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University

Wherever possible, teaching and learning will be moved to an online format, and plans are being developed for those activities that cannot be readily substituted by an online format. Planned written paper examinations will not go ahead in their normal format in Trinity term. Instead, the University intends to move to an online approach. Details will follow as soon as more arrangements have been made. 

Please be assured that the sabbatical offices are working hard to ensure that provision is accessible. If you have concerns about examinations and assessment, please contact Ray Williams (VP Access and Academic Affairs) at vpaccaff@oxfordsu.ox.ac.uk   

Accommodation provision currently differs from college to college. Our sabbatical offers are lobbying hard to ensure that it will be provided for those who need it. Please keep checking back for updates.
If you are on your JCR committee and require support, please contact one of the sabbatical officers or our student engagement team.
The Student Loans Company has confirmed that students will receive their scheduled next instalment of their maintenance loan at the planned start of their summer term. Find more info here: ow.ly/7mIy50yRcz5 

 

If you are not receiving communications regarding Covid-19 from the university, please fill in this form: https://tinyurl.com/rs47s4s 

 

 

 

Advice

The health, welfare and safety of students and staff is the number one priority for the University. As the Government has increased measures to stop the spread of COVID-19, the University is taking further steps to safeguard our community.

Coronavirus: advice for University staff, students and departments.

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Updated government guidance including how to look after yourself, what to do if you have travelled recently and preventing the spread of the virus.

 

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Guidance for members of the public regarding COVID-19. COVOID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It's caused by a virus called coronavirus.

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Welfare & Practical Support 

The counselling service is continuing to operate through this challenging period. Until further notice, all appointments will take place on-line rather than in person. Our building at 3 Worcester Street is closed until further notice.

 

please email counselling@admin.ox.ac.uk 

Our Student Advice Service will continue provide advice via email.

Please contact them at advice@oxfordsu.ox.ac.uk  

The SU is currently planning a range of online activities and classes including yoga, gaming and knitting. More info to follow. 

In the meantime we have put together a Welfare Support document with ideas and activities to help pass the time.

 

Gaming League 

 

 

Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

Shared Notes Drive 

20.03.2020

A shared notes drive has been set up to share resources and notes in a difficult time for students. Feel free to share - this is an open access folder. We will be monitoring to make sure it remains fit for purpose.

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Oxford SU Teaching and Assessment Student Consultation (Trinity 2020)

20.03.2020

This consultation is a collaborative effort between Oxford Student Union and the University (including the Student Registry and the Centre for Teaching and Learning).

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Update from Your Student Union

18.03.2020

The UK Government's response to COVID-19 includes encouraging stricter measures
surrounding social distancing. These measures include advising non-essential social contact; including avoiding pubs, clubs, restaurants and theatres as well as non-essential travel for a prolonged period...

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