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Latest information: Greenwich moves to 'virtual campuses'

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In light of the latest advice from the UK Government and Public Health England in relation to COVID-19, the University of Greenwich will partially close our campuses from 5pm on 20 March. The welfare of all our students and staff continues to be our main priority.

This means that we will close all our campuses except for essential services and the majority of our staff will be operating 'virtual campuses' from this date. 

Many students remain in our halls of residence and we are working hard to support these students as much as possible. 

Libraries will continue to be partially open and operating with a small team available to provide help. The Village Shop at our Avery Hill Campus remains open to support students in halls.

We continue to keep in close contact with our students to support them as we deliver online alternatives to lectures, tutorials and examinations with a view to achieving minimum disruption to their studies and ensuring we can make it possible for students to graduate and progress this year.

Teams are working closely with both staff and students to support them with their individual circumstances and any health conditions that are affecting them and their families.

We are proud of the commitment of our staff and students to collaborate and work together to support each other at this time.

Our support services are available through the Student Wellbeing Service and the Students' Union Advice Service and we will continue to update information for students and staff on the university portal.