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If you are one of our current or graduating students, don’t forget that we post regular updates to the MyStaffsUni app with the latest advice and guidance. You can also find details of support available to student parents, as well as advice on keeping well and staying connected, under the COVID-19: Return to Campus tile on MyStaffsUni. Remember to use your University IT login details to access the app.
Earlier this week, the UK Government introduced a new three-tier system of restrictions in England in a bid to slow the spread of COVID-19. Stricter regulations have also been introduced in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
At the time of writing (Friday 16 October 2020), Staffordshire University’s facilities in Stoke-on-Trent, Stafford, Shrewsbury and Lichfield are located in areas with ‘medium’ local COVID alert levels – the least severe of the three tiers, which currently covers most of the country. Further details of the three-tier system introduced in England can be found on the gov.uk website.
The London Borough of Hackney, where the Staffordshire University London Digital Institute is located, is expected to move to a ‘high’ local COVID alert level from Saturday 17 October 2020. This change will not prevent students from travelling to our Digital Institute to engage in face-to-face teaching sessions. All individuals studying at our London campus should have received a separate email from our University containing additional information.
The UK Government advises that you should avoid travelling to any part of the country subject to ‘very high’ local COVID alert levels.
To help maintain a COVID-secure environment for our students, staff and local communities, we also ask that students living in University-managed residences or private student accommodation avoid travelling beyond the local areas in which their term-time addresses are situated – especially if their intended destinations are subject to ‘high’ or ‘very high’ local COVID alert levels.
Students may continue to travel to access education within both ‘medium’ and ‘high’ local COVID alert level areas, according to the latest government advice. Please follow the guidance below when travelling:
It is also important that you respect the rules in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Do not travel to different parts of the UK if your intended activities are prohibited by legislation passed by the devolved administration in question.
If you or someone you live with develop symptoms of COVID-19, don’t delay. Request a test and follow the steps outlined on our website.
Staffordshire University has created a dedicated COVID-19 Support and Response Team to provide advice and support to students affected by coronavirus. To contact our team, call 01782 298 500 or email email@example.com.
To learn more about the COVID-secure measures implemented by Staffordshire University, as well as the support available to our students, check out the link below.
Co-located with the Art and Design Degree Show, GradEX represents an opportunity for our final-year students to exhibit the exciting and innovative work they have completed during their time at Staffordshire University.
To protect the safety and wellbeing of our University community, we took the difficult decision to cancel the physical editions of these exhibitions in 2020. However, we appreciate the extent to which these events benefit both our University community and external partners alike, which is why we have created opportunities for our students to showcase their talents and expertise, and make connections with prospective employers, through our virtual platforms.
To learn more about our first ever digital editions of GradEX20 and the Art and Design Degree Show, visit the GradEX20 website.
Whether you’re a new or returning student, you must complete online enrolment. This will start you on the process to becoming an official Staffordshire University student.
Once you have received your email providing you with a username and password, you need to visit e:VisionStaffs (our student portal) and follow the steps to complete online enrolment. Don’t worry, it only takes about 15 minutes.
If you haven't received this email yet, please contact our Enquiries team by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +44(0)1782 294400. If you are struggling with online enrolment, you can find our online enrolment FAQs for new and returning students on the welcome website.
We are changing the way we deliver our courses from September 2020 to ensure a great student experience within a COVID-secure environment.
If you are a current Staffordshire University student, you can find out more about the approach that each of our departments is taking by visiting the ‘Course Changes’ tile on the MyStaffsUni app.
Staffordshire University is following the latest government guidance regarding the use of face coverings on our campuses. Find out more about the use of face coverings on campus by visiting our Face Coverings information webpage.
If you or someone you live with has symptoms of COVID-19, tests positive for COVID-19 or, if you have been contacted by NHS Track and Trace and need to self-isolate, you can access support and guidance on the steps you need to follow to help the University maintain a covid-secure environment via the link below.
Our response and support processes are designed to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our students. By understanding these, keeping informed and taking action when it’s necessary, we will be able to offer information advice and support.
See our guidance and support page
Stay at home and follow the self-isolation guidance if:
If you are self-isolating:
Detailed self-isolation guidance can be found on the NHS website.
If you are self-isolating and are a Student at the University, please ensure you fill out Self-Isolation Declaration form for students.
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Staffordshire University Sport
We’re delighted to say that we’re ready to open our doors again this September.
It has been so inspiring to see how the UK population has embraced exercise during lockdown and I very much hope that you’ve been able to stay active from home.
We can't wait to welcome you to the sports centre so that we can support your health and fitness journey. We’ve been working hard behind the scenes to create a safe environment for you to visit and we’ve made some changes to how we usually do things.
Our changes have been guided by the experts at UK Active, the UK government and Public Health England. Please read this information carefully — we know it’s a lot to take in, but it’s important that we all work together to keep our centre safe.
Gym Reopening Dates and Times
Current Gym Members (access available from Monday 7 September 2020):Current students who are members of the gym can access facilities from Monday 7 September 2020. The facilities will be open Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 7pm. You will be able to reactivate your membership by coming into the Sports centre. The centre will also be open to come and have a look round and to show the safety measures we have in place.
Full Sports Centre Reopening Hours (from Monday 14 September 2020): Monday to Friday - 7.30am to 10pmSaturday - CLOSEDSunday - Midday to 9pm
How to join the gym
Online sign up will be available from Monday 14 September for new and returning members at https://www.staffs.ac.uk/about/facilities/sports-centre/gym-membership
If you are living in University accommodation at our Stafford campus, we will be in touch shortly through our residence teams about how you activate your membership at Beacon Sports and Fitness Centre.
How we're ensuring a COVID-secure Sports Centre:
We’re going to keep you safe:
How our sports sessions will work
Maintaining Social Distancing at the Sports Centre
What to do when visiting the Sports Centre
To make this work, we need to work together. Here’s how you can help:
Social and Team Sports
Our social and team sports will be running and guided by each sport's national governing body. We are currently working with the University and the British Universities & College Sport (BUCS) closely to develop a ‘return to play’. Advice is evolving as restrictions change, so we'll continue to monitor and update our plans to ensure it's in line with the what the government is advising. To keep up with the latest information on our team sports follow our social media channels.
Our central teams have been working really hard preparing for your return and our centre teams have been patiently waiting to return and welcome you. Your cooperation and support with our changes will help our teams put them into practice effectively.
We can't wait to welcome you in September!
This page was last updated on Friday 16 October 2020 at 3.13pm. Please check back for the latest guidance.
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