Considering government instructions and the current vaccination campaign, UQAT offers almost all the training and research activities planned for the 2021 fall session to be in person in its campuses and centres. These orientations were adopted by the studies committee as well as the board of directors following various consultations with various players in the university community.
The health and safety of members of the university community are always the priority that guides all decisions. Thus, this mainly face-to-face offer involves adjustments and is carried out in compliance with the various health measures aimed at preserving the health and safety of all.
Centres and campuses can be accessed. However, an individual cannot have access to UQAT’s premises in cases where any of the following apply:
Any individual to whom one of these situations applies must declare their state of health by filling out the Health Declaration form (see links below). These individuals must remain at home, and wait for Human Resources to contact them and inform them of the measures they must take before returning to UQAT.
For the students registered in face-to-face programs:
*Extracurricular activities are permitted for the next session. The details will be given during each activity.
We wish you a return to our campuses and centres in the fall in a climate of humanity, creativity and audaciousness!
You’ll find information about the services available to support your academic pursuits in the 2021-2022 Student Kit, whether you need technical, psychosocial, or financial support. As well, you’ll find information in the kit on how to contact services such as the library, the Service de consultation linguistique [Linguistic Help Service], the First Peoples Service, the Bureau d’aide à la réussite [Academic Support Office], which includes special needs and support for students with disabilities, and the Association générale étudiante [UQAT General Student Association].
Access to UQAT centres, campuses and service points is possible for all staff members as well as for students by following the sanitary measures in force.
For staff members:
Before entering your workplace, you must contact your immediate supervisor and you must follow the procedure available in the 2021-2022 Employee Kit.
Before entering a UQAT facility, you must follow the procedure available in the 2021-2022 Student Kit. If you want to get together as a team, make sure to reserve a workspace.
For more information or for any special request, it is possible for students to communicate directly with the various environments.
Thanks to its Health and Safety Team, UQAT has implemented various health and safety measures in its various campuses and centres since the beginning of the pandemic. If you have any questions, you can contact them by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, to find out about all the existing protocols, the university community can consult the Safe Work Protocols in the 2021-2022 Student Kit and the ">2021-2022 Employee Kit.
The student or employee of UQAT who experiences symptoms associated with Covid-19 (fever (over 38°C), cough, difficulty breathing, loss of smell or extreme fatigue) or has been in close contact with a person diagnosed positive for Covid-19, must call this number: 1 877 644-4545. If, following a detection test, a positive diagnosis of Covid-19 is declared or if Public Health asks you to isolate, we ask you to inform us by writing to us at: email@example.com.
In the email, please explain your situation and leave a telephone number for a staff member to contact you.
For any questions, you can write an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. A follow-up will be done as soon as possible.
For any questions regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Quebec government recommends consulting its website or using the following telephone number: 1 877 644 4545.
When the Quebec budget was tabled on March 25, 2021, a lump sum of $100 per term for full-time university students was announced by the Quebec Government. The measure aims to recognize the inconveniences suffered by students in the context of the COVID-19 health emergency, during the fall 2020 and winter 2021 terms. The lump sum may therefore, if applicable, reach a maximum of $200.
For more details on the process and eligibility criteria for the lump sum for students, consult the website of the ministry.
Students are invited to complete the lump sum request web form, which will be accessible via the UQAT student portal as of July 2, 2021. Eligible students are encouraged to check their portal regularly to find out the terms of payment of the lump sum.
Payments will be made retroactively by the ministry starting September 15, 2021.