Parkville - Re-activation of Campus

Updated 14 July, 2022

Please refer to the Monash COVID website updates for the latest information.

Students are no longer required to provide proof of their vaccination status to attend Monash Campuses, see Monash COVID updates site.

If you are not well, do not come to Campus

  1. You must not come to campus if you are unwell. Get tested for COVID-19 if you have any of the following symptoms, however mild – fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, loss of sense of taste or smell – and stay home until you’ve received a negative result. For information about testing, visit the Department of Health and Human Services website.
  2. If you are a Monash student and you test positive to COVID-19, or are identified as a household contact of a person who has tested positive to COVID-19, you are advised to complete this form and to notify your chief examiner/unit coordinator.

When you are on Campus

  1. Face masks:
  2. In line with government advice, face masks are no longer required, however you must carry a mask with you at all times.

    1. Students are required to bring their own masks. A face mask includes any paper or textile mask designed or made to be worn over the nose and mouth. The use of scarves or other face coverings is not acceptable. Please dispose of masks in the waste bins (regular bins).
    2. Personal Protective Equipment Vending machine - available in the Manning Building, outside the library, where face masks and hand sanitiser can be purchased.
  3. COVID safety in classes:
    1. Follow the instructions provided by staff.
    2. Wipe down tables on arrival, and before you leave each class, using the cleaning products provided in each space.
    3. All classes start on the hour and finish at 10 minutes to the hour.

Student support - Monash connect

Parkville Monash Connect is open from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm, located on the ground floor of Building 401 - refer to resources available online.

Catching a tram and crossing the road. Your safety is important

We have observed an increasing number of students crossing the road in an unsafe manner, so please:

  • Cross only: when traffic has stopped for the red light, and the “walk now” sign is green.
  • Try to: make eye contact with road users, especially at intersections. “Be seen be safe” is still an important safety habit, especially when crossing the road.
  • Don’t: try to save time by crossing the road against the lights and traffic signs. Drivers are not expecting people hurrying across the road to catch a tram.
  • Remember: drivers are concentrating on the road and the traffic lights, not the tram that is coming to a stop on the opposite side of the road. Obey road rules and traffic lights and cross the road safely.