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Coronavirus (Covid-19) infection: University of Sydney advice

Last updated Wednesday 13 May 6pm
We're committed to supporting our students, staff and community members through this difficult time. We will continue to update you as we adapt to life and study during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Latest updates

Wednesday 13 May

  • Semester 2, 2020 will commence 3 weeks later than usual, on 24 August and exams will end on 12 December. All classes will commence online while the Unviersity considers plans for the gradual return to in-person teaching for students who can attend campus, depending on future Government advice. Find out more about Semester 2.

Tuesday 7 April

  • As part of the University's commitment to ensuring no student is academically disadvantaged as a result of the health crisis, a ‘no-disadvantage’ approach to assessment will be adopted for Semester 1, 2020.

Friday 27 March

  • For the safety and security of our community, given the significantly reduced number of people on campus, this evening we will move the campus to after-hours mode.  You will need to use your student card to access buildings and study spaces.

Wednesday 25 March

  • Due to Government restrictions to help stop the spread of COVID-19, the University’s libraries will be closed from Thursday 26 March, see the Campus Operations section below for more details.
  • More information about how the University will host mid-semester online exams and tests is now online. Specific details for most units will be made available by this Friday 27 March, on Canvas and in Unit of Study Outlines.

Ask Dr Karl: COVID-19

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News

14 May 2020

How our University activities have adapted to the online world

It’s easier than ever to get involved in University life – you don’t even need to leave the house. With everyone studying online, our University and extra-curricular programs have transitioned online too.
22 April 2020

6 ways to work on your career while social distancing

It may seem counterintuitive but now is a valuable opportunity to work on your career goals. Our Careers Centre has compiled some tips on how to get started and what you should be looking out for as more employers move their recruitment online.
25 March 2020

How to set up your off-campus study space

Now that classes have moved online, it’s a good time to make sure you have all the essentials for the perfect off-campus set-up. We’ve put together a few tips and suggestions to help you get comfortable, healthy and productive.