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COVID-19: keeping you safe on campus

We continue to work hard to ensure the health and safety of our community, with measures on campus including

  • Ventilation of teaching and learning spaces 
  • Timetabling to mitigate against overcrowding
  • Regular and thorough cleaning throughout campus 
  • Hand sanitisers in place at entrances, exits and throughout buildings

The wearing of face coverings will be expected and recommended on entry to, and when moving around, buildings. 

We are actively encouraging all students and staff to have two vaccines and to regularly take part in Covid-testing, and are working with local authorities to help facilitate this. Further information on our vaccination programme and Covid-testing is available through the links below.

We are also advocating that our community acts considerately and with empathy in relation to personal space, respecting that some people will feel more comfortable maintaining a wider distance from others.

We will continue to monitor and adapt to changes in Government guidance to ensure the safety of our university community. 

International Students

If you are an international student and unable to travel because of restrictions, and/or if you need to self-isolate on arrival, we will keep in touch with further details on support available. Check our arrivals page for guidance on planning your journey to Hull and read about our remote study policy.

 

Current measures to keep you safe on campus
Lateral flow testing
Local Test Centre
COVID-19 and
self-isolation
Student support
Graduation