May 25: BC's government announced a four-step plan focused on protecting people and safely getting life back to normal.
April 27: SFU launches four-stage recovery plan to guide return to campus.
April 8: SFU is working with Provincial Health, WorkSafe BC and other post-secondary institutions to plan for a return to campus this fall.
March 8: B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, has advised all public colleges and universities to prepare for a full return to on-campus education this September. Centre for Digital Media is following guidelines from our partner institutions and working toward a return to our campus this fall.
December 15: Centre for Digital Media is following the Provincial Health Officer's issued orders and now requires anyone who is in any of the common areas at CDM to wear a mask. Centre for Digital Media will provide a disposable mask for those who do not have one, however reusable, non-medical masks are suggested.
July 22: Centre for Digital Media will continue operations throughout the fall term, while respecting the advice and instructions from governments, health authorities and our partner schools concerning health and safety. All instruction will be offered through remote methods during the fall semester – there will be no face-to-face instruction.
April 2: Centre for Digital Media will continue operations throughout the summer term, while respecting the advice and instructions from governments, health authorities and our partner schools concerning health and safety. All instruction will be offered through remote methods during our upcoming summer semester – there will be no face-to-face instruction.
March 16: Following advice about COVID-19 from regional and provincial health officers, as well as our partner schools, Centre for Digital Media will be moving away from in-person instruction beginning this week. Our campus will remain open. For updates on COVID-19 please visit SFU’s Frequently Asked Questions About the Coronavirus.
Centre for Digital Media is monitoring information and recommendations about COVID-19 from our partner universities and provincial medical health officers.
The safety of our students, faculty and staff is our #1 priority and, currently, the risk to people in British Columbia and the rest of Canada is considered low.
We ask that you please follow the usual health precautions, including:
- Washing your hands often
- Practicing proper cough and sneeze etiquette to prevent the spread of illness
- Staying at home if you are sick
Overall, we want to encourage everyone to be kind and supportive of one another and not to let fear and anxiety can take over. Everyone has the right to be treated with respect and dignity and no one should be targeted or subjected to discrimination based on their race, ancestry or place of origin.
If you have further questions, please read through SFU’s Frequently Asked Questions About the Coronavirus.