International Students Begin Arriving At St. Clair College In December

Wednesday November 18th, 2020

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International students will begin to arrive at St. Clair College in December after Immigration Canada gave approval.

The College is on the federal government’s list of Designated Learning Institutions with an approved COVID Readiness Plan, which allows the school to invite its students into Canada to continue their studies.

“It has been a long process to ensure protocols are in place for the safe arrival of our International students to our campuses in Windsor, Chatham and Toronto,” said College President Patti France.

The College’s Plan includes arranging ground transportation when the International students arrive in Canada and securing hotel rooms during their mandatory 14-day quarantine period.

Students who will arrive in December are students who started their studies in May but have been taking their courses online in their own countries because of COVID.

Before coming to Canada, the students must provide to the College a study visa issued by the federal government and proof they have completed the school’s protocols.

The College has arranged for Windsor-bound students to quarantine for 14 days at a hotel in the city. Students studying at the College’s partner institution, Ace Acumen Academy in Toronto, will quarantine at a GTA hotel.

Security guards will be stationed at the hotels to ensure no one leaves their rooms. Arrangements have also been made to provide the students with food and other necessities. A nurse will also be checking in on the students’ well-being, and a physician will be available if more extensive medical resources are required.

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