Home • The Division of HR & Equity Provide feedback   Toggle contrast mode:

Returning to Campus 

Back to The University’s Response to COVID-19

Facilitating our community’s gradual return to campus

The University has shifted its focus from crisis response to planning for a return to campus, and encourages faculty, staff, librarians and their families who may need additional support to reach out for help during the transition. The wellbeing of the U of T community remains a top priority as the University gradually moves towards restarting and recovery.

Workplace Guidelines

COVID-19 General Workplace Guideline (GWG)

This is to be the basis for all re-entry planning activities. Strategies and best practices for making workplaces ready for increased occupancy, and for addressing the needs of employees and others who will be returning to the workplace. This guideline is also a consolidation of various tools and resources from the University and other public health authorities that will be useful. This document is intended for CAOs, HR managers and academic leadership.

Access the GWG

Guidance and Policy on Masks

Wearing non-medical masks or face coverings is required in all common-use indoor University spaces (including University-owned and leased spaces), including classrooms and residences, whether restricted-access or open to the public.

Policy on Non-Medical Masks or Face Coverings

Guideline on Non-Medical Masks

Assessment Tools

COVID-19 General Assessment Tool (GAT)

This document is an assessment tool for assisting unit leads in applying COVID-19 exposure-reducing controls, strategies and precautions in their operations.

Access the GAT

Resuming Property Operations

Supporting Employee Wellbeing

The entire University community is focused on maintaining a safe and healthy environment on our campuses, preserving your educational experience, and communicating any updates and new information.