IMPORTANT NOTICE: Face-to-face teaching suspended from Monday 23 March 2020.
To safeguard the health and safety of our students and staff we are suspending all face to face teaching and will deliver teaching online from Monday 23 March.
All student support services can be accessed online.
We will reassess the situation after the Easter break, based on the most up-to-date information.
This page is for staff and students who may have concerns about the Coronavirus. We have compiled some useful FAQs and will update this page regularly. The health, welfare and safety of students and staff is the number one priority for the University.
We ask that students and staff support their fellow friends and colleagues at this time. Any kind of harassment or discrimination, including racial harassment, is totally unacceptable at the University and should be reported to Support and Report.
If you have any concerns about your health you should contact the free NHS 111 telephone helpline (or find specific advice on the NHS website if you are unable to get through). Do not go to your GP or hospital.
More detailed novel coronavirus information from PHE is also available. Students with any concerns or questions not answered below should email firstname.lastname@example.org – complex support needs or corona virus enquiries
email@example.com –extensions to work deadlines
firstname.lastname@example.org – financial difficulties and budgeting advice
email@example.com - new or on-going mental health support
firstname.lastname@example.org – access to counselling support
email@example.com – pastoral and emotional support
and firstname.lastname@example.org – support with employment, careers and placements