See below for the all the questions regarding the re-opening of Campus.
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Has ITU opened up again?
ITU Campus re-opened Wednesday April 14, but in a restricted way.
The opening hours are from 8.00 - 20.00
Access is only possible within the opening hours and only on weekdays. On weekends and holidays Campus is closed.
Remember to check the requirements for access to ITU. Find it here in this FAQ.
Who can enter campus?
What is required for me to enter?
You need to be able to show a valid COVID-19 passport.
Showing a COVID-19 passport means that you can either show:
You also need to have a booking for a room at ITU.
Can I get a test at ITU?
Yes, we have established a test center in Scrollbar, Rued Langgaards vej, where you can get a quick test.
This is to support staff and students in having an easy access to ITU.
Where is the test center located?
The test center is located in Scrollbar. There is no entry to the test center from Atrium.
You need to go outside and enter via the door to Scrollbar at the end of the building.
What are the opening hours for the test center?
The test center opens at 7:45 and closes at 14:30.
Do I need to book a specific timeslot for my test?
What should I bring for my test
You will need to bring your student/staff card and your health insurance card (sygesikringskort).
If you do not have a Danish health insurance card, then please bring another kind of valid legitimation.
What kind of test, do you use?
We use a nasal self-test.
Who will conduct the test?
You will be taking the test yourself.
Trained supervisors will assist and supervise to ensure that your testing is carried out correctly and that the test is valid.
The control and registration of your test result will also be handled by the supervisors.
Where can I stay while waiting for the result of my test?
You may enter the rest of Campus while waiting for your test result.
We rely on you to keep a safe distance of two meters while waiting for your result.
See here for all the general guidelines we need you to follow when at Campus.
How will I receive my test result?
What should I do, if it turns out my test is positive?
Firstly you should go straight home and isolate. Remember to contact SAP about your test result and contact others that you have been in close contact with.
Please read the detailed guidelines concerning what to do if you have been tested positive with COVID-19 here.
Will my test result be accepted as a valid Covid-19 passport?
The test taken at ITU, if negative, is considered a valid COVID-19 passport for up to 72 hours.
Bookings and access?
You will be able to book a room for the time you need between 8.00 - 20.00
You can only book for weekdays - Weekends and holidays Campus will be closed.
For now you can book up until Friday June 30.
You should book only the bigger meeting rooms. Be aware of the distance requirements.
If you are working alone you should book and use the rooms that have a capacity of maximum 2-3 students (the sky boxes).
Be aware of how many persons are allowed in the room, you are about to book. (That number appears in brackets after the room number.)
Also, please note that only ITU students are allowed on campus, no guests are not allowed at Campus.
How to book a room?
When booking a room, you need to be aware of these restrictions:
Please follow this link for instructions on how to book a room via Outlook.
What about Labs?
All Labs at ITU are open from Wednesday April 14.
As with classrooms and skyboxes you need to have a booking in order to be able to access Campus.
The general opening hours are from 8.00 - 20.00, but each Lab has individual opening hours. Under How to book a Lab you will be able to see this particular information.
How to book a lab?
Please open this document to view the time slots available and for information on who to contact for making a booking.
The labs are open for students and staff when a lab manager / lab assistant can be present.
A distance requirement of two meters
In each lab, a limited number of people are allowed at the same time in compliance with the physical distancing requirement which is 2 meters.
A sign on the door to the lab indicates the limit. It is your responsibility to ensure that the limit is not violated.
The general rule of 2 meters distance at all times can in particular situations be deviated from if it is considered necessary in order to perform a certain exercise. In such cases it should preferably be the same small group of students and in the shortest period possible and with the use of protective equipment such as masks etc.
Do I need to wear a facemask at ITU?
Yes, everyone at ITU needs to wear face masks in all indoor public spaces. This means that you are no longer allowed to enter ITU Campus without a face mask.
You should wear the face mask until you sit down as you have already been practicing when visiting Analog and the Canteen.
Remember that even though you are wearing a face mask, you still need to keep a two-meter distance between yourself and others at all time!
You have to uphold the distance requirement of two meters at alle times while present at campus.
Hygiene - what to remember?
Using the classrooms and skyboxes
By the end of your allotted time slot, you must ensure that your skybox or classroom is aired out, and that contact surfaces such as tables, chairs, door handles etc., are disinfected. In each meeting room you can find a disinfectant, you can use.
You must observe your allotted time slots as they are set to enable cleaning and ventilation before your fellow students arrive to use the room next.
We suggest that you select a person who are responsible for everyone leaving the room on time.
Using the labs
Balconies and Thesis offices
Due to the distance requirement of two meters we haven't opened the Balconies.
The thesis offices are also not accessible, since FM is re-modelling and renewing the areas.
Of course we will keep looking at possibilities for opening more areas.
What about courses, projects, exercises and lectures?
In the Spring semester 2021 all courses, projects, exams and re-exams are online. As always you can find your schedule, courses and exam dates in TimeEdit. For project submissions see here How do I participate in online teaching?
Lectures will primarily take place in the conferencing and meeting platform Zoom, supported by other activities in learnIT. Check the course page in learnIT. However, please be patient about updates. How do I get started with Zoom?
On the course page in learnIT the course manager will provide the unique link for the session. But first, you should test the setup. We recommend that you test the system following the guidelines below:
Instruction to getting started with Zoom
I am personally affected by COVID19 - what to do
If you due to the lockdown struggle with your studies, your motivation and related to this your mental health, please contact our Student advisors. They are on the phones every day from 10-14, except Thursday, where they are closed. You can also book a session with them via this link. They are answering their mail as well.
Another scenario is that you are ill due to COVID19 and in this case you should also contact the Student Advisors, to go through your options.
If your illness is preventing you from working on an exam assignment or project, remember that you can apply for an exemption to have your exam attempt cancelled, if the illness is preventing you from submitting. This applies for online oral examinations and online written exams as well. Read more about Illness at exams here.
Working from home
You might also struggle with the privacy to actually study from home due to having kids at home (home schooling, test-periods, isolation). Here you off course also have the option to try to apply for an exemption. Read more about how to apply for an exemption.
Where do I find generel information about COVID19
If in doubt you can always contact the Corona hotline or check out the Danish Health Authority COVID19 page
This page was last updated May 5 2021