What you need to know and do when you come to campus.
Metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria currently have additional restrictions in place. These restrictions override any other advice presented on this site. We look forward to welcoming more students and staff back to campus.
Before you come to campus: checklist
If you’re coming to campus, you must:
- Complete the COVIDSafe Campus online module in the LMS, which includes a health declaration – you only need to complete the module once, so there’s no need to do it again if you already have!
- Update your contact details: We need your contact details to quickly and effectively contact trace in case there is a COVID-19 case on campus.
- Carry a face mask at all times, and wear it when legally required. Check Victorian Government face mask advice for more information.
- Read more at Attending campus advice for students
Every time you come to campus
We all have a role to play to keep our campuses and community safe. Stay home if you are unwell, adhere to physical distancing, maintain hand hygiene, cover your cough and sneeze, ‘check in’ to buildings and spaces , and carry and wear a face mask as required.
All students and staff are reminded:
- Monitor the evolving list of exposure sites, dates and times and follow directions regarding testing and self-isolation provided by the Department of Health
- Observe COVIDSafe behaviours
- Do not attend campus if you have symptoms and please get tested
- Check in at every building you visit on campus using the QR code displayed
- If you, or another member of the University community, have visited an exposure site, are a contact of someone with COVID-19 or test positive for COVID-19, please follow the University’s testing and notification process for COVID-19.
We also understand that this is a difficult and stressful time for everyone and we encourage you to check in on each other, help each other out where possible, and to continue to monitor and comply with public health advice. Additional information is available on the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services and Australian Government Department of Health websites.
We urge everyone to continue to follow the advice of government health authorities with regard to maintaining good hygiene practices. Additional information is available on the Victorian Government Department of Health and Human Services and Australian Government Department of Health websites.