Updated March 10, 2021
Zone 1 (Moncton and Southeast NB) is currently in the Yellow level of the provincial recovery plan. The Fitness Centre is now open to community members who have memberships, and groups and participants who have rented Mount Allison facilities for sport/fitness activities are able to access the Athletic Centre. Find out more at mountiepride.ca.
- The Fitness Centre is open to all current students, faculty, and staff, and members of the public who have memberships.
- Capacity will be limited to ensure physical distancing can be maintained.
- Reservations are encouraged (http://www.mountiepride.ca/fitness/FCbookingschedule), but drop ins will be accepted if space is available.
- Masks will be mandatory during entry and exit from the Centre, but not during exercise as long as physical distancing is maintained.
- The Athletic Centre is open.
- The gymnasium and weight room are currently only available for small supervised groups.
- All users must enter and exit through the main doors and report to the reception desk.
- The pool is open to all current students, faculty, and staff, and members of the public who have memberships.
- All swimmers must check in at the reception desk before proceeding to the pool area.
- The field is open for individual use daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. — users must abide by the protocols on the posted signage.
- Group sessions must be requested through and approved by the director of athletics and recreation
Complete details on the Mounties Athletics return to play plan are available at: http://www.mountiepride.ca/sports/general/releases/returntoplayplay
2020-21 sports season
- Atlantic University Sport (AUS) and the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) have announced they will not proceed with regular season competition or conference championships for the remainder of the 2020-21 season.
- Schools will be permitted to engage in competition if they wish, in accordance with public health directives. This would permit schools to organize matches with other teams in close geographic proximity, for example, if public health guidelines allow.
- At Mount Allison this will impact badminton, basketball, cross-country, football, hockey, rugby, soccer, swimming, and volleyball.
- Mount Allison will continue to offer programming for student-athletes. Coaches will be in place and teams will continue to train, while adhering to public health requirements and guidelines.
- A similar approach will be taken for club sports, allowing student-athletes to continue within public health regulations. Plans for individual club sport teams are being finalized and will be updated as they are completed.
- The University will honour athletic financial awards, provided student-athletes continue to take part in athletics programs.
- The national governing body for the AUS, U SPORTS, has announced that if there is no national championship in a given sport, student-athletes in that sport will not consume a year of eligibility.