COVID-19: Advice for Students, Staff & Community
The Scottish Government has published a route-map setting out the order in which it will seek carefully to change current restrictions. As lockdown measures slowly lift, RGU will implement a phased return to campus guided by five principles. We will prioritise:
- The safety and mental, emotional and physical wellbeing of all our students and staff.
- Securing the confidence of staff, students and their families based on evidence and information so that they can plan for the session ahead.
- Consistency with the Scottish Government’s framework for decision making and measures in place such as distancing, managing attendance and wider protective actions.
- The ability to prioritise learners including those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
- Alignment with the national effort to fight the spread of COVID-19.
Our 2020/2021 academic session will commence on Monday 28 September 2020. We are preparing to start the new semester with a blended delivery of safe on campus teaching and digital learning. This will mean that there will be digital delivery of lectures, tutorials, forums and class activities and we will be making the best use of our campus with appropriate measures in place.
We will regularly update our FAQ pages with information and guidance as our planning progresses.
Studying at RGU
How we can support your studies during the COVID-19 pandemic and how this affects the student experience.
Working for RGU
How the Coronavirus arrangements will affect how you work as RGU staff.
COVID-19: On Campus Facilities
How our COVID-19 arrangements have affected services and support offered by our on-campus facilities such as RGU Library and RGU SPORT.
Our Response to COVID-19
The approach of the University and the measures we have put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.