Updated guidance for prospective students, including:
How has teaching worked at Roehampton since social distancing began? Click here to find out more.
What will it be like to study at Roehampton in September? Click here to find out more.
How will teaching actually happen at Roehampton from September? Click here to find out more.
Which technologies will we use to study online? Click here to find out more.
What happens if there is another lockdown? Click here to find out more.
Government and NHS update
The latest guidance states that everyone must stay at home as much as possible to help control the virus.
This includes people of all ages – even if you do not have any symptoms or other health conditions.
This means everyone must:
stay at home as much as possible
work from home if you can
limit contact with other people
keep your distance if you go out (2 metres apart where possible)
wash your hands regularly
Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.
You should also wash your hands as soon as you get home.
Visit the GOV.UK website here to read more about what you can and cannot do.
University of Roehampton update
The University moved all learning, teaching and assessment online from Wednesday 18 March 2020 until further notice. Only essential services are open on campus (view further information). Students and staff can continue to access these services but must follow guidance on social distancing. The Roehampton Lane site is now accessible via Stuart Lodge only.
Resident students on the Roehampton Lane site, please leave via Stuart Lodge only
Whitelands resident students, please use the pass gate only
Following the government announcement on 10 May, staff who have agreed arrangements in place with regard to working remotely remain the same.
Staff ID permissions are being changed so that they will no longer be able to access any building
If staff need to come onto campus you can only do so for essential purposes and must book a time with Security, who will allow them access
Following government guidance, all staff should be working at home, apart from the University's essential workers