Visiting our campuses Covid-19 FAQs


Do I have to wear a face covering on campus?

Face coverings are no longer legally required in indoor spaces including all our university premises; however, the Scottish Government strongly recommends that you continue to wear a face covering in crowded and enclosed spaces.

Do I need to do a test before coming on to campus?

From 1 May, most people no longer need to take a coronavirus test and should follow guidance on staying at home if unwell. Testing remains available to specific groups in order to protect highest risk settings and support clinical care - visit the NHS Inform website for more information.

Is there social distancing on campus?

We have removed our social distancing requirement when on campus, but please continue to follow the Scottish Government's 'Covid sense' guidance.

Is there improved ventilation on campus?

All our classrooms have been assessed for ventilation and meet the guidelines. We have forced ventilation in use, and this is supported by natural ventilation through opening doors and windows.

Are rooms cleaned before and after classes?

Yes, there will be a 30-minute turnaround period for cleaning and ventilation purposes between the use of each room. Students should also wipe down their desk before and after use as this will help reduce the chance of spreading Covid-19 even further. Wipes will be supplied in each of the teaching spaces.

How do I book a PC or study space on campus?

Resource Booker is the quick and easy way to book study space, PCs and many other services provided by the University. You can find out more about Resource Booker on My Napier.