Students are allowed back on campus
As of Wednesday 24 June, AU’s buildings are again open to students.
We have taken yet another step towards the full reopening of the university. On Friday last week, the Ministry of Higher Education and Science announced that students are again allowed to use university facilities such as reading rooms, libraries and group room over the summer.
At Aarhus University, this means that as of June 24, students are allowed back on campus and are free to use reading rooms, group rooms and the like. This will benefit those students who would like to use these facilities in connection with activities like writing papers, preparing for a reexamination or planning introduction week.
Not all facilities will reopen in precisely the same way at all of AU’s locations. The university's students have been notified directly about conditions at their faculty.
The opening will take place in accordance with the health authorities' guidelines, and hand sanitiser will be available in all open buildings. We are confident that our students will respect the authorities’ guidelines on physical distancing and hand sanitisation. Please note that parties, gatherings and celebrations, for example in connection with final exams, are still not permitted in AU’s buildings.
The libraries will open at the end of the week. Find out more here