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What can students expect at Rotman during COVID-19?

Current situation:

In-person activity at the Rotman School has resumed. Masks are still required to be worn in the building until June 30, 2022. Our buildings are open to the public. Many more Rotman staff are on-site and we continue to offer a full range of services to support our community.

Mask mandate

In light of the recent provincial trends, masks will continue to be required in classrooms and in indoor spaces where physical distancing cannot be maintained until June 30, 2022. The University continues to recommend the use of medical-grade masks where possible.

In spaces like seating areas, meeting rooms or study spaces, where physical distancing of 2 metres can be maintained and while people are seated, masks may be removed.

Graduate course delivery

We follow public health guidance closely in order to protect the health and safety of all members of our community. And we are determined to offer an excellent experience for our students.

Graduate programs at Rotman have resumed in-person classes. And we continue to increase our in-person student services and co-curricular activities as well as research activities and on-campus work.

We will continue to leverage the innovations developed since March 2020 to maintain flexibility where needed or to enhance the experience of our community in the delivery of services to students. We are also developing more flexible work arrangements for all employees, while still ensuring that our students are once again able to experience in-person learning and on-campus activities.

For any other program-specific program delivery information, please contact your program services office.

Where to find more information:

The University has a 12-step plan for a safe return to campus for our entire community. This plan includes many layers of safety measures.

The University of Toronto has very detailed information and many links to useful resource on U of T’s central page on COVID-19. Please visit that page for much more information.

Future students may find these FAQs helpful:

Full Time MBA
Professional MBA programs (Morning and Evening MBA, Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA, Global Executive MBA for Healthcare and the Life Sciences)
Specialized Degree programs (Master of Finance, Master of Financial Risk Management, Master of Management Analytics, Graduate Diploma in Professional Accounting)

Current Rotman students can find tools and resources on the Rotman Hub for connecting with other users or sharing files when you or others are working remotely.

Rotman Commerce undergraduate students should refer to this page for undergraduate program updates and course delivery information.