COVID-19 update

Last updated 5.53pm, 30 September 2022

DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS IF YOU HAVE ANY COVID-19 SYMPTOMS, including a fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, or loss or change in sense of taste or smell – however mild, even if you have a negative rapid antigen test result.

You may be able to study or work remotely during this time, but if you can’t the University offers a range of support services.

Find out what to do if you have symptoms, or if you or someone you know tests positive for COVID-19.
Testing and notification information

If you are a close contact (or household contact), you are encouraged to study or work from home, if you can, for 7 days. Further guidance is available on our testing and notification page.

Latest updates

  • Face masks are strongly recommended indoors and whenever you can't physically distance. All existing exemptions continue to apply.
    If needed, students and staff can access face masks on campus as outlined here.
  • We are also providing free rapid antigen tests for students and staff for a range of reasons, including a voluntary testing program to support early detection and management of COVID-19 across our campus community.
  • The University continues to strongly encourage individuals to remain up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations but no longer requires evidence of vaccination in order to access campus. There are some circumstances under Public Health Orders and in some host workplaces where vaccination is still required.
  • Please check our list of confirmed cases of COVID‑19 on campus and associated advice before coming to campus.
  • From Semester 1, 2023, our undergraduate programs will be delivered on campus. In our graduate programs, three modes of delivery will be available – campus-based, online and dual-delivery depending on the program. Find out more

Supporting our University community

Want to know more?

Watch these short videos about the measures we are taking to keep our campuses COVIDSafe and actions to take to protect yourself and others.