COVID-19 Update

Briercrest College and Seminary will continue to monitor evolving best practices and remain highly adaptive. In keeping with Saskatchewan Health Association (SHA) guidance, Briercrest is operating with a nearly comprehensive return to normal practices.

  • Briercrest Christian Academy continues to provide in-person instruction.
     
  • Briercrest College continues to provide in-person instruction and online programs.
     
  • Briercrest Seminary is transitioning as of May 1, 2022, to a hybrid in-person and online delivery of courses. Which courses will be delivered in-person or online can be viewed on the Seminary Course Schedule.
     
  • International Student are subject to specific travel restrictions as per Federal Canadian legislation.
     
  • Briercrest College & Seminary remains a remains a registered distribution centre for SHA and still has a good supply of rapid antigen tests available to anyone in need..

Briercrest College and Seminary will continue to consult with SHA to keep our plans up-to-date and responsive to unfolding events.

 
Updated: Tuesday, May 10, 2022

What you need to know

International Student Travel

Briercrest Christian Academy
 
Events
 
General Information

For COVID-19 information from the Province of Saskatchewan, please use the links below.

 

 

Rapid Testing

Briercrest is now able to provide Rapid Antigen Testing for outside guests and alumni coming on campus. The fee for the test is $20.00.  This includes outside guests coming for campus visits, parents and alumni attending sporting events or other events on campus requiring a Proof of Vaccination.

Please contact Student Development 306.756.3360 to set up an appointment for a rapid test.

 

Updates will be posted on this page as Briercrest’s status and/or circumstances change amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Briercrest is proceeding in line with the directives of the Saskatchewan Health Authority in its commitment to the safety of the members of our Briercrest community.

The classes have provided ways in which to challenge my thinking, and how I communicate what I am learning. I've noticed that I bring a more gracious and thoughtful approach to my sermons and lectures at the church where I am serving.
Nathan Scott (Seminary)