Students who have a scheduled in-person teaching session or practical, and students who do not have a suitable space to study at home can come to campus for individual study in our LRCs and temporary study spaces.
Many of our students are already in our on-campus accommodation. If you live at university, you should not move back and forward between your halls and your non-term time address.
Our campus is currently closed to all visitors, including visitors to our on-campus student accommodation.
How to visit campus safely:
What you need to do to visit campus safely:
- Check your timetable to see if you have a scheduled in-person session
- Book a test. Our testing unit is open for those who do not have symptoms
- Bring your student ID (physical card or digital ID via Herts Mobile) to ensure you can access campus through our security checkpoints
- Hands, face, space: follow Government guidance to keep the campus safe
You can help control coronavirus (COVID-19) and travel safely by walking and cycling, if you can. If you need to use public transport, please ensure you follow the Government guidance to ensure you travel safely.
Uno bus will be running services as normal but please check the Uno website before travelling.
If you are driving to campus, our Park and Ride is currently closed. Alternative free parking is available in car park E, behind the Art and Design building, at College Lane.
Which facilities you can access:
Additional temporary individual study spaces are also available in the Chapman Lounge and Hutton Lounge at College Lane, and the Enterprise Hub (all floors), Mezzanine and de Havilland restaurant at de Havilland.
Subway on College Lane and Café Moot at de Havilland will be open running a take-away service only. Both of our campus shops remain open. You can check opening times for College Lane here and de Havilland here.
The Park and Ride service is closed. Alternative free parking is available in car park E, behind the Art and Design building, at College Lane.
Ask Herts Hutton remain open with skeleton staff, with Ask Herts Innovation and Ask Herts de Havilland remaining closed.
Hertfordshire Sports Village and Oval gym are closed.
In order to provide you with the safest experience, we have taken the difficult decision to keep our Chaplaincy spaces closed temporarily until the situation is clearer. We will always try to keep disruption to a minimum, and restrictions will only be in place where it is necessary to maintain a safe environment. We will review this situation regularly.
We are sorry we cannot offer more facilities at this time. If you have any queries please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The nursery is open as normal for all children currently registered there.