Skip to McMaster Navigation Skip to Site Navigation Skip to main content
McMaster logo

Confirmed COVID-19 case at McMaster

The university has received notification of a positive COVID case involving a graduate student. All areas where the student was on campus have been thoroughly cleaned and are open for normal operations. Any contact tracing is managed by Hamilton Public Health and they will contact directly anyone who would be part of the tracing for […]

Read More…

In-person campus events restricted until 2021; libraries opening up bookable study space; masks on campus

Events on Campus McMaster continues to prioritize the health and well-being of students, faculty and staff. To help curb the spread of COVID-19, the University has restricted all in-person student, faculty, staff events and discretionary activities throughout the entire Fall term. These restrictions will now be in place until the end of the year. Virtual […]

Read More…

COVID-19 awareness training, federal COVID Alert app, parking on campus

Mandatory COVID-19 awareness training COVID-19 Awareness training is now available. The training is focused on the nature of the virus and will help the McMaster community understand how to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and take action to minimize risk. This training is mandatory for all employees currently working on campus and for those who […]

Read More…

The heart of McMaster has always been the people who call the University home

August 12, 2020 Dear Members of the McMaster community, With temperatures over 30 degrees this week it definitely feels like we are still in the middle of summer. This has been anything but a normal summer though, as you are all well aware. Thank you to everyone for your ongoing support and for the tremendous […]

Read More…

Phase 2 of returning to research begins; grad student study space; Campus Store and library book pickup

This article was updated Aug. 21 to reflect the new distribution point for masks on campus. On-campus research With the first phase of returning research at McMaster well established, and with the broader provincial easing of restrictions, the university is now moving to the next phase of its phased increase of on-campus research. Phase 2 […]

Read More…