Information for parents/caregivers

Our students are at the heart of our campus life, and their safety and wellbeing mean everything to us.

Please rest assured that during the COVID-19 Red traffic light setting, we are totally committed to providing our student whānau with the vibrant and rewarding campus experience for which we’re famous, while at the same time safeguarding the wellbeing of our entire campus community.

It is essential that students in our accommodation care know that the full extent of our resources are dedicated to supporting them, and that they should reach out to us whenever they need us.

We have supplied them with our 24/7 contact details and encouraged them to get in touch with any questions or concerns.

Listed below are the processes we have implemented for accommodation students during the Red light setting. Lincoln University is following MoE guidelines for Tertiary Education Organisations on operating under the COVID-19 Protection Framework (CPF), and all requirements in place are in accordance with Government guidance.

These processes have been communicated to all our accommodation students directly by our Residential Advisers and on the Lincoln University Facebook page.

Operating alongside the Red light processes are our catering services, which are delivering meals (including specified dietary requirements) to self-isolating individual accommodation students three times daily, plus our organised schedule of daily fresh air activities carried out in our nominated outdoor area.