Masks to continue to be required in instructional areas for Brock exams, winter term – The Brock News | Rare Techy
The requirement to wear masks in instructional spaces will continue during the fall exam period passed through Winter term at Brock University.
All students, teachers, and instructors will be required to wear masks in all instructional spaces, including classrooms, lecture halls, seminars, teaching labs, and other spaces where instruction or testing is taking place.
The use of masks is strongly recommended everywhere on campus, especially when social distancing is not possible.
Brock A Ontario’s leader in post-secondary sector in relation to public health guidelines, as one Only a few universities have directives to require masks on campus starting in September.
Students and others present in the exam rooms are expected to bring their own masks to the exam. A limited supply of masks will be available for students writing the exam without their own.
All masks worn must be medical grade. Cloth face coverings such as buffs, gaiters, and bandanas do not satisfy the masking policy requirement at Brock.
Students can learn more about requesting a waiver of the mask requirement On Brock University’s coronavirus FAQ web page. Those with approved exemptions must bring relevant documentation to their examination.
Medical masks are also required in the shared research space, as described in the relevant section ofBroke Corona Virus FAQ.
Members of the Brock community and visitors are being asked to be vigilant this fall and winter and watch closely for symptoms of COVID-19 and other respiratory infections. Do not come to campus if you are unwell, have symptoms or have tested positive for Covid-19. Please follow alongSelf-isolation guidance provided by Niagara Region Public Health.
Students who cannot take the exam due to medical reasons aMedical Verification Form, certifying that the student is incapable of attempting the examination on the scheduled date and time. To be considered for a deferred exam sitting, students must ensure that they contact their course instructor(s) within seven days of the exam.