McMaster University is deeply committed to supporting our community during the rapid changes taking place worldwide due to COVID-19 (coronavirus). These frequently asked questions are specific to McMaster University Continuing Education students. We will continue to update the FAQs as needed.
In light of uncertainties due to COVID-19 and changing public health measures, the Fall 2021 term for McMaster Continuing Education will be an online and virtual term. This applies to all academic courses and programs, professional development sessions, including the Essentials program and corporate training sessions. Please note that some programs will continue in the virtual format for Winter and Spring 2022 terms. More information about Winter and Spring 2022 will be made available on our website in the coming months. McMaster Continuing Education wishes each of you health and wellness as we navigate to easier and more confident times.
If you are a McMaster
Continuing Education student who is learning entirely remotely and there
is no expectation to attend campus for any reason,
you are strongly encouraged but not required to upload proof of
vaccination to the MacCheck digital tool, unless you plan on
accessing the campus or a McMaster-affiliated site. If you decide to take an in-person course in a future semester, you
must upload proof of vaccination to the MacCheck digital tool before
For McMaster university-wide updates, please visit covid19.mcmaster.ca.