COVID-19 Safety on Campus

We are happy to have students, faculty and staff back on campus to teach, learn and research, supported by measures to keep everyone safe.

TRU and other BC post-secondary institutions (PSI) continue to be guided by our provincial health experts who, on Dec. 21, 2021, strongly recommended the continuation of on-campus instructions for BC PSIs. If the Provincial Health Office’s health and safety guidance changes, we will update on this site and on social media.

As a reminder, we each have shared responsibilities to keep our campus community safe. Thank you to everyone who got vaccinated. It played a key role in allowing us to move toward a normal campus life.

What's the latest?

Updates

April 13, 2022

TRU no longer requires students, faculty and staff to declare their vaccination status.

March 11, 2022

Starting Monday, March 14, face masks are no longer required on TRU campuses. » Learn more

Our shared responsibilities
  • Before coming to campus, please assess yourself and stay home if sick. See our Illness Management page if faced with COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Masks are now a personal choice.
  • Continue to wash and sanitize your hands.
  • We ensure educational spaces, public spaces and high-touch areas are cleaned daily and routinely.
  • Vaccinations are expected, of those who are able, to support a safe campus environment. » Learn more
  • We have improved on-campus ventilation to mitigate the spread of communicable diseases.
TRU’s Communicable Disease Prevention Plan

The safety of students, faculty and staff is our top priority.

TRU's Exposure Control Plan - Communicable Diseases has been developed to protect the health and safety of our university community.

What about detailed campus information?

Where can I get accurate information about COVID-19?

BC HealthHelp in other languages and translated content is found here

To talk to a registered nurse about non-emergency health concerns, call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1

To talk to a registered nurse about non-emergency health concerns, call HealthLinkBC at 8-1-1

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