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Home Campus Re-Entry Guidelines and Protocols Re-Entry Guidelines Checklist

Re-Entry Guidelines Checklist

Re-Entry Guidelines Checklist

The following checklist outlines essential items that you should know or have completed prior to arriving on campus. This checklist is applicable to all students and employees.

Note: Any requirements and guidance for re-entry is subject to change based on the evolving situation. Please continually check for updates to this checklist as revisions may be periodically made.

Checklist for Entry


Read and acknowledge the Centennial College Campus Re-Entry Guidelines and Protocols.


Complete the Centennial College Campus Re-Entry Guidelines and Protocols Training Course.


Complete the COVID-19 Pre-Screening Assessment prior to arriving each day. This assessment must be completed every day that you attend campus activities, and you must display the email of completion to Security upon arrival at the entrance on campus. On-site assessments are available but may take longer for you to proceed through the entrance procedures.


If you do not pass the COVID-19 Pre-Screening Assessment or are experiencing any of the symptoms listed on the Toronto Public Health website, do not return to campus. Please refer to the Exposure Notification section for actions to take if you are presenting with symptoms.


Ensure that you have your myCard prior to arriving on campus as you will scan-in upon arriving at the entrance. If you have misplaced your myCard, please follow the instructions outlined in the myCard Information section to order a new card.


Note the entrance that you will go to upon arriving at campus. There are limited points of entry at each campus. There may be physically distanced line-ups upon arrival, so please arrive early to ensure ample time to make it to your destination.

Once on Campus

Illustrated icon of a mask to cover the mouth

Be sure to wear a non-medical mask when inside campus facilities. Depending on the work and lab activities that you are engaging in, you may be required to wear additional PPE.


Illustrated icon of hand washing with soap


Adhere to a regular hand washing and/or hand sanitizing schedule, and ensure that you are extra vigilant with washing hands when working with shared equipment and tools.


Illustrated icon of two people social distancing six feet apart

Ensure that you keep a minimum of 6 feet apart where possible. Additional personal protection equipment may be deemed necessary when appropriate physical distancing is not possible.


Illustrated icon of a spray bottle to keep areas clean

Please ensure that any areas where you have been working or sitting appropriately cleaned. Before you leave, please wipe down all surfaces with the provided disinfected for the next person.