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COVID-19 Arrival Protocol & Safe Plan
ICM’s approved COVID-19 Arrival Protocol & Safe Plan outlines important steps international travellers must take while travelling and when they arrive in Manitoba, as well as how to prepare a 14-day quarantine plan required by the Government of Canada. This guide also provides critical information for students and staff about how to live and study safely as we navigate the complexities of COVID-19 and support one another during this global pandemic. Download the COVID-19 Arrival Protocol & Safe Plan here.
The global pandemic of the COVID-19 Coronavirus has quickly changed the landscape of higher education. With the health and well-being of our students and staff top of mind, ICM is continuing to offer the Summer 2021 semester remotely (meaning all classes will take place online) with an emphasis on delivering quality course content to students*. We will continue to monitor the impacts of COVID-19 and respond accordingly to ensure our program continues to be delivered to you in future terms.
We have put together this FAQ page to help you get the answers to the questions you may have regarding COVID-19 and its impact on your studies. Please use the menu bar on the left-hand side of this page (above, if on a mobile device) to navigate to the page of most interest to your specific situation, whether it be general questions about the virus, questions about the current semester of study, or questions about future terms.
If your questions remain unanswered, please reach out to our team to assist you further. If you are a new/prospective student, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a current student or alumni, please contact email@example.com.
We want you to know that ICM will be here for you through the semester, the semester break, and the coming years of your studies in Canada. There is a lot of uncertainty now, but you are not alone, and we are going to be here with you every step of the way.
College Director & Principal
*Similar to the University of Manitoba (UM), some courses will have mandatory in-person components, some taking place during the term, while others may take part prior to the commencement of the following term. Information about courses with mandatory in-person components will be communicated to students through the Enrolment & Course Expectations Guide. Students enroled in courses with mandatory in-person components will be notified and information will be shared with these students directly.