While our campuses remain closed to most students/staff, many services and supports are offered online via our COVID-19 Information Centre.

Your Journey to Canada

Your Journey to Canada

Being COVID-19 Safe

All air travellers are asked to cover their mouth and nose with a non-medical mask or face covering:

  • At Canadian airport screening checkpoints, where the screeners cannot always keep two metres of separation between themselves and the traveller
  • When they cannot physically distance from others, or as directed by the airline employees
  • When directed to do so by a public health order or public health official

Please visit the Transport Canada website for further information and learn more about the face covering requirements for air travellers.

icons of a personal protective mask and gloves


Students are required to bring their own personal protective equipment including masks and gloves when travelling to Canada.

Tip: Pack these items (and extras!) in your carry-on luggage for easy access.

Transferring to Your Accommodations

Though it is a student’s responsibility to make taxi arrangements, Centennial has partnered with Airline Limousine to provide a safe transfer from the airport to your accommodations, whether they be a hotel, a private residence or Centennial’s student residence. To book a trip with Airline Limousine, get in touch with our team at registration@centennialcollege.ca.

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