Here we have a whole host of Frequently Asked Questions that we've answered in regards to the Covid19 pandemic.
We have answered a variety of different questions received from our student community that answers key questions and also shows what the University experience will look like as well as what activities and support we have available.
If you have symptoms, have tested positive or simply self isolating and need support we are here for you.
You will need to report your symptoms, positive test or self isolation on our online form at go.sunderland.ac.uk/reportcovid
You can also visit our FAQs or Submit an Enquiry on Compass so we can provide the right support and guidance to you. You should report any absences for online or on campus session on TDS Student Portal.
We have a variety of FAQs within our Managing Covid19 section which gives in details guidance on sympstoms, tests and how you can help stop the spread of the virus.
During the period of national lockdown the majority of our programmes will study online only until at least mid-February.
Here we set out guidance on which programmes are on campus, what you should do if you are thinking about coming onto campus, whether that's for face-to-face teaching or simply to use university facilities such as our Library which includes information on our asymptomatic testing on campus facilities as well as information for students on Placements.
We have host of Frequently Asked Questions that we've answered in regards to the Covid19 pandemic.
These include general university questions along with specific questions around learning, teaching and assessments, university managed accommodation and questions dedicated to our international student community.
Your wellness is very important to us. We have a whole host of activities available to you that are here to support your wellness which include physically and mentally stimulating activities ran by the University and Sunderland Students' Union.