While restrictions are still in place for adult learning options in the Northwest Territories, Aurora College has received a number of approvals from the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer (OCPHO) to safely expand teaching and learning opportunities through our Campuses and Community Learning Centres (CLCs)
Although the majority of our current programs are being delivered by distance, several others are taking place in person across the territory as we gradually expand our face-to-face deliveries. We continue to adhere to all public health guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our students, staff and communities.
Fall 2021 and 2021-2022 Academic Year*
We are pleased to announce that most of our 2021-2022 programming will be delivered face to face at all of our locations. In addition, we will continue to enhance and expand the number and types of programs offered through distance learning. Our Campuses and CLCs will continue to follow COVID-19 protocols, which include physical distancing, enhanced cleaning, and the use of non-medical masks and hand sanitizer.
Where our physical space allows, we can hold in-person sessions and classes of up to 30 people. Physical distancing of two metres (six feet) is required, so smaller spaces will accommodate fewer students at one time.
Student residences will be open and available as usual. Common areas in shared accommodations will be subject to enhanced cleaning protocols.
NWT-wide Information: Self-Isolation, Travel, Testing, Vaccinations, Gatherings, etc.
Refer to the Government of the Northwest Territories’ COVID-19 information page for all questions and inquiries, or call 8-1-1 (within the NWT) or 1-833-378-8297 (outside the NWT).
*All program decisions are subject to changes in directions from the Office of the Chief Public Health Officer