1. Accessing Campus Information for Employees
  2. Accessing Campus Information for Students
  3. Accessing the Tunnels

Before coming to campus, everyone must:

To help facilitate the return to campus, we have updated the one-page guide (PDF, 343KB) that summarizes all the key information.

When on campus, please follow all posted signage, maintain physical distancing, wear a mask and wash or sanitize your hands often. cuScreen Ambassadors in red t-shirts will be on campus to help encourage everyone to follow public health guidelines and regulations.

In order to further support the return to campus, we have prepared a video to guide you through the on-campus experience.

Accessing Campus Information for Employees

Faculty and staff will no longer need to request extended building access approval through their manager, supervisor, dean or relevant approver when coming on to campus but are required to follow their respective unit’s return to campus plans.

All employees must fill in the COVID-19 Screening Self-Assessment in cuScreen each day before coming to campus.

As of August 23, 2021, only units in Phases 1-3 should be coming on to campus. Information on when Phase 4 units can begin coming to campus will be provided at a later date. Subject to unit and department requirements, working remotely continues to be encouraged.

All currently-approved research resumption plans will be extended; however, any new research resumption plans must go through the regular approval process.

If you have been on campus and are experiencing symptoms potentially linked to COVID-19, you must self-report.

Accessing Campus Information for Students

Students should be aware of the service hours of the department(s) and unit(s) they would like to visit before coming to campus.

All employees must fill in the COVID-19 Screening Self-Assessment in cuScreen each day before coming to campus.

It is recommended that students living off-campus not come to campus unless it is essential.

If you have been on campus and are experiencing symptoms potentially linked to COVID-19, you must self-report.

Accessing the Tunnels

Access to the tunnels has been restricted to authorized individuals only and those with approval to use the tunnels for accessibility purposes.

Please avoid using the tunnels at all times.

For employees, access requests should be directed by email to your manager, supervisor, Dean or relevant approver. They will submit your tunnel access approval to covidinfo@carleton.ca.

For students, access requests can be submitted directly to covidinfo@carleton.ca.