We have had reports over the weekend from security staff and South Wales Police that some of our students’ behaviour did not conform to Covid regulations.
We are extremely appreciative of the co-operation and support demonstrated by the majority of our student body with efforts to help maintain a safe environment during the Covid-19 pandemic. However, we would like to remind you that disciplinary action will be taken against any students who breach the expectations outlined in the Student Charter or Welsh Government guidelines.
Please find below some information regarding current University and Welsh Government Covid regulations. As you will be aware from the University and Welsh Government, we are all obliged by law and have a social responsibility to each other to abide by the guidelines and keep each other safe.
Your flat or house is your ‘household’ and under the current alert level 4 restrictions you must not meet indoors with anyone outside of your household.
You may meet outdoors for exercise with up to 4 people from a maximum of 2 households, in line with regulations.
Please contact us if you believe you have exceptional circumstances prior to mixing outside of your bubble.
Further details can be found on Q&As: Student Households – Swansea University and Alert level 4: frequently asked questions | GOV.WALES
On campus and in the community
You must wear a face covering at all times (unless you are exempt from doing so) when moving about the campus and follow social distancing procedures. Please be considerate of fellow students and staff safety.
Please remember if you are making use of the local beach or parks for exercise purposes, to take any rubbish away with you and respect the local environment.
Due to the evolving situation regulations are often updated daily. You can find accurate and up to date information on the following pages.
If you are unsure about your situation or need further advice and support please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Communications Coordinator Thursday March 4th, 2021
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