Coming to Campus Checklist

Posted: Jan 4, 2021 5:04 AM   |  Updated: Oct 8, 2021 2:54 PM

We continue to prioritize the health and safety of the NAIT community.  

Safety on campus is a shared responsibility and we can all contribute. Make sure you are prepared before coming to campus by following these important steps. 

Before coming to campus

Vaccinations are required

Starting Oct. 12, Protective Services will operate structured rotating entrance checks. As we work toward Nov. 8, we will increase entrance checks on campus. Please give yourself extra time to get to your classes or work area as there could be delays during busy times.

Staff and students, please be ready to show your photo identification and green NAIT vaccine QR code in the NAIT Alert app, which indicates your proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test has been verified. 

Visitors, please be ready to show your photo identification and either a paper or electronic record from the health provider that administered the vaccine, a government-issued record of your vaccination history, or proof of a privately paid COVID-19 PCR or rapid test completed within the 72 hours before coming to campus.

Find out more about NAIT's vaccine requirement:

Everyone coming to NAIT campuses, including students, staff, contractors and visitors, will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Nov. 8.  This is the best way to help protect yourself and others. Learn more

Please visit the Government of Alberta’s vaccine page to book your shot and for more information about the safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines.  

Sign the online declaration form

Select the responsibility declaration  that applies to you and complete it before coming to campus.

Complete the COVID awareness training

If you have not already viewed the training, select the module that applies to you and ensure you have completed the training before coming to campus.

Stay home if you are sick

Take the Alberta Health Services’ COVID-19 Self-Assessment and follow the instructions: self-isolate and get tested for COVID-19 if advised. 

You must follow provincial direction to stay home if you are sick. Visit for directions on what to do. 

Stay informed

View our latest COVID-19 updates to learn what you need to know before coming to campus.

When on campus

Wear a mask

Masks must be worn in all indoor public spaces on campus. Learn about our current masking protocols.

Maintain physical distancing

Ensure you are maintaining at least 2 metres physical distance between others on campus.

Practice good hygiene

Practicing good hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette such as covering your cough with a tissue or your sleeve protects yourself and others.