Government Coronavirus (COVID-19) resources
The University Health Service is currently offering face-to-face and telephone consultations, as well as COVID-19 Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccinations, and booster doses. Make sure you have your student card, as the University Health Service can only take on new patients that are current students or staff of the University. If you are attending the University Health Service in person, please bring and wear your own face mask for your appointment.
If you need assistance, you can make a face-to-face appointment at the Student Centre. You can also get in touch by making an online enquiry or by phone. Find out how to contact the Student Centre.
Library hours have now returned to normal operational mode, and all library information desks on our campuses have returned to in-person staffing from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. Masks will not be required to be worn by students or non-customer-facing staff in the Library, but will be encouraged. All learning hubs have been reopened and will only require swipe access after-hours. Other information on library operations is available on the library website.
To help students remotely, our student support services are available online.
Contact us for advice, assistance, a consultation, or other support in relation to these areas:
Food outlets and shops on campus have returned to normal operations.
The Sports & Aquatic Centre, Arena Sports Centre and Ledge Climbing Centre are open. Visit the SUSF website for further updates.
The Chau Chak Wing Museum and Seymour Centre have both reopened, with COVID-19 safety measures in place. Check the website for more information.