COVID-19 information for MHC
Supporting a safe learning and working environment
Medicine Hat College remains focused on delivering quality educational experiences to students while protecting the health and wellness of our campus communities.
In response to provincial public health orders for post-secondary institutions, MHC requires individuals on campuses in Medicine Hat and Brooks to be fully vaccinated, OR be able to demonstrate proof of a negative rapid test completed within 72 hours prior to being on campus or an approved medical exemption.
To upload proof of vaccination, negative rapid test or approved medical exemption, click the button below to start MHC's COVID-19 Policy Verification process and watch for confirmation of validation.
If you need support using the system, please contact email@example.com.
Visitors (ages 12+)
- Medicine Hat Campus: Please visit the security desk at the main entrance and be prepared to present your proof of vaccination, negative rapid test, or approved medical exemption.
- Brooks Campus: Please visit the information desk in the main foyer and be prepared to present your proof of vaccination, negative rapid test, or approved medical exemption.
Decision trees are available to employees, supervisors, instructors and students at MHC. Have questions about how to proceed when experiencing COVID-related symptoms, or how to respond when notified by someone who is feeling ill? Check out the resources below for more information.
Campus Access & Hours
Restricted access is now lifted and entrance into campus facilities can be gained through most points of entry during regular operating hours.
Hours of Operation
MHC will not be reinstating 24 hour access at this time.
Medicine Hat Campus
Monday - Saturday: 7 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Monday - Friday: 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
- Common Grounds and the cafeteria are open at the Medicine Hat campus
- PD's Restaurant is open at the Brooks campus.
Provincial Quick Links
- Alberta Health Services Updates
- COVID-19 info for Albertans
- Cases in Alberta
- Targeted Public Health Measures
- Province of Alberta (Help in Tough Times)
For more information about safety and security on campus, please contact:
Manager,Occupational Health & Safety
To reach Campus Security, please call:
In an emergency, please call 9-1-1.