Covid-19 – information for students, staff and visitors

Student life may feel a little different at the moment, but we've been working hard to ensure our students receive the excellent education and fulfilling student experience we are proud to provide at Kingston University.

We have been working at speed to respond to the changing government guidance and plan for September 2021. While there is still some uncertainty about the restrictions in which we will operate, we are planning for our campuses and facilities to be open for the start of the new academic year. Students will have full access to a range of services on campus where circumstances allow, as well as online. For most students, we expect the majority of teaching to be on-campus, with some elements of online delivery where it enhances their learning experience. Some constraints may still be in place, but we remain committed to supporting all our students, delivering high quality education and a rich student experience and will continue to work with our students to build up community life.

We have put plenty of measures in place to make our campuses as safe as possible. These include increased cleaning, improved ventilation and a number of hand sanitising stations in our buildings. We will continue to follow government guidance, as we have throughout the pandemic, by easing restrictions on campus. However we expect our community to act responsibly and continue to support each other. We expect face coverings to be worn in all indoor spaces.

Our Town House, Kingston Hill and Knights Park libraries are open.

Further updates will be shared with our students, staff and the wider community as soon as they become available.