The University of Sannio will be back in attendance from Monday 3 May. The lessons, in mixed mode, can be followed in the classroom or from home. While exams, graduation sessions, research activities will normally take place in the presence, except in situations of proven impediments for health reasons.
Below are the resolutions of the Academic Senate of the University of Sannio of 27 April 2021 valid from Monday 3 May 2021
Lessons will take place in mixed mode, according to the calendars already set by the Departments.
- Laboratory activities and internships (both curricular and extracurricular)
These activities will continue and be carried out, as a rule, in presence.
Exams will normally take place in person, except in situations of proven impediments for health reasons, which will be managed on the basis of an independent evaluation by the Departments
The teachers will take care not to change, where possible, the already scheduled calendar of the exam sessions.
- Graduation sessions
Graduation sessions will normally take place in the presence, except in situations of proven impediments for health reasons, which will be managed on the basis of independent evakuations by the Departments.
- Student Secretariat
The Student Secretariat will be open to the public, during the usual opening hours.
- Library and study rooms
The library will be open for loans and consultation, during the usual opening hours. At the moment it is not allowed to use the study rooms
- Research activities, PhD management, Scholarships, Research grants
Research activities, research doctorates, scholarships will usually be carried out in the presence.
- Collegial bodies
The sessions of the Collegial Bodies continue to take place mainly in presence, without prejudice to the possibility of participation even remotely.
- Conference activities
Conference activities may take place in person, in compliance with the regulations in force on the maximum occupancy of seats in the halls.
All activities in the presence will be carried out in compliance with current legislation and the Covid-19 protocols adopted by the University.