Due to the current corona measures set for the higher education sector, access to the buildings of Inholland are limited to educational activities. Priority is given to certain groups of students, e.g. first year students and graduates. At the moment classrooms are being used for written exams that cannot be taken online, laboratory classes and practical classes.
Educational activities remain unchanged and are in compliance with the current measures imposed by the government. Your study continues and you can stick to your planning. You can head to the university for scheduled educational activities. The commute is deemed as essential travel and therefore permitted by the government.
In order to facilitate education on-campus during corona times, we have set up measures that apply within all of our buildings. Check here the safety measures applicable in all of our buildings and scroll down to the English part.
All buildings of Inholland are open on a daily basis. Check here the updated opening hours.
Study from home remains the norm and has become even more relevant. Besides the scheduled educational activities that take place on-campus, we ask you to schedule all other (study) activities online.
As of 19 October, it is mandatory for everyone to wear a face mask inside the public areas of our buildings such as hallways and cafeterias. We have included the measure to wear a face mask in our house rules. Regarding lecture halls, offices and conference rooms: feel free to wear a face mask if it makes you feel more comfortable.
The situation for practical education classes where wearing a face mask was already mandatory remains the same.
We adhere to the guidelines of the RIVM and the GGD (Municipal Health Services) to ensure the safety of our students and campus facilities.
Head to the Know & Organise section of Iris to find the most recent questions and answers.