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Here at Staffordshire University, we are doing everything we can to support our students and staff through the COVID-19 pandemic. This page contains all of the latest updates from the University.
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All our on-campus courses will provide an exciting mix of learning and teaching approaches. The exact mix will vary for each course area, but all (full time undergraduate) students will benefit from an active on-campus experience, with at least three days each week of scheduled on-campus learning and student experience activity. You'll find more details in the Student Charter.
On Monday 19 July 2021, we moved to Step 4 of the Government’s roadmap in which almost all remaining COVID-19 restrictions were lifted.
While this marks a significant milestone in returning to normality after lockdown, our priority remains the health and wellbeing of our students, staff and University community, while also ensuring a valuable and enriching on-campus experience.
We are therefore, for the time being, planning to maintain a number of the measures we have in place to ensure our campuses remain COVID-secure, and will continue to follow Government and Department for Education guidance as it emerges, adapting as required, and looking at how it applies to all aspects of our University's activities.
We encourage all staff, students and visitors to be understanding of other’s personal circumstances and considerate of individuals that may continue to follow their own extra precautions.
While face coverings are no longer a requirement by law, our University policy will continue to require all students, staff and visitors to wear a face covering while moving through all University and Students’ Union buildings, unless you are exempt.
This policy will be regularly reviewed and has been assessed prior to the start of the next academic year. The University will next review this policy at Christmas.
In line with Government guidance, stating that social distancing is no longer mandatory in Step 4 of the roadmap, we will be removing the one-metre plus (1m+) social distancing policy in our University buildings, including offices, lecture theatres and classrooms.
Testing remains an important step we can all take in terms of looking after our own health and that of other students and staff. It is expected that students and staff will test regularly, at least twice a week, using the lateral flow tests which are now widely available.
Please remember that even if you have had one or both doses of your COVID-19 vaccination, you can still catch the virus and you can still pass it on to others. It is important that you continue to get tested, and if you test positive, you must still self-isolate for ten days.
Test reporting is essential. How you report your result depends on how you get tested.
The links below include the latest guidance from the UK Government with regards to the return of students in 2021, and how these changes affect you.
Find out how to get a test and get self-isolation guidance.
If you are self isolating, then you need to let us know via this form.
All students returning to campus must regularly get tested to help maintain our COVID-secure campuses. Report your test result University using this form.
If you require any additional support, the COVID-19 Support and Response Team are available 24/7
We continue to work around the clock to ensure that our campuses remain safe for students, as well as our staff. Find out more about our COVID-secure campuses and the measures we have in place.
We are committed to creating a safe home environment and a sense of belonging for students living in halls.
Read more about our COVID-secure accommodation.
We place students at the heart of everything we do, which is why we remain committed to providing support and services that enable you to enjoy the best possible experience while studying with us. To learn more about the support available, check our student support page.
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This page was last updated on Thursday 21 October 2021 at 11.32am. Please check back for the latest guidance.
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