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Advanced Education: COVID-19 and campus infrastructure

COVID-19 and campus infrastructure

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on Canada’s colleges and universities.

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Ross Homeniuk

Partner, Advisory, National Leader, Infrastructure Asset & Operations Management

KPMG in Canada

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Navigating COVID-19-related disruption will require advanced education institutions to travel through four distinct stages. The plans and decisions made by leaders as they complete this journey will play a key role in shaping an institution's focus, operations, and ability to position for long-term success.

As key enablers of program and service delivery, campus facilities and infrastructure will play an important role as institutions navigate the pandemic and position for post-COVID-19 success. Speaking with advanced education leaders, we've identified some key questions that institutions should be asking to understand current and coming implications, and how these may influence go forward plans and decisions.

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