Guidance for students and staff about getting tested for COVID-19, what to do next and how to notify the University
Please DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS if you are unwell with any of the following symptoms, however mild: fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss or change in sense of taste or smell – even if you have a negative rapid antigen test result.
Notify the University if you test positive for COVID-19, to receive guidance and information about available support.
Report COVID-19 test
Find out more about COVID-19 testing and where to get a test
Our Public Health Network is available Monday to Friday to support our community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic
Students – classes, extensions and Special Consideration
Further guidance for students who cannot attend classes or assessments on campus
Guidance for staff who are isolating or unwell with COVID-19
COVID-19 or something else?
Cold, flu, allergies, asthma, hay fever and other conditions can have symptoms like COVID-19 – find out what to do
If someone else has COVID-19
What to do if someone else in the University community tells you they have COVID-19
If someone on campus has possible COVID-19 symptoms
What to do if someone on campus shows symptoms that could be COVID-19
Groups visiting the University
What to do if someone in your group tests positive for COVID-19
Can I get a rapid antigen test on campus?
Can I get a face mask on campus?
COVID-19 documents for travel
Information about testing and documentation for international travellers