COVID-19: Cancellations and Closures at the University of St. Michael’s College

COVID-19: Cancellations and Closures at the University of St. Michael’s College

UPDATED:  June 3, 10:15 a.m. EST

Annual Kelly Library Book Sale Cancelled

The 2020 Friends of the Kelly Library Annual Book Sale has been cancelled, and book donations are not being accepted at this time.

U of T Alumni Reunion 2020 Cancelled

From U of T Alumni Relations: During this challenging situation with COVID-19, we are doing our utmost to protect the health and safety of our community and the wider population. We have made the difficult decision to cancel Alumni Reunion 2020. While we regret we will not see you this spring, our thoughts are very much with the well-being of all our alumni and their families. We wish you the best as we face the challenges ahead together.
For FAQs and President Gertler’s latest message to the U of T community, visit the University’s COVID-19 page. Have questions? Contact us.

St. Basil’s Parish closed to public

St. Basil’s is now closed to the public. All Masses, both daily and weekend, and parish events are cancelled, and the parish offices are also closed. More information from the parish is available online:

Building Closures

In light of the recent urgent announcements on March 17 from federal, provincial and municipal governments, buildings on the campus of the University of St. Michael’s College are now closed to the public.

Senate, College Council, and Faculty Council Cancelled

In response to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, USMC is cancelling the upcoming Senate (March 23), College Council (March 30), and Faculty Council (Theology – March 18) meetings. More information can be found in this message.

Event Cancellations

The health, safety and well-being of our community members is very important to us. We regret to inform you that owing to the current situation with COVID-19, the following events have been cancelled until further notice:

  • AI: Inside and Out panel (March 17)
  • The 2020 Langan Lecture (March 18)
  • Conservation Studio Workshop with Kristine Rose-Beers (March 21)
  • The Alway Symposium 2020 (March 22-23)
  • The Faculty of Theology Keenan Lecture (March 26)
  • The 2020 Alumni and Friends Lenten Twilight Retreat (March 31)
  • The 2020 Gilson Lecture (April 7)
  • “The Power of Radical Kinship”: a Talk by Fr. Greg Boyle, SJ (April 21)
  • The Sheptytsky Institute Collection at the Kelly Library (April 23)

Please accept our apologies and our best wishes for your continued health and well-being. Updates from the University of Toronto regarding COVID-19 can be found here: