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Covid-19 Information for Students
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Vaccination Policy for Students

Vaccination Policy for Students

Sterling College has a corporate social responsibility to keep Canada and our school communities safe. Our Vaccination Policy will promote a safe learning environment and help protect the health and well-being of our students. Students that have not been vaccinated by a Health Canada-approved vaccine are considered unvaccinated.

Vaccines Approved in Canada

 

Full Vaccination Status:
Green Sterling College Vaccine Passport

Students are considered fully vaccinated if they have received the following vaccination:

Protocol: Fully vaccinated students will receive a green ILAC Vaccine Passport and will be able to participate in all on-campus classes and activities.

Partial Vaccination Status:
Yellow Sterling College Vaccine Passport

Students are considered partially vaccinated if they have received the following vaccination:

Protocol: Partially vaccinated students will receive a yellow ILAC Vaccine Passport. Students can immediately study on campus for up 42 days until they receive a second dose of a Health Canada-approved vaccine. Partially vaccinated students will be subject to rapid antigen testing once per week.

No Vaccination Status:
Red Sterling College Vaccine Passport

Students will be required to receive their first dose before September 13, or they will be required to study online and not be allowed to participate in on campus activities.

Once a student receives their first dose, they will receive a Partial Vaccination Status and a yellow Vaccine Passport. They will be required to follow the Partial Vaccine protocol.

After receiving the first dose, students will be given Partial Vaccination Status and receive a yellow Sterling College Vaccine Passport. Students can immediately study on campus for up 42 days until they receive a second dose of a Health Canada-approved vaccine. Partially vaccinated students will be subject to rapid antigen testing once per week.