The following is a message for stakeholders of the University of Waikato
Tēnā koutou katoa,
As you will have seen, yesterday the government announced that New Zealand
will be moving into Alert Level 3 on Tuesday 28 April for two weeks, with
the situation being reassessed after this.
What does Alert Level 3 mean for the University?
Our campus will continue to be closed during Alert Level 3.
At Alert Level 3, universities must continue to deliver online learning,
with the exception of some limited activity that can’t be done off campus.
These exceptions will be very minor, so we expect all retail outlets on
campus to remain closed until at least Alert Level 2.
If you are a retail outlet on campus and have any questions or concerns
about this please contact Chris Mackenzie, Commercial Manager:
chris.mackenzie(a)waikato.ac.nz or 022 008 6477.
At all levels, we are legally required to keep detailed records of all
staff and student movements on campus, so it’s imperative that everyone
follows and respects the rules as outlined for Alert Level 4 where we
currently are, and also Alert Level 3 from next Tuesday.
We are in close contact with the Ministry of Education throughout this
evolving response to Covid-19, so we will share more details about what
Alert Level 2 means for the University when it is available.
In the meantime, stay safe and take care.
Ngā mihi nui,
*Communications **|** University of Waikato*
*Private Bag 3105* *|* *Hamilton 3240* *|* *New Zealand **|*
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