Update: March 23, 2020, 12:30 PM
Centennial has moved to a Teaching at a Distance model
Beginning Monday, March 23, through to the regularly scheduled semester end on Friday April 17 (or April 19 for weekend courses), Centennial has moved to a Teaching at a Distance model. All students will receive individualized, program-specific Semester Recovery Plans from their Academic Coordinator or Department Chair by Tuesday, March 24.
Please note that not all programs can be facilitated through alternate, distance models. Students enrolled in programs where labs, placements, or unpaid co-op work make up part of their program requirements can expect that their semester will extend beyond April 17. If this applies to you, it will be identified in your individualized Semester Recovery Plan.
To further help you complete your academic year, you now have access to a wide array of digital and online supports, services, and ways to connect with the College during the Teaching at a Distance period. Please refer to our Student Success Resources for a comprehensive list of College and community services available to help you succeed.