This page was updated on Friday, July 17, 2020.
The college has announced its plans for program delivery for the upcoming school year. To view a list of programs and their delivery methods, visit this page.
Classes for first year students will begin on September 1, and on September 3 for second year students. Currently, the Chief Public Health Office for Prince Edward Island has indicated that anyone entering Atlantic Canada must self-isolate for 14 days. To support students, programs being offered using a blended delivery approach will deliver course content through distance for the first two weeks of classes (September 1-14) so that students can complete their self-isolation requirement before the start of the face to face delivery of the practical and applied learning components. Students coming from outside of Atlantic Canada will need to arrive on Prince Edward Island by August 31 to begin the 14 day self-isolation period and currently must apply to the provincial government for travel approval from the Province; students will need to provide proof of enrollment at Holland College along with proof of accommodation for entry into P.E.I. If the current directive of self-isolation from the Chief Public Health Office changes between now and September 1, students will be advised of the changes by Holland College.
To be eligible for any provincial supports for students impacted by COVID-19, a student must be residing in Prince Edward Island. There is help available to students that are from out-of-province, including international students who are living on PEI. Find out more here.
Things will look a little different this fall, with special procedures in place to in accordance with guidelines from our Provincial Public Health Office. To find out more, visit this page.
Holland College continues to monitor developments about the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
We know that you have questions, and we will try to provide you with as many answers as we can at this time on our Closure and Program Delivery Q & A page.
The World Health Organization website provides information and guidance from WHO regarding the current outbreak of COVID-19. Visit this page for daily updates.
If any staff or students are feeling anxious about COVID-19, we encourage them to speak to a counselor or contact a health care professional. Holland College has a number of supports for students through Student Services, including counselling: email@example.com and the International office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-566-9377.
Holland College students can also access in-person or phone based counselling services 24/7 through the Aspiria Assistance Program at 1-877-234-5327. We encourage you to use these resources if you have concerns. Staff and faculty should contact the college's Employee Assistance Program by visiting https://www.workhealthlife.com/or calling 1-844-880-9142.
If you are a student and you have specific questions about COVID-19, please use this email address to contact our Student Experience Team: email@example.com. The team will do their best to respond in a timely manner.
If you are a staff member with questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as required.
The best defense against COVID-19 is to practice routine prevention measures.
Download the HC Safe app for the most up to date information. The app integrates the college's emergency, closure, and security systems, providing users with up-to-the-minute notifications in the event of an emergency or a closure at a Holland College location. The HC Safe app is available free of charge in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
If you are concerned that you may have been exposed to, or may be experiencing symptoms of, Covid-19, please call 811 for assessment information.
If you have questions about the coronavirus, call the provincial hotline: 1-800-958-6400. You will be asked to leave a message, and someone from the chief public health office will return your call within 24 hours.