Last updated: Friday 6 May
We are excited to welcome you to the University as we reactivate our campuses. COVID-19 vaccination (or valid exemption) is a requirement for anyone attending our campuses to minimise the risk of COVID-19 to our community. Please ensure you validate your vaccination information before you attend campus for the first time.
The University's dedicated COVID-19 website has all the information you need about attending campus, including enhanced cleaning protocols, public health advice, improvements to ventilation, access to outdoor spaces, masks and rapid antigen tests.
We have created a new FAQ guide for everything you need to know about staying COVIDSafe on campus:
The following are open for in-person services:
- All libraries are open and face-to-face services have resumed - learn more at Library Services (COVID-19 Update).
- Stop 1 at Parkville and Southbank is open for limited in-person services including vaccination verification, general enrolment enquiries, and pickup for student cards and academic statements. For specialist course planning advice, you can book a virtual appointment.
- University Health Service
- MU Sport
The University is also running a festival of face-to-face activities and events to help you connect with others, get involved in University life and feel at home on campus throughout Semester 1, 2022. For more information and to register for events, visit Discover Unimelb.
The following student services are currently available online:
- Stop 1 virtual and phone services, including course planning advice
- Library virtual services, including Library Chat and the Print Retrieval postage service
- Academic Skills appointments and resources to develop study strategies for learning online at home and upcoming assessment preparation.
- Financial Aid may be available if you require short-term assistance for extraordinary financial circumstances. Please contact the team to discuss what options might be available to you, noting that one-off financial hardship grants are available to help pay for critical expenses such as food, rent and bills.
Health and wellbeing
There are a range of student support services available to help you stay well and thrive in your studies, including:
- University Health Service
- Counselling & Psychological Services
- After-hours mental health crisis support
- COVID-19 vaccinations
- Free meal packs, including fresh fruit and vegetable boxes.
International students outside Australia
Fully vaccinated eligible visa holders can now enter Australia without the need for a travel exemption. We are excited to welcome all students to our campuses and hope you will join us soon . For more information visit international student arrivals.
Graduate researchers whose work cannot continue remotely should liaise with their supervisors and follow the process outlined on the Graduate Research Hub.
Teaching and learning
- Second Half Year 2022 (including Semester 2): subjects will be in one of three delivery modes: Dual-Delivery, Online or On Campus.
- From 2023: most subjects will be taught on campus only with flexible options limited to a select number of postgraduate programs and individual subjects.
Advice for specific cohorts
Travel advice, support services and FAQs for international students.
Advice for research-related activities during COVID-19 government restrictions.
Exchange and study abroad
Updates for students on, or planning to go on, exchange overseas.
What you need to know if you've applied or have an offer to study with us.