Studying on campus

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Update on restrictions 21 July 2021

University buildings including libraries and study spaces are currently closed unless being accessed for an approved safe study space, approved research or other approved activity. If you need a safe study space on campus, you can submit a request.

If you have on-campus classes timetabled, there is no need to change your class allocations to online options. Most classes will be delivered online until we can return to campus and some essential in-person activities may be rescheduled to later in the teaching period. Subject coordinators will advise you of temporary alternative class arrangements, via the LMS.

Stop 1, students services and the Library including the Print Retrieval service are available through virtual delivery. The University Health Service is still open if you need medical care.

If you do attend campus, please remember it is mandatory to scan the QR code to check in to each space you enter on campus.

When Victorian restrictions change, a further update will be provided. Please monitor your student email.

Where to study on campus

Things to keep in mind

We’re delighted to welcome you back to our campuses, and we look forward to being reunited with our students studying outside Australia when you will be able to join us.

Here are some key things to keep in mind when accessing study spaces on campus:

Entering a study space

Make sure to check in to every space you enter by scanning the displayed QR code. If you haven't already, please download the Service Victoria app.

Please note that every individual member of a group needs to scan the QR code upon entry.

While on campus

  • Ensure you have completed the COVIDSafe module before coming to campus
  • Follow the COVIDSafe mandatory guidelines while on campus
  • Use headphones when listening to lectures or participating in classes to minimise disruption to other students in the space

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