Courses Will be Held on Campus Only in Winter 2022

Please refer to the COVID-19 Preventative Measures page for the most up-to-date information (in French).

Church Point (NS), October 20, 2021- Université Sainte-Anne invites the student population to plan now for a return to campus in winter 2022.

As a reminder, for the fall 2021 semester, course offerings were planned based on a hybrid model, whereby courses can be taken in person or remotely. As of January 2022, it will no longer be possible to take courses remotely; in other words, students will have to be on campus to take their courses in person.

Please note that online college programs (e.g., Early Childhood Education, Teaching Assistant and Occupational Therapist Assistant and Physiotherapist Assistant) will still be offered online, as was the case before and during the pandemic.

Of course, we will maintain a flexible posture in the face of pandemic-related uncertainty and will continue to work closely with public health officials. It will be a matter of keeping certain measures that protect the university community in place, and at the same time learn to live with COVID-19.

That is why we have vaccine and testing requirements for staff and students, require that masks be worn and encourage frequent hand washing throughout our campuses. Université Sainte-Anne always strives to ensure that the health and safety of the university community remains a top priority.

The return of in-person classes means that students will be able to enjoy a rich and diverse student life, close ties with their professors, and personalized service; all benefits for which Sainte-Anne is known.

If you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to the most appropriate email address below:

Academic sector

Student life
General questions (quarantine, travel):

About Université Sainte-Anne

Université Sainte-Anne, the only French language post-secondary institution in Nova Scotia, offers university and college-level courses as well as a French immersion program and customized training in French as a second language. Recognized for its excellent programs as well as its unique and exceptional living environment, Sainte-Anne offers experiential learning opportunities that promote student engagement and success, and an atmosphere which encourages a culture of excellence in research and development. Solidly established in its community, Université Sainte-Anne is a partner of choice for all those who wish to strengthen the vitality of the regions surrounding its 5 campuses as well as all of Acadie throughout Nova Scotia.

For more information          

Rachelle LeBlanc, Director of Communications and Marketing
Université Sainte-Anne
Tel.: 902-769-2114 Extension 7222