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Virtual University

To protect our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, Saint Mary's has temporarily shifted to virtual operations.

Learn more about the transition to a virtual university.
Update on New COVID-19 Restrictions

The province has set new protocols for everyone living in Nova Scotia and additional restrictions have been announced related to living and travelling into the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) that take effect on Thursday, November 26, 2020.

Learn more about the key actions the university is taking and the expectations for ALL members of the Saint Mary’s community.

Our commitment to providing our students with access to quality education that is relevant, inter-disciplinary in its approach and connected to the community has not wavered during the COVID-19 disruption. We have transitioned to a virtual university to protect the continuity and the integrity of our students' education and degree requirements. Our student services and academic supports are being delivered every day, and we are adding new tools and resources to meet the needs, challenges and opportunity that this situation has presented.

Saint Mary's recognizes that it is essential that we continue to be flexible and nimble and that our processes and decisions will remain fair and transparent, responding to the needs of students and our larger community.