Return to Campus replaces the UNE’s previous COVID Information page. All the information that you found on the COVID Information page is now housed on this site for staff, students, HDR students and researchers.

The way forward

In line with NSW Health regulations the University is not allowing anyone to attend any University campuses who are traveling to and from areas of Victoria with COVID-19 outbreaks until control of community transmission has been confirmed.

UNE has developed a return-to-campus roadmap that acknowledges the government’s planned easing of restrictions and ensures all of UNE’s campus services, retail outlets and recreational activities are compliant.

A COVID Safe plan has been developed in consultation with key stakeholders to ensure the ongoing safety of staff and students as they transition back to campus.

UNE is actively planning for the most likely scenario for Trimester Two, which is that the majority of teaching continues online. Further updates to this information will be provided as appropriate, in line with government relaxation of travel and social distancing restrictions.

We are striving to support students to be successful in their studies through several measures. Please refer to Supporting Information for Students on the student support package to help you through COVID-19 disruption.

Information relating to the COVID-19 impact on Researchers and HDR students and their return to campus will be updated as it becomes available.

We continue to follow the guidance and direction of State and Federal governments to ensure our planning reflects the most up to date advice.

If you are feeling unwell, please do not visit our campuses and please seek medical support.

A COVIDSafe Campus

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The University must safeguard, to a reasonably practicable level, the health and safety of students, workers and other stakeholders on campus. This includes having measures in place to eliminate or manage the risks arising from COVID-19.