Green: The university does not have a mandatory vaccine policy.
Orange: Individuals must undergo frequent rapid testing if they do not provide the university with proof of vaccination.
Light red: The university has a campus-wide vaccine policy with the alternative option of frequent rapid testing and/or some students are mandated to get the vaccine.
Red: The university has a campus-wide mandatory vaccination policy and has not offered any alternative options
Grey: The university has not provided a sufficient amount of information.
Nova Scotia (3/7 mandatory vaccination policies)
Student-athletes and associated staff who travel with the teams will be required to be fully vaccinated in order to participate in varsity sports competitions.
Cape Breton University
The vaccine is mandatory for students living in residence.
At Dalhousie University, students, faculty, and staff must provide proof of vaccination to access the campus. However, the university is providing the alternative option of frequent rapid testing: “Students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated, or choose not to provide proof of vaccination, will have to undergo COVID-19 testing twice a week and will be required to provide proof that the testing has taken place.”
Mount Saint Vincent University
Students, staff and faculty at Mount Saint Vincent University that are not vaccinated will have to undergo twice-weekly Covid testing. Ramona Lumpkin, the university’s interim president and vice-chancellor, told the CBC “We won’t refuse anyone access to campus.”
Saint Mary’s University
The vaccine is mandatory for students in residence, student-athletes, and Department of Athletics and Recreation staff and coaches.
St. Francis Xavier University
The vaccine is not mandatory at St. Francis Xavier University.
University of King’s College
Students, staff and faculty at the University of King’s College must either be fully vaccinated or undergo rapid testing twice weekly.