Campus Operations

Prairie College has made a number of adjustments to campus operations to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak:

Maxwell Centre

Student access to the Maxwell Building will be limited to Monday-Friday from 7:30 am until 5:00 pm.

Public Access to Campus

Anyone from outside the regular campus community will be asked to sign-in at reception. 

Currently oversized parcel pick up is available from 8am – 12pm, Monday to Friday. 
Parcel pick up times may be subject to change. 
Call ahead (403-443-5511) if you need to speak to the copy centre or pick up a parcel.

Student, Staff & Faculty Mailboxes

You may access your mailbox as per usual. 

Community Mailboxes

If you are not a member of the campus community, you may access your mailbox as per usual but you must sign-in at reception. Parcel pick up times may be subject to change. Call ahead (403-443-5511) if you need to speak to the copy centre or pick up a parcel.


As of April 22, 2021, in-person classes are expected to resume on Monday, April 26.

    • If you have questions or concerns about your online delivery, please communicate with your Instructor.
    • Technical questions can be directed to

Please refer to the Campus Preparedness & Rapid Response Plan published in August, 2020, for details about student housing.



Strong hygiene practices, coupled with responsible distancing, have proven to be a critical component to slowing the spread of this virus.  

Dining services are not operating on a take-out only basis. 


Effective April 9, 2021, all Rick Down Athletic Centre (RDAC) facilities are operating with Stage 1 restrictions.

This includes the fitness centre and climbing wall. All programming including bootcamp, campus intramurals, Saturday night basketball, and Sunday night futsal are also cancelled.

This decision may be reconsidered based on the progression of the outbreak and on health authority guidelines.

Note that all ACAC has suspended all remaining competitions for 2019-2020.


In accordance with Provincial guidelines, we are continuing our plans to:

  • protect employees
  • limit spread in our workplace
  • ensure continuity of critical services if staff are ill or self-isolating
  • explore alternate working arrangements, such as:
    • working from home or remotely
    • doing work that doesn’t require contact with other people

Campus staff are expected to report to work during regular business hours with the following guidelines and accommodations:

  • IF YOU ARE SICK: If you are ill (even if it is not suspected COVID-19) please stay home.
  • MEETINGS: All meetings will be held virtually until further notice.
  • SOCIAL DISTANCING: Observe social distancing of 2 metres  at all times. 
  • CLEANING: Cleaning supplies will be provided and it is highly recommended that private spaces be cleaned at least twice per day.

Speak to your Managing Director about work from home as this option is being made available based on operational requirements.


Refer to the events listing for details about upcoming events.