University of Roehampton: Coronavirus (COVID-19) information and support for current and prospective students, and staff, can be found on this page. Please use the menu above to select whether you are a current or prospective student, or a member of staff.
We are planning to return to a campus-led approach to learning, teaching, assessment and campus life, in a safe way, throughout 2021/22. Unless there is a re-introduction of government restrictions, we expect the majority of students will come to campus for in-person teaching in 2021-2022 (except if you study on a distance learning programme). At the same time, we will be keeping some of the arrangements that you have told us worked for you, to facilitate flexible access to learning and learning resources. Our focus will be on interactive learning and teaching through lectures, seminars, labs, workshops, rehearsals and practical sessions supported by digital learning activities.
We are planning for Welcome Week and the return of in-person events and activities, while still providing for those who are unable to make it back campus. We look forward to offering a wide range of in-person activities across next academic year and we have also developed plans to ensure that our student services remain flexible, to ensure they suit your needs. We will do our best to reschedule activities or run them differently if we need to make changes due to coronavirus.
We have robust measures in place to ensure and protect the health and wellbeing of our community. You can read more about them in the links below.
Please click here to get the latest NHS information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19). If you have any questions or concerns about coronavirus, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.