As the college welcomes students back this week to campus, those who attend classes at the 300 Adelaide (SJB) building, should be aware of a closure.
Due to an unforeseen flooding event, the college has had to close the building for the first week of classes, as they assess the damage. All classes have been moved to an online format this week as the damage is assessed.
“Due to unforeseen circumstances our 300 Adelaide building experienced a major flooding incident. Our dedicated staff and maintenance teams have been working tirelessly to assess the damage and ensure the safety of our campus,” said a college representative in a release.
If students at the St. James campus are looking for Student Association service assistance or information, we can be found at our newly reopened space at 200 King St. E.
Further information on the incident can be seen below.
Flood Damage Assessment
Our teams have been working diligently to assess the extent of the damage and prioritize necessary repairs. Rest assured that we are doing everything in our power to restore the affected areas as quickly as possible.
First Week of Classes
Unfortunately, we will have to close the building. All in-person classes will move to an online delivery for this week and assess day by day. Please log into your Brightspace class at the scheduled time in your timetable. Also please continue to check your email and the website for updates.
Access to Building
The building is closed to all as we continue to assess and repair the damage. We will keep you updated on the progress and provide updates on when you can expect full access to the building. If you are scheduled to work in that building this week, please connect with your manager as soon as possible for next steps.
While we have taken all necessary precautions to ensure your safety, we kindly ask for your cooperation during this transition period.