March 26, 2020

COVID-19 Resources

APUS staff are continuing to work remotely to help you find resources, answers to your questions, and advocacy support with the U of T campuses are closed. Please check this page for updates, information and resources related to the ongoing COVID-19 situation.

Scroll down for more information about the following APUS COVID-19 related services:

  • APUS COVID-19 Resource List
  • APUS Long-Term Laptop Loan Program
  • APUS Contact Information during the campus closure

APUS COVID-19 Resource List

In an effort to make sure resources are accessible all in one place, APUS has put together a COVID-19 Resource List which we will be updating regularly. Please contact advocacy@apus.ca with any questions.

APUS Long-Term Laptop Loan Program

Are you a part-time student who needs access to a laptop in order to complete your assignments and exams this semester? APUS has a limited number of laptops to loan to current part-time students who do not have access to a personal computer and require one to complete their Fall semester courses.

We introduced the APUS Long-Term Laptop Program during the Winter 2020 semester when campus, and campus libraries, closed due to COVID. We are happy to be able to continue this program.

To apply to this program, please email our Member Services Coordinator, Alice at services@apus.ca.

APUS Contact Information During the Campus Closure

We hope to reopen our in-person facilities in time for the Fall 2022 semester. In the meantime, APUS staff are continuing to work remotely to help you find resources, answers to your questions, and advocacy support. You can contact us as follows:

  • Member Services Coordinator at services@apus.ca for questions related to the Health & Dental Plan, the APUS Fall/Winter Bursary Program, and other APUS Services.
  • Academic Advocacy Coordinator at advocacy@apus.ca for questions related to academic accommodations and general academic support & advocacy. 
  • Executive Director at ed@apus.ca for questions related to office closures, the APUS Long-Term Laptop Program, and any other questions.