Information and advice

Last updated: Thursday 2 April

Our priority is to continue to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students, staff and visitors. To keep our community informed, this page and the Frequently Asked Questions below will be updated regularly.

Public events

Hartpury University and College has decided to cancel or postpone all public-facing events due to be held on our campus until 1 July, and this will remain under review. (This includes open days, offer holder days, student interviews, and induction days – more information on the alternative arrangements in place for these particular events can be found here)

Students and staff

Face-to-face teaching for college and university students will temporarily cease at the end of Friday 20 March, after which all teaching will be moved online. Students have received emails detailing their plans for the coming weeks. We will continue to keep students updated on our plans for teaching and assessment via email and this website.

We are monitoring the global situation closely and are able to act quickly as the situation changes to ensure the safety of our students, staff and visitors. We are well-prepared and continue to act on the advice from Public Health England (PHE), the NHS, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).

Latest updates

Wellbeing information and support

Please check the Frequently Asked Questions below for the answers to many common enquiries.

Should you have any concerns or for further information please contact:

Students: wellbeing@hartpury.ac.uk

Staff: hr@hartpury.ac.uk



ADVICE FOR STAFF And STUDENTS

What is Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

How is Coronavirus (COVID-19) spread?

How do I keep up to date about the latest Hartpury information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

I’m concerned I may have Coronavirus - what should I do?

I’ve followed the NHS 111 guidance and been told to self-isolate - what should I do?

I have been diagnosed with Covid-19 (coronavirus) – how should I inform Hartpury?

I have an underlying health condition and I am worried about attending work, college or university – what should I do?

I have recently travelled outside the UK - what should I do?

I am about to go on holiday overseas – what should I do?



STUDENT SPECIFIC ADVICE

I have been advised to self-isolate – how will this affect my studies?

I am an international student (with a Tier 4 visa) and I've been advised by the NHS to self-isolate, how will this affect my Tier 4 visa?

I am an international/EU applicant due to start my studies at Hartpury and I am having difficulties obtaining my passport/visa/making my travel arrangements - what should I do?

I want to return home to a different country

How will my assessments be affected and what if I cannot attend assessments? (Hartpury University students)

My A-Level/GCSE exams have been cancelled – how and when will I get my results? (Hartpury College students)

Will I be eligible for a refund for accommodation, transport or livery?



ADVICE FOR FUTURE STUDENTS

I’m due to attend an open day, offer holder day, interview or induction day – will this still go ahead?

My exams have been cancelled – I’m worried about my place to study at Hartpury




STAFF SPECIFIC ADVICE

Information, advice and guidance for Hartpury members of staff can be found on the staff intranet

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