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COVID PREVENTION MEASURES


UNILAK is welcoming students and staff back to campus. As schools reopen and university community members return to campus within the COVID-19 pandemic, UNILAK finds itself in unexpected times. UNILAK management has been working conscientiously with faculty, staff and students, to develop comprehensive plans which not only prioritize the safety of our community members but also preserve key elements of what makes the UNILAK experience different. While daily life will certainly be different, we are confident that this will be a challenging but successful

 

To What Extent is UNILAK Prepared for Re-opening?

As part of our preparation, UNILAK has organized a task force representing academics,

student affairs, and campus operations. All work undertaken by this task force has been

informed by the UNILAK senior management.

The following principles will guide our efforts:

  • We will fulfill our mission and meet the UNILAK standard of quality education.
  • The health and safety of the UNILAK community is paramount.
  • We will respond with commitment and flexibility in the face of complication.

Detailed in this statement are critical elements of UNILAK’s comprehensive reopening plan. This information will continue to evolve, so we ask that you follow our communications detailed on our dedicated website and remain flexible to changes as needed. We look forward to sharing the full details of the reopening as they are finalized.

 

Academics

The task force has developed a comprehensive plan to continue to deliver UNILAK’s high-quality academic offerings in a manner that places community safety at the forefront. After careful consideration for student health and the safety of the UNILAK community, a modified schedule has been established. This will start by a timetable which allow to group students in small groups by respecting a social distancing of 2m. We will also emphasize on the use of blended mode of teaching which will reduce the time students spend as they are traveling in the campus and this will reduce the risks of contamination which discourages travel, again minimizing the risk of exposure to the virus. Additional measures to protect the UNILAK community are listed below, and further details will be forthcoming.

Documents

RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR COVID-19 PREVENTION IN UNILAK

 


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