Updated: 27 January 2022, 10:58 am AEST
CQUniversity provides COVID-19 updates to students, staff and stakeholders based on information from Federal and State Government authorities and will continue to do so as any new information becomes available.
We ask that anyone that attending a CQU campus, follows the latest health advice for their region and continues practising good hygiene and social distancing measures. Please do not attend any campus if you are displaying any cold- or flu-like symptoms.
For the latest official advice regarding mask-wearing, social distancing, venue check-in and other COVID safety matters, please refer to the official health site for each of the jurisdictions in which CQUniversity operates, as follows:
Do you have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend a CQUniversity campus?
It depends on your location.
CQUniversity is following the guidelines of health authorities in each state.
In Victoria, only staff, students and visitors who have received two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine can attend campus.
Where vaccination is not a condition of attendance in a particular state, CQUniversity is not currently enforcing any extralegal conditions on campus attendance. For example, students are able to attend our campuses in New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland regardless of their vaccination status, apart from some cohort-based exceptions (e.g. health students participating in clinical activities).
Can I still travel overseas for work or study?
No, CQUniversity is not approving any non-essential travel (internationally or domestically) for staff however overseas student travel from July 2022 will be assessed on a case-by-case basis following a comprehensive risk management review undertaken by the CQUGlobal office and as part of University travel approval. Remote/online CQUGlobal study and work integrated learning opportunities are also available.
How will courses be delivered in Term 1, 2022?
The delivery of on-campus and mixed-mode units for Term 1, 2022 will be delivered face-to-face, with relevant state and territory Government guidelines considered.
Will COVID-19 impact my application for study in 2022?
No, applications are being processed as per normal.