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Complete Your Self-Quarantine on Campus

As a non-fully vaccinated traveller, you must adhere to the all border measures and self-quarantine guidelines set by both federal and provincial governments, including the University of Regina's COVID-19 Readiness Plan.

Therefore, international students and their co-arriving immediately family members planning to travel without being fully vaccinated are required to complete their mandatory 14-day self-quarantine on campus with the University of Regina Housing Services.

Rooms are provided with a cleaning kit for the upkeep of their room during their quarantine period, and meal options are also available. Students and their co-arriving immediate family members who do not complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine on campus will be deemed not in compliance with the regulations set out in the University of Regina's COVID-19 Readiness Plan.

Please note that students and their co-arriving immediate family members traveling to Canada without being fully vaccinated who do not complete their mandatory 14-day quarantine on campus will be considered in violation and reported to the provincial and federal governments.


Mandatory Self-Quarantine Public Health Order

Both the Federal and Provincial Governments have made self-quarantine a mandatory action. All travellers returning from international destinations – including the United States – without being fully vaccinated are subject to a mandatory self-quarantine public health order and federal quarantine requirements.

Self-quarantine means staying at home and avoiding contact with other people to help prevent the spread of disease to others in your home and your community.

For guidelines on quarantine and isolation, please visit:

Consequences of non-compliance with the 14-day self-quarantine public health order may result in:

  • a $7,500 fine (Provincial level)
  • a fine of up to $750,000 (Federal level)
  • 6 months of jail time
  • being found inadmissible, removed from Canada and banned from entering for 1 year

Self-Quarantine Requirements

If you are a non-fully vaccinated traveller, you must:

  • complete 14-day self-quarantine on campus with the University of Regina Housing Services
  • inform UR International about how to get to their quarantine destination
  • arrange for all groceries and additional supplies
  • understand how to access essential services and medical care

Please contact UR International Student Services (International.StudentServices@uregina.ca) if you have any questions.

Please book now to confirm your booking and pay your fees.

For more information, please contact UR International Student Services (International.StudentServices@uregina.ca), or visit the University of Regina Housing Services website for international arrivals.

IMPORTANT NOTE!

If you are planning to complete your self-quarantine on campus, you must arrange your stay with Housing Services prior to travelling by visiting the International Arrivals page on the Housing Services website.

It is also advised that any students who are in quarantine on campus must comply with Housing Services policies and protocols to ensure the safety of all members of the campus and surrounding communities. Any violation of these policies may result in an act of Non-Academic Misconduct as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct and Right to Appeal section of the Undergraduate Academic Calendar.


Recommended Self-Quarantine Supplies

  • Medical/Non-medical masks (do not re-use)/facial covering
  • Eye protection (face shield/goggles)
  • Disposable gloves (for caretakers)
  • Disposable paper towel
  • Tissues
  • Waste container with plastic liner
  • Alcohol prep wipes
  • Thermometer
  • Over the counter medication to reduce fever (i.e. ibuprofen or acetaminophen)
  • Hand soap
  • 60% alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Dish soap
  • Laundry soap
  • Household cleaning products
  • Disinfectant
  • Hard surface disinfectant
  • Running water
  • Arrange to have your groceries delivered to you

 

NOTE: It is highly encouraged to bring your own laptop, charger, wall plug-in adapter, and/or anything required for remote learning so you may continue your studies during the self-quarantine period.

Interim Health Services

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Regina is offering on-campus non-urgent, non-emergency health services provided by a licensed Nurse Practitioner to U of R students, and others currently living in campus housing, who may not have access to other primary health services. For more information, please visit: https://www.uregina.ca/health-services/

NOTE: This service is available only for students completing self-quarantine on campus.

Completed Self-quarantine

Once students have completed their quarantine, they are free to choose to reside on or off campus.