During this period, most of our buildings are closed. The following sites remain open for authorised members of staff.
This content was last updated on 29 April 2020 at 10:35 (GMT)
Critical staff who remain on campus must observe strict social distancing measures.
Specific accommodation sites are also open to students who are unable to return home.
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The following sites will be open on an ongoing basis. Authorised members of staff will be able to enter via swipe card access, to aid the NHS response to COVID-19.
- QMC Medical School
- Life sciences bridge-link to QMC
- Derby Medical School
- Clinical Sciences Building at City Hospital
For details on our on-campus health service, see below.
- Cripps Health Centre
- Cavendish Hall
- Willoughby Hall
- Day Nursery
- Busy Bees Nursery
University of Nottingham Innovation Park
Third-party occupied buildings:
- Institute of Mental Health
- Ingenuity Building
- Geospatial Building
- Sir Colin Campbell Building
- Food Hall (C Store/Rushcliffe)
- Bonington Hall Laundrette
King’s Meadow Campus
- Open for essential services (IT and Mailroom)
- Mailroom will continue to receive/send mail via Royal Mail and is open for mail collection between 7.30am and 12noon, Monday to Friday
Cripps Health Centre is open between 8am and 6.30pm, Monday to Friday.
To avoid infection and reduce the burden on our health services, please avoid non-urgent appointments.
Additional hours for booked appointments only:
- Monday 6pm to 8.45pm
- Saturday 8am to 12noon
For more information, see the University of Nottingham Health Service website.
The University Hopper bus services are still running between campuses – see timetables.
Staff who usually commute to work via bus should be aware of changes to the 4, 31 and 34 routes. More information about these services and the alternatives can be found on Nottingham City Transport's website.
Parking on campus
Car parking enforcement ceased from Friday 20 March 2020 until further notice.
This will enable critical staff who remain on campus to carry out their work without a permit. Restrictions will still apply to any vehicles which present an obstruction.
Some parking spaces are offered to staff working for Nottingham University Hospitals Trust, to enable them to carry out essential front-line services. Spaces are available in the Medical School car park, on University Park and on Jubilee Campus.