Covid-19 – information for students, staff and visitors

Life may have felt a little different over the last couple of years, but we have been working hard to ensure our students still receive the excellent education and fulfilling student experience we are proud to provide at Kingston University.

The health and wellbeing of our students, staff and visitors remains our top priority and we need to be cautious as the pandemic is not over. We'll continue to follow government guidance, as we have throughout the pandemic, and encourage our university community to act responsibly and continue to support each other through the good habits we have all become accustomed to.

Our campuses and facilities are open and students have full access to a range of services on site, as well as online. The majority of our teaching is taking place on campus, with some elements of online delivery where this enhances students' learning.

We are continuing with the plenty of measures put in place to make our campuses as safe as possible. These include increased cleaning, improved ventilation and a number of hand sanitising stations located across all our buildings.

We will continue to support staff, students and the wider community as we move into the next phase of the pandemic.

How Kingston University has been helping in the fight against Covid-19

Our staff and students have been making vital contributions to the fight against Covid-19, including working on the frontline, providing business and community support and undertaking key pieces of research. All of this has been helping advance knowledge in areas including health and social care, social and economic regeneration and exploring the impact of the virus on our behaviours, wellbeing and creativity.