Redeemer University intends a full return to relational, face-to-face learning this Fall. Access to in-person instruction and student support services is a top priority. The return will include a vibrant residence life, chapel, clubs, launch weekend, sports, events, internships and many more activities.
Redeemer’s synchronous dual-delivery model provides an excellent Christian university education that maximizes in-person learning while providing the most enriching virtual experience possible. The remote option remains available for the fall 2021 term and provides maximum flexibility should the university need to pivot in response to changing public health regulations.
Following Ontario’s announcement, Redeemer implemented an interim vaccine policy. This policy is designed to show love and care for the whole Redeemer community. The policy seeks to mitigate the transmission of COVID-19 on campus by requiring that all faculty, staff, students, and visitors coming to campus provide proof of full vaccination or complete a COVID-19 education module along with receiving regular rapid antigen tests.
September 18, 2021
Confirmed COVID-19 Cases at Redeemer
September 2, 2021
Updates to Vaccination Policy and Instructions for Students and Employees
August 27, 2021
Step 3 Adjustments and Vaccine Policy
August 18, 2021
Ontario Pauses Reopening; Requires Vaccine Policies
June 16, 2021
Looking Forward to Fall 2021
More information about COVID-19:
- Hamilton Public Health
- Ontario Ministry of Health
- Government of Canada
- World Health Organization
- COVID-19 (coronavirus) in Ontario