From Monday 28 February, a Student Vaccination Policy was implemented at Flinders University. The full Student Vaccination Policy is available to view in the Policy Library.
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Current students who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 are required to make a declaration that they have read, understood, and will follow the in-person learning conduct rules, which is available in student’s FLO (Flinders Learning Online) topic sites. Some students will need to provide proof of a valid vaccination certificate if they are attending classes, placements or learning activities in locations with vaccination requirements.
Current students who are not vaccinated will need to make a declaration that they will have regular COVID-19 tests to attend campus. These students will be required to have a Rapid Antigen Test within three days prior to each attendance on campus and only attend campus if they have a negative result. This means a person with a negative RAT result on a Monday can attend campus up to and including Thursday. Further tests are required for subsequent attendance. Our blend of in-person and online learning options should provide most students with flexibility around attendance.
Commencing students enrolling in courses where external bodies impose strict vaccination mandates (eg for courses in medicine, nursing, education, etc) will be required to provide evidence of vaccination to enrol into their program of study at Flinders.
When on campus please maintain physical distancing of at least 1.5m, regularly and thoroughly sanitise your hands and things you touch, and do not come to campus if you become unwell or develop symptoms of COVID-19.