The University of Canberra continues to monitor the unfolding Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak to ensure that we respond effectively and appropriately in the best interests of our staff, students and broader community.
These are unique and challenging circumstances in a constantly changing environment of global significance and the University is committed to providing our community with the best support possible.
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There are some key processes and procedures to follow in relation to health and travel, testing, isolation and quarantine.
Medical and counselling services at the University of Canberra remain open and have transitioned to online video and telephone consultations throughout the COVID-19 crisis.
The University of Canberra has reactivated its Bruce campus for all operations and staff in a gradual approach, while complying with Government advice.
UC is here to provide support and guidance to all our students through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University is committed to supporting our students during this uncertain time. There is a range of advice, services, support and guidelines available for students.
The University has been working hard on developing suitable learning and teaching solutions to enable students to transition to an online learning environment.
UC has allowed flexibility for our HDR candidates, ensuring that each person can have adjustments made in line with their personal circumstances, and where they are in their candidature.
The University has reactivated the campus. Some staff, however, will continue working from home and can continue to access the support services available to remain connected.