One way systems and sanitiser stations: This is how Lincoln uni will look when it reopens
This includes access to the uni’s Riseholme campus
The University of Lincoln has released their plans for the future look on campus ahead of students returning in October.
In a social media post, the UoL Estates showed pictures of inside buildings on campus, these new additions include sanitisation stations and stickers placed on the floor to make for social distancing.
It really is all hands to the pump as we start to transform our campus. Thanks to all the Estates team and wider colleagues for this huge effort to plan then deliver the changes to make our campuses safe @UoLEstates pic.twitter.com/ePRKJcntvy
— Grant (@GrantieAnder) July 1, 2020
In a social media post, the University of Lincoln has shown the new steps they have in place to allow for social distancing in and around campus.
Discover how we're working towards creating a fun and safe environment for students returning to campus and those joining us for the first time in Autumn 2020. pic.twitter.com/67chGj5pzv
— University of Lincoln, UK (@unilincoln) July 2, 2020
In the video, the University of Lincoln has outlined that they will be setting up 2 new teepees on campus where you can socialise with your friends.
They have also been working closely with the Students’ Union to ensure that students can continue to take part in sports and activities on campus.
Lincoln will be providing more hire bikes than ‘ever before’, allowing students access onto the Riseholme campus. Along with this, they are setting up outdoor catering around campus for students to enjoy.
The University promises in the video that they “will be doing everything we can to keep you safe while you study and socialise.”
It is confirmed that the Library will be open and available to all students with safety measures in place to allow for social distancing.
They are working on one-way systems in buildings, sanitisation points across campus, and updating teaching room layouts for social distancing. The uni is also blending online lectures with face-to-face seminars and tutorials to offer students “the best of both worlds”.
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