The College during Covid-19

The College is operating an online programme only in autumn / winter 2021 to keep our students, tutors and staff safe.

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We know that many of you are keen to join us in person back at the College. However, in order to protect the good health and safety of our staff, tutors and students, we will not be running in-person events until we are 100% confident that it is safe to do so. 

When will the College reopen?

After opening our College in June, July & August 2021 for our summer exhibition, the College's physical doors are now closed until we are sure that the Covid threat has passed. 

We are committed to the good health and safety of our staff, tutors and students, and we do not wish to compromise this during the winter months. 

In the meantime, please do join us online for our full programme of courses, workshops and events. For updates, please read this letter from our President.

When you reopen, how will you observe social distancing at the College?

In-person workshops at the College will be held only in the Lecture Hall with limited participants to allow for social distancing. Chairs will be set out before each event to observe the recommended distancing rules. The room will be thoroughly aired before the event starts and during breaks. Please wear a face mask in the common areas to ensure your fellow students feel safe. You are free to remove it once inside the Lecture Hall. 

Will there be hand sanitisers available?

Hand sanitisers are available at the College entrance and on every floor, including at the entrance to classrooms. Please do use them regularly to safeguard yourself and your fellow students.

Are we able to use the kitchen?

Our kitchens will remain closed until we're confident that any threat posed by Covid-19 is clear. Please bring drinking water with you to the event.

Can I use the library?

We have paused our library services until we feel it's safe to reopen.

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