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Last update: 

June 17, 2020, 4:15 p.m.

For any questions:
covid19@ulaval.ca


Fall session: Government announcement keeps us on track

The government's announcement on Tuesday, June 16, regarding the physical distancing that must be respected during the start of the fall school year allows our university to keep up the pace and focus on our training offer. 

The Public Health Department indicates that a distance of 1.5 metres between people during classes is allowed while respecting a maximum number per classroom. This adjustment to the instructions from the Ministry of Education and Higher Education confirms the accuracy of our planning and the alignment of the fall course schedules we are working on. We were already working on a scenario that would allow us to accommodate a maximum of 50 people per classroom. Our plan for the fall semester includes a rich and redesigned offering of distance, in-class and hybrid courses. 

As much as possible, our units and faculties will encourage the presence in class of students who will be living their very first session at Université Laval. The priority remains to welcome those who will have practical courses or laboratories essential to their training. 

Students, rest assured that we don't want to leave anyone behind. Whatever your situation - whether you are parents, in Quebec City, elsewhere in the country or abroad - you will be able to pursue your training project in the fall thanks to a very high quality, flexible course offering adapted to your situation. You will also have access to services and support. During the course of the session, we will keep abreast of the evolution of the pandemic and the health guidelines, so that we can adapt with agility when the time comes.  

Consult your class schedule now 

Can't wait to see what the fall has in store for you? To better plan your trips on campus? Consult your course schedule on monPortail now to get answers to your questions. You will find the schedule and terms and conditions of the courses in which you are registered. This schedule may have changed since you registered and some adjustments may still be possible during the summer, given the changing situation. 

You will also be able to find out whether your courses will be offered by distance learning, in-class, hybrid or co-modal formats. For more details on these different teaching formulas and the codes in monPortail, consult this page (in French only). 

Haven't you decided on a course yet? There is still time to register on monPortail. 
 

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