In 2021, we are an on-campus university, with safety at the heart of everything we do.
COVID-safe plans are in place for all the rich and varied learning and teaching, research and social activities across our campuses.
Do not come to campus if you have a fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, or loss or change in sense of taste or smell – however mild.
The situation around COVID-19, border restrictions, and quarantine is constantly changing. For up-to-date information, please check the Tasmanian Government Coronavirus website.
- 29 March: Local government areas in Queensland and venues in NSW have been declared high-risk. Visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au for detailed lists and to ensure you are following the latest Public Health advice.
- 15 March: Students on campus in Tasmania – Following Tasmanian Government advice, we are able to make a change to our physical distancing approach to help with face-to-face group learning. You can now be in groups of up to 8 students if the current room capacity limit allows for this. There must be at least 1.5 metres separating one group from another group.
- 5 February: Read this booklet for the latest on Staying Covid safe on campus.
- Visit the links below for more information.