Program and Course Changes at Aurora College in
Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
College is taking steps to help prevent the
spread of the COVID-19 virus by changing the way we teach and learn. We
recognize that everyone must work together to protect our communities.
you know by now, all programs were suspended for the week of March 23-27, and
all in-person classes are cancelled for the rest of your semester.
What happens next?
Wednesday, March 25 you should have received an email or phone call from your
instructor letting you know what is happening with your program or course.
is an outline of how things will change over the coming weeks and months at
Aurora College. It is important that you
contact your instructor to confirm the status of your program as soon as
As of March 30, 2020
Certificate, Diploma and Degree Programs
Most courses associated with the following full-time
certificate, diploma and degree programs will continue to be offered in a
distance learning format:
Bachelor of Science in
Personal Support Worker
Bachelor of Education
(except for practicums)
Certificate in Adult
Environment and Natural
Resources Technology Diploma
Early Learning and
Some ALBE courses
Not all courses, practicums
or workshops may be continuing in these programs so it is important you contact
your instructor to find out more information.
If you are enroled in a
full-time certificate, diploma or Degree Program that is not listed above,
please contact your instructor to confirm the status of your program or course.
Short-Term or Evening
following short-term or evening courses will also be continuing in a distance
learning format. Some of these were already set up for distance delivery and
can be continued without significant modification:
Basic Record Keeping
Excel: Formulas and
Functions, Formatting the Worksheet, Charts & Tables, Excel Extras
Math 30-1 (Evenings)
Online High School (Northern Lights College classes)
If you are enroled in a
short-term or evening course that is not listed, please contact your instructor
to confirm the status of your program or course.
Other Programs or Courses
most of the programming offered through community learning centres has been
postponed for now. These are typically short-term programs that require
face-to-face learning and are taught by contractors. Programs that require
hands-on learning or in-person learning have also been suspended or cancelled.
If your program or course
is not listed in any of the sections above, please contact your instructor
immediately to confirm the status of your program or course.
I contact my instructor?
You can email or call your instructor. If you don’t
have your instructor’s email or phone number you can find it HERE in the Aurora College Staff directory – type in their
first or last name and the location (if you know it), then click on SEARCH.