Note: The course listing is a traditional course listing for a student in a program by semester. Students may not become registered in all of the courses listed. Please access the Portal Program Delivery page on the Student Portal for more detail. Course delivery method is subject to change pending direction from public health or government restrictions.
Toronto And Brampton Campuses
All programs will begin their delivery online.
|Program Code||Program Name||Campus||Semester|
|5905||Global Business Management||Brampton||1|
|5905||Global Business Management||Brampton||2|
|5900||Supply Chain Management||Brampton||1|
|5900||Supply Chain Management||Brampton||2|
|5906||Global Business Management||Toronto||1|
|5906||Global Business Management||Toronto||2|
|5930||Supply Chain Management||Toronto||1|
|5930||Supply Chain Management||Toronto||2|
|5985||Health Care Leadership||Toronto||1|
|5985||Health Care Leadership||Toronto||2|
|5940||Early Childhood Education||Toronto||1|
|5940||Early Childhood Education||Toronto||2|
Questions about program delivery should be directed to the Academic Assistant or designated contact in your program area. Services provided by the Dean’s office staff will continue to be provided remotely.
The preferred method of communication for Academic Assistants is via email or MS Teams as follows:
School Of Aviation, Trades & Technology, Natural Environment & Outdoor Studies, And Business
Aviation Technology programs: please reach out to Marie O’Hara Marie.Ohara@saultcollege.ca
Natural Environment, Business and Culinary: please reach out to
Nicole LaCroix Nicole.LaCroix@saultcollege.ca
Engineering, Technology, Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship: please reach out to
Sasha Coleman Sasha.Coleman@saultcollege.ca
School Of Health, Community Services, Interdisciplinary Studies, Media & Design
Health Programs and Media & Design:
Collaborative BScN, Practical Nursing, Pre-Health, Personal Support Worker, Occupational Therapist Assistant & Physiotherapist Assistant, Gerontology, Mathematics, Personal & Developmental Support Services, Digital Film Production, Graphic Design or Game-Art: please reach out to Marcie Logan Marcie.Logan@saultcollege.ca
Community Services and Interdisciplinary Studies:
Early Childhood Education, Child and Youth Care, Social Service Worker, Social Service Worker – Indigenous Specialization, Justice Studies, General Arts and Science, Hairstyling, Esthetician: please reach out to Melanie Sanche-Hirst Melanie.SancheHirst@saultcollege.ca
Please reach out to Carla Bumbaco Carla.Bumbaco@saultcollege.ca
Community Integration Through Co-Operative Education (CICE)
Please reach out to Velma Simon Velma.Simon@saultcollege.ca
Brampton And Toronto Campuses
All Brampton and Toronto campus programs will begin their delivery online. For questions pertaining to programs being delivered in Brampton and Toronto please reach out to Sault College International International@saultcollege.ca
Frequently Asked Questions
What can I expect for winter 2021 programming?
Similar to the fall 2020 semester, academic delivery will be a combination of remote and face-to-face learning. Practical learning requiring access to specialized learning spaces and/or equipment will take place in a face-to-face format.
PLEASE NOTE: ANYONE REQUIRING ACCESS TO THE SAULT COLLEGE CAMPUS IN SSM IS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE COLLEGE REOPENING PROCEDURES TRAINING HERE: https://welearn.saultcollege.ca/d2l/home
In the Toronto and Brampton Campuses, the remote delivery model will be used for all programs in the winter 2021 semester. Students in Toronto and Brampton may have opportunities to participate in some optional in campus classes. Students must complete the COIVD-19 return to campus training session in Brightspace, which can be accessed with student login information here: https://gateway.trios.com/sault-student/index.html. Student login information will be provided to students at least one week before classes.
What is remote delivery?
Through our remote delivery model, you can expect your faculty to be available to you in real time during the regularly scheduled class times as per the program timetable. This will be accomplished with either a planned classroom online session or with a dedicated opportunity for students to interact with faculty for that course. To support this remote learning, faculty will use College-supported web conferencing platforms for the regularly scheduled class time as well as our learning management system.
I am concerned about some or all of my program being offered remotely. Won’t this change the quality of the education?
We understand your concerns. While the delivery method of your program may change, our programs continue to be held to the same quality standards and the curriculum and learning outcomes remain consistent with our commitment to you. Through our remote delivery model, you can expect your faculty to be available to you in real time during the regularly scheduled class times as per the program timetable. This will be accomplished with either a planned classroom online session or with a dedicated opportunity for students to interact with them for that course.
If my program is offered in a format other than strictly face-to-face, will I receive a reduction in my tuition?
While the delivery method of your program may change, our programs continue to be held to the same quality standards and the curriculum and learning outcomes remain consistent with our commitment to you. For this reason, there is no tuition reduction.
If my program starts remotely, will it ever move to on campus?
Sault College will continue to work with public health and follow government guidelines. Any updates will be communicated.
Will there be any changes to ancillary fees?
Registered students will be required to pay non-refundable mandatory ancillary fees in each semester that you are enrolled. Given this year’s significant uncertainty, we will set ancillary fees on a per semester basis with a view to the services we expect to provide. However, given our cost structure for providing ancillary services, if we need to eliminate services in a semester we will only grant a refund if (in our exclusive discretion) it is warranted. Students studying in programs that are remote delivery only will have be exempt from designated ancillary fees as outlined here.
What technology and software will I need to attend classes remotely?
Students are required to have their own computer/laptop and an internet connection that enables remote learning at Sault College.
Is there a laptop loan program available for students who do not have access to technology to complete studies?
The College is expecting that students will have their own laptop or computer. The College has a very limited supply of laptops available for loan and the details/plan for distribution will be communicated once available. Toronto/Brampton Campuses does not have a laptop lending program.
How can I access my timetable?
Timetables will be available via the MySaultCollege student portal for students studying in Sault Ste. Marie. Students studying in Brampton and Toronto can access their timetable on the triOS Student Web.
How will I know which of my courses are on campus and which are online?
Timetables will be available via the student portal. On campus courses will be labelled with a room number or online courses will be specially labelled as such. All classes in Brampton and Toronto will be online in the January 2021 semester. Students in Toronto and Brampton may have opportunities to participate in some optional on campus classes in small groups.
When is the first day of classes?
The first day of classes is Monday, January 11, 2021.
When is student orientation?
For the Sault Ste. Marie campus, orientation for students beginning their studies in January 2021 will take place Friday, January 8, 2021. Information on orientation will be sent to student email addresses and will also be posted on the student portal.
For the Brampton and Toronto campuses, online orientation sessions will be on Thursday, January 7 and Friday January 8. You will receive an invitation to the orientation sessions by email in late December.
ACCESSING THE COLLEGE
Who can access the college?
Similar to the fall 2020 semester, academic delivery will be a combination of remote and face-to-face learning. Practical learning requiring access to specialized learning spaces and/or equipment will take place in a face-to-face format. Only students requiring the use of College facilities and equipment will be on campus. Staff who are required and needed to support or deliver services on campus will be expected to return to work on campus. The College will not be open to the general public.
The Internet Study Hall, located in the F Wing gym (Health & Wellness Centre) is accessible to students studying on and off campus. Students studying off campus will only be able to access the Internet Study Hall to complete work independently, access the printer and attend remote classes. Students will not be permitted to complete group work in the area.
Anyone accessing the SSM campus must complete the Sault College Re-opening Procedures Training on LMS in advance here: https://welearn.saultcollege.ca/d2l/home
What entrance should we be using?
Access to campus is restricted to the main F Wing door (Health and Wellness entrance).
What do I need to access the College?
You will need to scan your student card when entering the College.
Where do I park?
Students accessing campus must park in the J-South parking lot.
Will there be food and water on campus?
Vending machines are operational but water filling stations are temporarily closed.
Will I need to buy a parking pass if I have to access the College?
If you are accessing the College in the winter for practical learning, there will be no charge to park. All students are required to park in the J-South lot and are not required to display a pass.
What do I do if I am feeling ill and am supposed to be on campus for practical learning?
If you are feeling ill, do not attend campus and complete the self-assessment tool for next steps. Specific information and expectations are available in the COVID Awareness training on LMS.
What happens if I travel outside of the Algoma District but within Canada during the holidays and beyond?
To further protect the health and safety of our staff and students and to continue to limit the spread of COVID-19, the College has the following in place:
- Any staff or student who has travelled outside of the Algoma District is not permitted onto campus for 14 days from the date of return or until negative COVID-19 results are provided
- If YOU or SOMEONE in your household has been in close contact with an individual from outside of Algoma you cannot attend campus for 14 days or you may attend if you provide a negative COVID test.
- If YOU or SOMEONE in your household has been in close contact with an individual who is coming from a physical setting (workplace, school etc.) in any geographic location, including Sault Ste. Marie, that is experiencing an outbreak you cannot attend the campus for 14 days or until you provide a negative COVID test.
Learn more about how to self-isolate.
Please note: any individual who has travelled internationally (including to the United States of America) is subject to the federal Quarantine Act and must quarantine for 14 days and be tested as per Federal and Provincial requirements.
What does a setting known to be experiencing an outbreak of COVID-19 refer to?
This refers specifically to workplaces, institutions, communal settings, etc., that are experiencing transmission of COVID-19 within the facilities.
If YOU or SOMEONE in your household has been in close contact with an individual who is coming from a physical setting (workplace, school etc.) in any geographic location, including Sault Ste. Marie, that is experiencing an outbreak you cannot attend the campus for 14 days or until you provide a negative COVID test.
For example, having close contact with a health care worker that is employed in a long-term care home that is experiencing a COVID-19 outbreak or being a patient in a hospital with an active outbreak on an adjacent floor.
I will not be travelling outside of the Algoma District, but may be in close contact with someone from outside of the Algoma District. Will I be permitted on campus?
You are not permitted onto campus for 14 days or you may attend if you provide a negative COVID test if you or someone in your household has been in close contact with an individual from outside of the Algoma District.
Learn more about how to self-isolate.
What do I do if I will be travelling internationally?
Do not attend campus. Any individual who has travelled internationally (including the United States of America) is subject to the federal Quarantine Act and must quarantine for 14 days and be tested as per Federal and Provincial requirements.
Who do I contact to provide my negative test results so I can access the College for practical learning?
As per the College’s Campus Contact Response Plan, please contact your Professor/Program Chair to advise of your negative COVID-19 test result. If you are unsure of who to contact, please see the above ‘Contact Us’ with contact information by program area.
I had plans to travel outside of the Algoma District this holiday season, will supports be in place if I cannot attend campus for my practical learning for two weeks?
We understand that some students may have plans to travel outside of the Algoma District this holiday season. As such, our faculty will work with you to ensure you are supported during this two-week period.
HEALTH AND SAFETY
If I have to attend campus, what precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of students?
The health and safety of our students and staff is our top priority and is at the forefront of our decision making. Sault College will be implementing a number of safety measures including but not limited to: enhanced cleaning and sanitizing protocols, implementing strategies for physical distancing, use of personal protective equipment where necessary, utilizing technologies to minimize manual operations, creating new safer spaces for classrooms, and reviewing our HVAC systems to provide great air quality. The College will also continue to follow directions and guidelines by government and public health agencies to ensure the safety of all. For the health and safety of all, students and staff attending campus will be trained in protocols relative to COVID-19.
How do I access the COVID awareness training?
For students studying in Sault Ste. Marie, the COVID awareness training is available on the Learning Management System. To access, visit your student portal and click on the LMS link on the right hand side of the home page. From there, select the ‘College Reopening Procedures’ from the course list.
For students studying in Brampton and Toronto, COVID awareness training will be covered during the online orientation sessions, and will also be available in Brightspace which can be accessed, with student login information here: https://gateway.trios.com/sault-student/index.html.
Do I need to wear a mask/face covering?
The use of non-medical face masks is required in transit through the buildings and in all common spaces and where physical distancing cannot be maintained. Additionally, faculty and students must wear masks or face coverings in labs. Students are responsible for supplying their own masks.
What if I cannot wear a mask/face covering due to a medical condition?
If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a mask, please contact Student Services at email@example.com before coming to campus.
Has the College done a deep clean?
Has the HVAC system been cleaned?
All the filters have been changed in the system and we have increased fresh intake by having the fans work on continuous intake as opposed to on-demand activation.
Are Designated Smoking Areas closed?
Yes, at this time all Designated Smoking Areas are closed.
How can students get their textbooks?
For your convenience, students can order textbooks online through Follett by visiting https://www.bkstr.com/saultstore/shop/textbooks-and-course-materials. Orders can be picked up curbside or delivered to the student’s residence for a flat rate. Please note that the flat rate shipping only applies to deliveries within Canada. International shipping will be quoted to the students, for confirmation, before the order is processed. Sponsor students can also order online.
Will the Student Financial Assistance Office, Financial Services and Registrar’s Office be open?
The preferred method of communication is as follows:
Financial Services firstname.lastname@example.org
Registrar’s Office email@example.com
International students may email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Financial Assistance Office email@example.com
I am worried about remote delivery and being able to complete my studies this way?
We understand your concerns. Faculty and staff are available to help you adapt to remote delivery learning. We encourage you to reach out to your faculty, the Student Services team at firstname.lastname@example.org and review the resources on the Student Portal within the Student Support section.
What student services are available for students?
Student services will offer a mix of remote and face to face delivery of services.
Counselling and Accessibility Services appointments will continue to be delivered remotely. The I.M. Well App and other free web/phone/text supports are available for students as well. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Testing Centre services will continue to be delivered remotely and in person, including entrance, challenge exams, and support for students requiring accommodations. Out of Class Testing will be available on a case by case basis. Evening hours will not be possible during the winter semester. For more information, contact Accessibilitytesting@saultcollege.ca or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Student Job Centre and Student Success office will continue to be available remotely.
I am a student who had an IEP in highschool and received accommodations for in- class learning and/or testing. How do I access these services remotely?
Students with disabilities will need to make an appointment with one of our Counsellors to set up their accommodations. Please contact email@example.com to set up an appointment as soon as possible. It is important that students with disabilities use the accommodations that they need to ensure their academic success, particularly while we navigate this new learning environment.
I am returning to school after many years. Is there any assistance that I can access to help me be better prepared for success?
You are not alone! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
Will the library be open and peer tutoring available?
Library services will continue to be delivered remotely. Pick up and drop off of materials can be arranged by emailing email@example.com. Peer tutoring group drop-in sessions and one-on-one/small group tutoring will continue to be offered through MS Teams. For more information, visit www.saultcollegelibrary.ca or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are computer labs open for use?
No, computer labs are not open at this time.
What is happening with athletics and is the fitness centre open?
At this time, the Fitness Centre, gym facilities and Waterfront Adventure Centre are closed and a reopening plan is in development. Varsity and in person club sport competition are also suspended.
E-sports and virtual campus recreation activities continue to be offered for all students. Activity information can be found at www.saultcougars.ca or email email@example.com.
Is the Health Centre open?
Remote services will be delivered through tele-health (https://dialadoc.ca). International students can access remotely via Guard Me Insurance.
Will food services be available?
Planning for food services is currently in progress. Updates will be provided once available.
Are lockers available?
Lockers will not be available for students this winter and the applicable ancillary fee has been removed.
What are Sault College Students’ Union Services and contact Information?
The Sault College Students’ Union office is closed to in-person visits and walk-in traffic until further notice. The SCSU team is still available Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Our primary means of communication is email. Staff can be reached as per below contact information or via email at SCSUInfo@saultcollege.ca.
For updates please visit:
SCSU Contact Information:
SCSU President - Ahmad Alkosani – Ahmad.Alkosani@saultcollege.ca – Phone 705-989-8260
Executive Director - Sue Pedace Misasi – Sue.Misasi@saultcollege.ca – Phone 705-987-0850
Program Manager – Jamie Rogers – Jamie.Rogers@saultcollege.ca – Phone 705-943-1161
Office Assistant - Tiffany Agliani – Tiffany-Jo.Agliani@saultcollege.ca – Phone 705-542-3758
VP Campus Connections - Noah Rego – Noah.Rego@saultcollege.ca
VP Student Life - Mikaela Hinz – Mikaela.Hinz@saultcollege.ca
Student Advocacy – Contact: SCSU President
SCSU represents and advocates for students’ rights. We are here to provide guidance through academic and sanction appeals. Please email SCSU President to set up a remote appointment.
Emergency Student Food Bank – Contact: SCSU President
The SCSU Food Bank is open Wednesday and Fridays from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is located inside Odeno. Students are encouraged to bring their own reusable bags.
Events and Awareness Weeks – Contact: Program Manager
Student events and awareness weeks will continue to be delivered remotely.
Health and Dental Plan – Contact: Executive Director
SCSU Health and Dental Plan offers affordable health, dental, vision, and travel coverage. The plan is in effect from September 1 to August 31 of the following year. All full-time domestic fee-paying students are automatically covered. Please visit: www.studentcare.ca for further details or email contact above.
Student Handbooks (Agendas) – Contact: Program Manager
Student Handbooks are free to Sault College students. Keep an eye on SCSU Social Media to find out how you may get your handbook or email above contact.
Chapters and Clubs – Contact: Executive Director or Office Assistant
A Chapter is a group of students within the same academic program. A Club is a group of students who share the same interests. To find out how to initiate a Chapter or Club please go to SCSU website or email contact above.
Volunteer Opportunities – Contact: Program Manager
Students may sign up for volunteer opportunities (on-campus, local and community opportunities) at www.myscsu.ca/volunteer.
Grad Photos and Flowers – Contact: Program Manager
SCSU works with Studio Nostalgia to provide students with Graduation photos. Please visit https://mygradphotossault.com or email contact above.
SCSU services currently suspended until further notice:
Sault Transit Bus Pass – Contact: Executive Director
The Breakfast Program – Contact: SCSU President
Equipment Loan-Out – Contact: Executive Director
Used Book Sales – Contact: Executive Director
Discounted Photocopying – Contact: Executive Director
Student Work-Stations – Contact: Executive Director
The Lounge – Contact: SCSU President
Odeno Pub – Contact: Executive Director
Student Employment Opportunities – Contact: Executive Director
Bulletin Boards Postings (Posters) – Contact: Executive Director