Message from Professor Ian Anderson AO, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Student and University Experience)
As some of us prepare to return to campus to resume some resemblance of normal, I would like to start this message by acknowledging the work of the many staff who have remained on campus for the past few months to keep the buildings secure, our computers running well, processing our pays each fortnight and supporting the residential students for whom campus is home (among other things!). I’m sure they’ve been enjoying the peace and quiet to some degree, but are also looking forward to seeing some more friendly faces around the place. Thank you for all your work during these unprecedented times.
You will have seen the Vice-Chancellor’s blog last Friday about the graduated return to campus, and I know many of you have seen the stages of return on the website. Today’s edition of On&OffCampus provides more of the operational and day to day information you will need for a safe return to campus. This information for returning to campus will guide and inform decisions about local areas, which will be made by Deans, Portfolio heads, School and Service Division Directors. These staff will be communicating directly with you on their decisions and when it is safe for you to return.
» Read DVC's full message here
A COVID safe return to campus
The University's Return to Campus Taskforce has created a graduated system for our return to campus.
Information about the activities to ensure a CovidSafe campus is available here.
» More information here