COVID-19 Student Updates
As this is an evolving situation we will continue to keep students up to date with any changes that may arise.
It is important we support each other and negotiate these challenges together. Stay safe and positive.
Student Attendance Request
€250 Covid-19 Once Off Grant
The Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science has introduced a Covid-19 Once Off Emergency Allowance of €250 for SUSI and higher education students.
The majority of eligible students have had their €250 either refunded to the original source of payment where fees have already been paid in full, or their outstanding fee reduced by €250.
We hope to have all grants processed by 28th February 2021.
Information for Returning Students
Faculty of Film, Art + Creative Technologies
Faculty of Film, Art + Creative Technologies Classroom/Studio/Lab Procedures + Protocols
Department of Humanities + Arts Management
Department of Entrepreneurship
Following the?announcement?by the Irish Government that current public health measures have been extended beyond Tuesday 5th of May, IADT along with all schools, pre-schools and further and higher education settings will remain closed to staff and students until at least?18th May 2020?when further advice will be issued.
Following the?announcement?by the Irish Government that current public health measures have been extended beyond?19 April?2020, IADT along with all schools, pre-schools and further and higher education settings will remain closed to staff and students until?05 May 2020.
The following important information has been sent to all students today from Dr Annie Doona – President, and David Smith – President Elect.
Technological Higher Education Association: Statement of Academic Continuity
In line with the guidance and advice of THEA, IADT is utilising its academic governance and quality assurance structures to develop and implement the necessary changes to ensure the delivery of the curriculum and the appropriate assessment arrangements. Please see statement of?Academic Continuity from THEA.
IADT along with all schools, pre-schools and further and higher education settings will remain closed to students until 19 April 2020.
The decision has been taken following advice from the NPHET (National Public Health Emergency Team) as part of efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19.
The following message has been sent by email to all students from Presidents of Irish Universities and Institutes of Technology today.
IADT campus?will be closed for students from 6pm this evening (March 12th) through to March 29th (inclusive) as per Government advisory for Schools, Colleges and Universities.
We are implementing a programme of supports for all students to?mitigate against any?academic impact this may have.
Ensuring the health and safety of our students and staff and minimising the risk of spread of infection is our utmost?priority.
We will communicate as more information becomes available via your student email (please ensure you have access, any problems contact:?firstname.lastname@example.org), IADT social media channels: @myiadt and this webpage.
There is an ongoing outbreak of a novel coronavirus that originated in China and has spread to other countries, including in Europe. The HSE Health Protection Surveillance Centre is monitoring the situation and updating?www.hpsc.ie?regularly.
Most cases of coronavirus appear to be mild, with those more severely affected already suffering underlying health conditions that leave them more vulnerable to respiratory conditions.
The safety and wellbeing of the IADT community is, and always will be, our highest priority, and we have carefully considered the official advice available to us, and our responsibility to ensure the welfare of our students, staff and visitors.? We will keep the community updated regularly as the situation changes.
Further information is available on the?HSE website.
The government has announced additional measures to protect citizens by delaying the spread of COVID-19.
The general public is asked to follow this advice and keep informed of this ongoing outbreak.
Find the most up to date information and advice from the HSE?here.
The Library’s physical space is currently closed throughout Level 5 restrictions.
We are still offering several methods to obtain your books:
- During Level 5 restrictions the Library will only operate Click & Collect on MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY from 11:00 – 12:45.
- We can?post books?out to you at your home address. Please email email@example.com with details of the books you want.
- We are still offering our?Scan & Deliver?service where we will email you a journal article or book chapter.
If you are having any difficulty locating material, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help.
Nurses are available on site Tuesday and Thursday and available remotely Monday, Thursday and Friday. Call 01-2394760 for an appointment or email StudentHealth@www.nxshengjin.com.
We want to see you but, unfortunately, we are unable to allow walk-ins at the moment due to COVID-19.?STI ?testing is available on Tuesday and Thursday mornings by appointment only.
Update to all students from the Institute Nurse.
We are recommending that if a student reports a Positive case of Covid-19 to a staff member that contact is made with the Health Centre to record the details for statistical recording purposes. This will also enable the Health Centre to offer support to the student or Staff member, if required.
When you are in contact with the student can you please ask their permission for you to share the information with the health centre. Please remind them that the information will be held in a highly confidential manner. Otherwise, can you please encourage them to contact us directly. Please send any Covid- 19 positive case information to email@example.com or phone 01 2394760.
We would like to remind everyone that the Health centre is open and available to each and every student and we encourage them to contact us for any medical assistance they may require please refer any queries at all to 01 2394760 or IADT Student Health web page.
Due to COVID-19 emergency the IADT Student Health centre is working remotely Mon-Thurs 9.30am-12.30pm and 2pm-4.30pm, Fridays 9.30am-2pm.
For medical issues, and if you are living at home please contact your own GP in the first instance. If you need medical records sent to your own GP this can be arranged with your permission.
Please email us at the address below.
All other students please phone 01 2394760 or email firstname.lastname@example.org?.? We will do our best to respond during opening hours.? Generation Health GP’s can be contacted on 01 2461157. Please confirm that?you are an IADT student and give your student ID Number.
All urgent medical needs in relation to COVID-19 or any other emergency please call 999/112 or COVID-19 HSE helpline 1850 24 1850
Alternatively, if more appropriate, please contact E DOC for out of hours GP service, Mon- Fri 6pm-8am and 24 hours on Sat & Sun & Bank Holidays.
Please phone +353 1 2234 500 to make an appointment.
Normal GP fees apply unless holder of medical card.