Information for Visitors


Posted: Jan 4, 2021 5:01 AM   |  Updated: Nov 17, 2021 8:17 AM

Before coming to campus 

All visitors should review and follow the requirements on the Coming to Campus checklist before visiting NAIT campuses.  

Visit the Facilities and Services page to learn what's open and how to access services. 

Vaccination requirements 

Visitors will need to provide proof of full vaccination or a negative test result to be on campus. Proof may be either:  

  • Alberta government-issued QR code   
  • privately-paid negative rapid test result taken within 72 hours of service   

Effective November 8, visitors who need access to classrooms, shops or labs must be prepared to provide valid proof of full vaccination. These spaces include Ernest’s, the Retail Meat Store, and the Dental and Denture Clinic. 

Outside of classrooms, shops and labs, visitors must be prepared to provide proof of vaccination or a negative rapid test results. These include areas such as the arena and conference venues. 

If you are uncertain about the requirements for the space you wish to visit, please contact the NAIT staff member who invited you to campus or a representative from the appropriate area. 

Stay safe on campus 

Safety at NAIT is a shared responsibility. Everyone is required to wear masks in all indoor public spaces and maintain physical distancing of 2 metres. 

You can also help maintain a safe work and learning environment on our campuses by practising good hygiene and respiratory etiquette on campus, and following area-specific safety controls. 

Stay home if you are sick 

If you feel unwell, take the Alberta Health Services COVID-19 Self-Assessment before coming to campus and follow the instructions: self-isolate and get tested for COVID-19 if advised. 

If you have symptoms of or test positive for COVID-19 and have been on campus within the previous 14 days, complete a COVID-19 incident report (pdf) and submit it to healthservices@nait.ca. This form allows NAIT to  

  • undertake necessary safety investigations 
  • support contact tracing 
  • communicate with Alberta Health Services as required