Centennial College will resume limited in-person lab instruction using a phased approach beginning on July 6

Arriving on Campus

Arriving on Campus

Students entering the Ashtonbee building

To limit the number of people on campus and reduce the chances of incidental contact and the spread of COVID-19, Security is posted at designated entry/exit doors at each campus. The only exception to using designated doorways to exit the building is in the case of emergency, in which case you will use the closest, safe exit. College community members should re-familiarize themselves with Centennial’s Emergency Response Procedures.

Campus Entry Doors
Progress Campus
941 Progress Ave
  • Library Building (L-Block main entrance)
  • Main building (C1-Block entrance)
Ashtonbee Campus
  • 75 Ashtonbee (B-Block entrance on west side of campus)
  • 930 Warden (Automotive Building main entrance)
Morningside Campus
755 Morningside Ave
  • 100 Level entrance (Ellesmere entrance from TTC on the sidewalk at the base of the stairs)
  • 200 Level entrance (off Morningside Ave by parking lot, located on the sidewalk just outside the entry doors)
Story Arts Centre
951 Carlaw Avenue
Main entrance on the west side of the campus – located on the brick paver sidewalk just north of the main entrance doors
Downsview Campus
65 Carl Hall Rd
Main entrance on the north side of the building, located on the sidewalk east of the main entrance stairs


Bolt the Colt Mascot mycard

When you arrive at the designated campus entrance, you must tap your myCard on the reader at the Security Desk to gain access, so remember to pack your myCard identification for every visit. If you have lost your myCard, please secure one as soon as possible. Be prepared to show official photo identification until you secure a replacement card.

To get a new myCard, promptly contact mycard@centennialcollege.ca. Before submitting your request, upload a recent photo of yourself by clicking here.

myCards replacements will be printed on Tuesday and Thursday, and made available for pick up in 1-3 business days at the designated myCard Pick Up entrances. Please see the above “Campus Entry Chart” for the myCard Pick Up entry location at your designated campus and enter accordingly to pick up your replacement. Do not make a special trip to campus to get your myCard, rather pick it up on your nest authorized visit.

Campus Ambassadors

AAmbassadors will be at each campus entry point to welcome students and employees re-entering the College with a welcome kit containing a treat, two cloth face masks, a personal hand sanitizer, and a sticker to be placed on your myCard. Before proceeding to the campus entrance, ensure that you have applied the sticker to your myCard as this sticker indicates that you are allowed on campus and have completed the web-based Centennial College Campus Re-Entry Guidelines and Protocols Training Course. Cards with more information on what you must do prior to campus re-entry will also be provided, including links to the required training course.

Accommodation and Accessibility

For the purpose of campus re-entry, the College will observe all Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 practices.


Illustrated icon of a mask to cover the mouth

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Centennial College COVID-19 HR Hotline at 416-289-5226, or email covid19@centennialcollege.ca.



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If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Centre for Accessible Learning and Counselling Services (CALCS) at 416-289-5000 ext. 3850, or email calcs@centennialcollege.ca.


Please contact our Campus Security team at security@centennialcollege.ca for special circumstances where campus access is required.