September 29, 2021

Important new measures start October 4

We are introducing important new protocols to keep NorQuest safe by ensuring everyone present on our campuses are providing proof of vaccination status.

Here’s what you need to know

Effective October 4, anyone coming to a NorQuest campus will be required to show the following:

  • government-issued ID
  • an official vaccination record, or a negative COVID-19 test result within the past 72 hours

You will not be granted access to a NorQuest campus without these documents.

Entrance points to the college will be limited. See the map below for available entrances to our Edmonton campus. Students can also use the main entrances to Centre 106 and our Wetaskiwin campus.
NorQuest College Edmonton campus map

College staff will be located at entrances to check documents and assist with entry.

If you are coming to campus, have what you need ready and arrive early to allow yourself time to enter the college.

A reminder of important vaccination dates

  • By October 18, you will need the recommended number of doses of a Health Canada or World Health Organization approved vaccine. (Vaccines take 14 days to become fully effective.)
  • Starting November 1, anyone coming to campus must be fully vaccinated and provide proof of vaccination, or a negative COVID-19 test result within the past 72 hours.
    • The best method to obtain proof of vaccination is to visit albertavaccinerecord.ca. The website will provide a PDF of your vaccination record which you can store on your mobile device or print.

Applying for an exemption

If you believe you have a valid exemption from vaccination, see the FAQ section below to complete an exemption form and learn more.

Frequently asked questions

NorQuest College is taking measures to stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep employees and the community safe and healthy. These frequently asked questions (FAQ) will be updated as the situation changes.