Please remember that you must have a Covid-19 vaccine certificate (Green Pass) to access University buildings and that face masks must be worn at all times.
If you have a fever, continuous cough, shortness of breath, if you are waiting to be tested or have tested positive for the coronavirus, and if you are living with someone who has Covid-19 or is waiting to be tested, you must:
- stay at home
- contact your doctor; or, call 112 and seek medical attention
- inform immediately the director (or the administration) of your Department or your supervisor of your health status.
You can contact the Covid-19 contact person at UniTrento: referente.covid [at] unitn.it
VACCINES FOR THE STUDENT COMMUNITY
The entire student community has had access to vaccines since July thanks to the collaboration between the University of Trento and the Provincial Health Care Services (APSS).
Read the information about how to book a vaccine appointment.
No reservation is required to access study spaces. However, students are required to have a vaccination certificate (Green Pass) and to check in and out of the building, to monitor room occupancy at the different locations.
Please follow these guidelines:
- only sit in designated places
- if all places are taken, leave the building
- no food is allowed
- use wipes to clean your workstation when you leave
- avoid gatherings inside and outside the building
- open the windows to let fresh air in
- check out when you leave
Failure to comply with the above rules will force the University to close the study spaces
Ferrari 1 Building, study room "Acquario"
Ferrari 2 Building, entrance hall
Mesiano, former library
Economics Building, ground floor study room
Law Building, via Rosmini foyer
Sociology Building, basement study room
Paolo Prodi Building, foyer
Palazzo Consolati, ground floor study room
Palazzo Piomarta, basement study rooms
LIBRARIES, CAVAZZANI STUDY ROOM
For information on opening hours and access procedures please visit the Library page.
TEACHING AND EXAMS
Classes will be in person. For more information on teaching and learning in the academic year 2021/2022 please visit the website of your Department or Centre.
Departments and centres will organize in-person exams, provided that they have implement appropriate safety measures. Exams will be held remotely in the following cases: for students with a disability and vulnerable students, students who tested positive for Covid-19, students in quarantine, students who are in areas they cannot leave because of travel restrictions, students who are unable to be present on the day of the exam because they have scheduled their vaccine appointment on the exam date or on the day immediately preceding or immediately following that day. In the above cases, students are required to provide a justification to the teaching staff who is responsible for the course.
Graduations and doctoral thesis defences
Master's degree sessions, undergraduate final dissertations and doctoral examinations will take place in person. All attendees are required to have a vaccination certificate and wear a face mask. In these cases, appropriate measures will be adopted to avoid gatherings in common spaces and classrooms at Departments and in nearby areas. The president of the graduation committee may suspend the session where measures are not observed.
This provision does not apply to the following candidates (who are still required to provide a justification): students with a physical disability and vulnerable students, students who tested positive for Covid-19, students in quarantine, students who are in areas they cannot leave because of travel restrictions, students who are unable to be present on the day of the exam because they have scheduled their vaccine appointment on the exam date or on the day immediately preceding or immediately following that day.
Curricular and extracurricular internships can take place in person, in work from home mode or in mixed mode, based on the availability and needs of the host institution and in compliance with the training programme agreed by the host institution and university tutor.
INTERNATIONAL MOBILITY PROGRAMMES
International mobility programmes
Students who have been selected to participate in international mobility programmes are invited to read these guidelines:
Laboratory and research work
For laboratory activities to take place, the containment and emergency measures must in any case remain in force. Authorised staff may remain within the laboratory only for the time necessary to perform a given task.
Office hours will take place in-person or online.
Front office services
Services will be provided online or, where necessary, on appointment.
Events (conferences, seminars, etc.) can take place in-person at University premises in compliance with Covid-19 restrictions adopted on 27.09.2021 by the Covid-19 point of contact and attached below.
For information on courses and sport facilities see UnitrentoSport.
TEACHING STAFF AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL STAFF
Meetings of Department and Centre Councils and Collegial bodies
Meetings take place in-person. All members are required to wear a face mask.
Administrative and technical activities
Technical and administrative activities will take place based on the provisions agreed. University staff has been informed.
UNIVERSITY RESTAURANTS AND CANTEENS
For more information visit the Opera website