UoGuelph follows UWaterloo in removing select course information from website


The University of Guelph has announced that it is following the University of Waterloo’s lead in removing publicly available course information from its website. Details such as classroom locations and professor names will now only be available to students through a private portal. The university will also conduct classroom security assessments and will launch a communications campaign about campus safety measures to ensure that community members know what personal safety tools are available. “The tragedy at the University of Waterloo has prompted universities across Canada, including the University of Guelph, to review security measures to ensure we are doing everything we can to keep our community safe,” said UoGuelph Spokesperson Deirdre Healy.

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