To the Ambrose Community:
In an effort to bring the community back to campus, and in light of the somewhat encouraging data on the spread of COVID in the region, we will begin a phased approach to in-person instruction on January 31.
Dear students, faculty and staff, With all that we have experienced over these past years, I am sad to be sending you this message. However, I am convinced that we must start the Winter Term primarily online in order to help reduce the rapid transmission of the COVID-19 Omicron variant. Only two days ago, the Government of Alberta announced that the Omicron variant has become the dominant variant in Alberta, and since then it has spiked further, especially in Calgary.
Winter Term 2022: Ambrose University is committed to providing a safe and healthy space for our community. We are also committed to delivering an optimal academic experience, which includes an extensive selection of on-campus classes and activities. In light of this and based on the new guidelines declared by the Alberta Government, Ambrose is adopting the new Proof of Vaccination Program (PVP).
Letter from Dr Matthew Morris
Dear science students,
The current covid pandemic, the varied responses to vaccines, and the social restrictions enacted by the provincial government have, to my mind, highlighted why a Christian liberal arts training in the sciences matters. The issues being discussed are partly scientific – do vaccines work? Do they cause side effects? What is the best way to protect oneself and others from covid? Who is most vulnerable? Are there dangerous chemicals contained in the vaccines? How should one interpret scientific data?