COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)
CURRENT SITUATION: As of December 11, 2020, at 6:51 PM
*Winter semester start has been pushed until January 18, 2021. Read more…
There are still 0 cases of COVID-19 at Prairie College and 12 active cases in Kneehill County. Please refer to https://covid19stats.alberta.ca/ for a breakdown of the cases province-wide.
The health and safety of our school community is top of mind, and a number of precautions and responses are underway. Check back for ongoing updates and information about our response and action with regard to the COVID-19 situation.
If you require assistance during business hours, please call 403-443-3030. If you require emergency medical assistance, please call 911.
Prairie Prepares for the Arrival of Students on January 18 In alignment with the Provincial Covid-19 response, Prairie administration has refreshed its health and safety measures for on-campus students at
If you’re a prospective international student that has been hoping to study in Canada this year, you’ve been through more than your fair share of ambiguity, suspense, and waiting for
Plan Responds to Public Health Guidelines & Was Developed in Consult with Community Health Officials As the start of the school year quickly approaches, Prairie staff and faculty have been
Frequently Asked Questions
Please contact your Program Coordinator/Professors for all the details about completing your classes online.
If you require assistance with Online Classrooms, please email the Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For some programs – like Practical Nursing, PCP, and Aviation – we are waiting upon instructions from education partners like Bow Valley College, PATC, and Professional Medical Associates. Thank you for your patience as we figure out the details.
If you have symptoms, stay at home and call Health Link 811 for instructions. Also, notify your DSD.
From Alberta Health Services:
Under public health order, you are legally required to isolate for:
- 14 days if you returned from international travel or are a close contact of a person with COVID-19, plus an additional 10 days from the onset of symptoms, should they occur
- 10 days if you have a cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose, or sore throat that is not related to a pre-existing illness or health condition
In some cases, yes. In other cases, events have been moved online.
Refer to the Events tab for status details about previously scheduled events.
All students arriving from international locations will be expected to quarantine for a full 14 days upon arrival in Canada.
In some cases you may quarantine in a dedicated section of student housing. If you are participating in the Government of Canada’s pilot program, you will be required to quarantine off-campus.
Speak to your DSD or Admissions representative for details.
The facilities maintenance team will increase the frequency of its disinfection process in public spaces, which includes door handles, sinks and high traffic areas.
Cleaning kiosks with supplies will be made available in public areas
On campus students, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to continue and increase the practice of cleaning private spaces including dormitories, offices, study spaces and classrooms
Type of Question
Google Classroom & IT Questions
If you need assistance with self-isolation, mental health, dorms/Davison, move-in/move-out
Your Director of Student Development:
Men – email@example.com
Family – firstname.lastname@example.org
Virus and other health related symptoms /questions
or call Health Link at 811
Program related questions (practicum, clinical, graduation requirements, exams)
Speak to your Program Coordinator, if you do not know who that is, visit the website program page.
Staying Healthy: From Alberta Health Services
COVID-19 symptoms are similar to influenza or other respiratory illnesses. Common symptoms include:
- extreme tiredness
Symptom of serious illness include:
- difficulty breathing
If you have symptoms, stay home and call Health Link 811 for instructions.
How to Prepare
To prepare for COVID-19, public health officials recommend the following:
- Create a household action plan.
- Practice good personal health habits and plan for home-based actions.
- Be prepared if your child’s school or childcare facility is temporarily dismissed.
- Plan for potential changes at your workplace.
- Stockpiling of goods is not recommended at this time.
Read more on the AHS website.
Prevent the Spread
Influenza and other common viruses remain the most likely cause of a respiratory infection.
To protect yourself and others:
- use good hygiene practices, such as frequent handwashing
- cover coughs and sneezes
- avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
- stay at home and away from others if you are feeling ill
- if you have symptoms, stay home and call Health Link 811 for instructions
Still Have Questions?
We will respond to your query during business hours.