The University is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, and our response is being shaped by the latest advice from Australian health and foreign affairs authorities. Enrolments and classes are continuing.
Find answers to frequently asked questions, including how to best support your students and colleagues. Stay up to date with the latest news and communications here.
Key information as at 4 September 2020
- Information on Graduation Ceremonies for 2020 is now available.
- To students currently in Victoria: The border between South Australia and Victoria closed from 12.01am on 29 July, and only essential travellers are now able to enter. If you are in Victoria, please contact Ask Adelaide to register your name and contact details. The University will then be able to provide you with any up-to-date information as it arises. You may be referred to your Faculty/School for specific advice around your program/courses. In most cases, you will be able to begin or continue your studies remotely.
- Travellers entering South Australia directly from Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia and Tasmania are no longer required to quarantine for 14 days. A pre-approval process is now in place for all travellers wishing to enter South Australia. Read the latest on travel restrictions into and within SA.
- Enrolments for Semester 2 and subsequent study periods are now open. Please follow the steps to check or amend your enrolment as the process has changed slightly.
- The State Government’s new $13.8 million support package is designed to support international students currently residing in South Australia and facing financial hardship. Read more about the International Student Support Package and how to apply.
- A Student Support Package, in partnership with Adelaide University Union, is available to assist our students through the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The University has changed its grading system to support students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please refer to FAQ "Will my grades be affected by COVID-19?" for more information.
- The Australian Government’s travel restrictions mean that only Australian citizens, permanent residents and their dependents are currently allowed to enter Australia. All people arriving back in Australia are subject to the Australian Government’s mandatory quarantine period of 14 days at their first place of arrival.
- Quarantine requirements remain in place for individuals who have COVID-19 or who are suspected to have COVID-19. Please follow SA Health advice.
- If you are affected by the quarantine requirements or travel restrictions, please call the University’s dedicated helpline on +61 8 8313 2882 or email us as soon as possible so we can assist you.