In response to continuous levelling in the epidemic severity, NTHU has raised our epidemic prevention measures. Starting from May 17th (Monday), all courses will be conducted remotely.(110.5.14)
Dear Faculty, Students and Staff:
In response to continuous levelling in the epidemic severity, NTHU has raised our epidemic prevention measures. Starting from May 17th (Monday), all courses will be conducted remotely. Except for official needs, all personnel and vehicle outside of NTHU are prohibited from entering the campus.
- Full remote courses:
- If remote classes are not possible due to the nature of the course, (e.g., laboratories, hands-on classes, and physical education class), the classes will be made up later, but in principle before June 30th .
- Instructors could decide to have physical or online assessments (including examinations) at their own discretion. The physical assessments must be in accordance with the second level of epidemic prevention regulations (temperature measuring, disinfection, full-time mask wearing, social distancing, ventilation in the classroom, taking attendance, etc.)
- Resources for remote/online courses can be found via the link
- Non-NTHU personnel and vehicle control:
- Campus entrance control:
- All faculty, student, and staff are required to show their NTHU identification card. Those who have the NTHU vehicle pass can enter directly.
- Visitors on official business must provide document issued by the inviting unit (such as notice of meeting, invitation letter, email either in electronic form or hard copy). Visitor without documentation must be verified and accompanied by personnel from the inviting NTHU unit.
- Delivery personnel:
1. Delivery personnel must have body temperature below 37.5℃ measured at NTHU gates and wear a medical mask to be allowed to enter.
2. All buildings need to organize a deliver zone, with properly arranged desk, chair, and alcohol.
3. Delivery personnel are strictly prohibited to enter the buildings and cannot have physical contact with NTHU personnel.
The Epidemic Prevention Team of National Tsing Hua University