If you're coming to campus
Semester two has arrived. Some of you may be attending campus on Monday 3 August or Tuesday 5 August if your course requirements deem it necessary and strict physical distancing measures are in place. For those expected to attend – you would have been notified by your faculty – here are a few things you need to know.
OHS health module
All students have been enrolled in a mandatory OHS health module in Moodle. If you haven’t done so already, please ensure you complete the module before visiting campus.
To support contact tracing, please only attend your scheduled face-to-face classes, then return home immediately once classes are complete.
Face coverings and masks
The health, safety and wellbeing of our community, and providing a safe environment for all, is our top priority.
You must wear your own face mask or covering on campus, with some exceptions, such as for medical reasons. This is based on the latest advice from the Chief Health Officer.
Please note the Victoria Police-issued fine for not wearing a face covering is $200.
Where a surgical, or other higher-grade, mask is required, we’ll provide this to you. But, you must wear your own face covering or mask when travelling to and from campus.
A reminder that you must not come to campus if you’re 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 do not come to campus until you have a negative result.
Parking continues to be free in blue permit areas across all of our Australia campuses. However from Monday, 3 August, you must use the CellOPark app to register your free parking.
Before you park on campus, make sure you:
- Download the CellOPark app
- Register for a CellOPark account using your student ID number
- Start a free parking session in the CellOPark app every time you travel to campus
You can also watch this short video on how to easily set up and start your parking session.
We’re committed to doing everything we can to support you during these challenging times. A reminder that you can access free counselling services, available 24/7.
For up-to-date Monash information regarding COVID-19, please visit our dedicated website and fact sheet.