning on March 11
    • Final exams will be held online starting March 16
    • Spring Quarter to begin as scheduled on March 31
    • Campus and all facilities remain open
    • Website link: https://www.wwu.edu/coronavirus