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Increased access to INN University campuses

Increased access to INN University campuses

Brighter times are upon us when it comes to students' access to teaching rooms, group rooms, and other facilities at our campuses – Blæstad campus shown above. (Photo: INN University)

In line with the policies adopted by the Ministry of Education and Research and health authorities, INN University is working to facilitate increased access to its campuses for students who have a need for it, as to not delay their study progression.

Students are advised that campus-based teaching is still not planned for the remainder of the spring semester, and that the transition to digital exam forms is maintained.

Efforts are being made to give students access to teaching rooms and group rooms, but some planning remains to be done before anything can be relayed regarding when and how this will be implemented. Information will be provided on this matter in the course of this week.

When increased campus access is implemented, everyone who gains access to the campuses’ buildings must fill in a digital registration form. This overview is required by INN University so that – among other things – we ae able to assist the municipal doctor with infection detection if an employee or student is infected by the coronavirus. The pandemic is not over, and there may be changes that make it necessary for new local measures to be implemented at short notice.

We expect to be able to provide more information about students' access to the various campuses in the coming days.