Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Our latest information and current opening hours for our venues and services

Updated Friday 20 March 2020

 

Coronavirus outbreak

We are monitoring the Coronavirus outbreak very closely and are taking government advised precautions to protect our members.

Our services and opening hours will change in response to new developments and advice.

The latest status of our services are as follows.

Closed until further notice

Air

College Shop

Dental Café

DJCAD Cantina

Floor 5

Food on Four

Games Room

The Liar

Library Cafe

Mono

Mono:co

Nightbus

Ninewells shop

Pavement Café

Premier Shop

Reception

Welfare services

The Hive is closed until further notice.

We are still offering advice and support via our online services – please email advice@dusa.co.uk

If you need to talk to someone, Nightline is still running their phone service each night, 20:00-08:00 via: +44 (0)1382 381183

Academic advice

A mitigating circumstance is any situation, beyond your control, which has temporarily prevented you from undertaking an assessment or has significantly impaired your performance.

If your studies have been directly affected by unique issues beyond your control, we can support you via advice@dusa.co.uk

Housing Advice

All face-to-face drop in sessions for housing advice are suspended until further notice.

All of our housing services can still be accessed via email inquiry via housing@dusa.co.uk

Societies

Contacting the VPSA and the Clubs & Societies Officer

All face-to-face meetings are cancelled until further notice.

If you have any large scale events coming up, for example an end of year ball, that you are concerned about email both vpsa@dusa.co.uk and abrown@dusa.co.uk

Society events

All society events are cancelled until further notice.

Societies council

All society council meetings are cancelled until further notice.

Banking

For any banking related queries, please contact Ann Brown on abrown@dusa.co.uk

Keep up to date with the latest information and guidance on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak from the University of Dundee.