COVID-19 - University and College
Hey Western University and Fanshawe College students! We just want to say good luck this semester. Have a safe and happy fall - we hope it’s filled with fun and exciting new experiences!
To keep safe during this 4th wave of COVID in Ontario (yeah, we know it’s not ideal), let’s get back to the basics and keep it simple.
- Get vaccinated
- Hang outside with friends as much as possible
- Keep your close circle small
- Screen yourself for symptoms every day
Take care of yourself
Mental health and well-being
The return to school can be stressful, and the pandemic makes it even more stressful. If you're struggling, reach out to the health and wellness services at your university or college, or connect with the Canadian Mental Health Association.
Where to get vaccinated
Where to get tested for COVID-19
COVID-19 Vaccination Policies
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many post-secondary educational institutions are implementing COVID-19 vaccination policies as well as on-campus COVID-19 vaccinations. Learn more about what is happening at universities / colleges in London and Middlesex County.
How does COVID-19 spread?
Check out this visualization of a Western University student outbreak that happened last year (September 2020). Every day interactions like sharing car rides, playing basketball, watching sports/TV and meeting up with friends can spread this virus. It’s not just parties.
Date of creation: September 17, 2020
Last modified on: September 21, 2021