Guidance on the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak

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Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, our buildings are closed until further notice.

We want to reassure everyone that classes will still be delivered online for our students and we will continue to keep services running through online contact methods where we can. Although subject to change as we are still in a fast-moving situation, our plans for reopening can be seen here. We have also developed ‘Return to Campus guides’: one for staff, and one for students.

Our Residences will remain open and we will continue to support students who have to stay in residences.

As and when there are further changes, we will distribute updates as soon as possible. Staff and students are requested to monitor their email accounts, and check  this web page, Facebook and Twitter.  The Scottish Government have created a student information website for key information.

Our Climbing Centre and Academy of Sport and Wellbeing are also closed, although everyone can access online fitness classes via the ASW Facebook page

We have a list of FAQs that are regularly updated, and University-wide information can be found at www.uhi.ac.uk/coronavirus

Please see our information on Course Assessments

For student online learning support, please see our guidance.

For 24/7 digital mental health support, please see more information about Big White Wall.

Student Funding: you can find up-to-date information on EMA, Bursary, Discretionary/Hardship Funds, SAAS, SLC, at this link. The Scottish Government's guide to student finance can be found here. If you need to make contact with our Student Funding Team for further advice and guidance you can do so by emailing studentfunding.perth@uhi.ac.uk

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Stay connected with your Student Engagement Team

Sam Monie was vlogging every week, over on our Youtube Channel. You can find the full playlist here.

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Official sources of guidance

NHS Inform

Health Protection Scotland

Scottish Government

A free helpline has been set up for those who do not have symptoms but are looking for general health advice: 0800 028 2816.

For information and practical advice on how you can help in your community, please see readyscotland.org

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