NTNU's handling of the coronavirus pandemic
Smitte, contact, faq
- Stay at home if you have respiratory tract symptoms
- Wash your hands frequently,
- Keep minimum 1 metre away from other people.
NTNU has been tasked with keeping an track of who is present on campus, when and where, in order to assist the health officials in the Trondheim municipality with contact tracking in the event of a Covid-19 infection on campus.
- Use of public transport
Quarantine requirements for people entering Norway
Are you infected or in quarantine
If you get acute respiratory symptoms while you are on campus, or the municipality’s infection control office (smittevernkontor) defines you as a close contact of an infected person, you must leave the campus as soon as possible.
For questions about absence, contact your line manager or student adviser/lecturer.
Are you feeling worried, or just need someone to talk to?
Your student life
Your student life
None of us can predict the future, but we all need to expect some changes in everyday life, with measures for reducing infection for a long time to come. At NTNU, we are working to make it possible for you to have a rewarding student life and keep your student environment in a somewhat unusual time. All students will have parts of their study programme on campus.
The pandemic affects us in many ways – studies, jobs, friendships, love and everything else that has a place in life. If you need to talk to someone, contact Studentsamskipnaden (SiT) - the Student Association in Trondheim, Gjøvik and Ålesund.
If you are unable to attend practical training, or have to cancel due to coronavirus, you will be given the opportunity for new practical training. See guidelines for practical training.
All reading rooms will be available this autumn, but you must book in advance. Book your space via timeplansystemet (TP).
Jan Erik Kaarø