Notices from the Dean's Office

 
 
 
 
 

Staying Safe

 

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Declare your temperature twice each day (AM & PM) on the uNivUS app, under 'Health Declaration’, or the NUS Health Declaration website: https://myaces.nus.edu.sg/htd

If you have to come to campus, declare your temperature on the app or website before you arrive.

Wear a mask if you’re heading out. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, do not go to class or any other common areas such as canteens or study areas where you may inadvertently infect others. Please go directly to the University Health Centre (UHC), or any other clinic to seek immediate medical advice/attention.

Stay updated on the latest Singapore COVID-19 news via official channels.

 

 

 

Travelling to NUS Computing

 

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Stay within Zone C

NUS has been divided into 5 zones. NUS Computing is in Zone C. Computing students must remain within Zone C at all times when on campus. You are not allowed to cross zones (even for classes or meals). Please click here for the full map.

Computer Engineering (CEG) students have zone assignments according to their year of study, and should check for instructions from the corresponding CEG programme managers.

If you have to come to campus, declare your temperature on the uNivUS app before you arrive. Wear a mask at all times.

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Getting from Kent Ridge MRT to NUS Computing

To get from Kent Ridge MRT to NUS Computing, take the Internal Shuttle Bus (ISB) service ‘CC’ from opposite Kent Ridge MRT and alight at COM2.

Only passengers with NUS staff or student IDs may board the shuttle buses. Show the driver your uNivUS safety profile, located under NUSafe in the uNivUS app, when boarding the bus.

For the full list of adjusted shuttle bus services, click here.

 

 

 

On Campus

 

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Temperature declaration & using SafeEntry

  • If you have to come to campus, declare your temperature on the uNivUS app, under 'Health Declaration', before you arrive.
  • Check in via the SafeEntry QR codes at entry points when on campus.
  • Observe social distancing rules and wear a mask at all times.
  • Computing students must remain within Zone C at all times when on campus. Avoid crossing zones, even for classes or meals.

Students should come to campus only on days when they have face-to-face classes. For more information about classes, please see below.

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Food @ Zone C

Note that operating hours may change. Avoid crossing to other zones for meals.

OMO Store

COM 1, Level 2

24/7

Snacks & drinks

Drinks stall

COM 2, Level 1

7.30am - 5pm (Mon-Fri)

The Deck

FASS

7.30am - 4pm (Mon-Fri)

Yong tau fu, chicken rice, Indian food etc

The Spread

NUS Business School Mochtar Riady Building

7.45am - 8.45pm (Mon-Fri)

8am - 2.30pm (Sat)

Western food

Reedz Café

Shaw Foundation Alumni House

9am - 5pm (Mon-Fri)

Western food

 

 

 

Classes & Exams

 

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E-learning options are available for all NUS Computing modules (including lectures, tutorials, labs, exams)

Only some classes will be run face-to-face (F2F). Do note that if the situation improves over time, more classes will be run F2F. Students should come to campus only on days when they have F2F classes.

  • All classes with more than 50 students will be conducted online. This includes lectures, tutorials, labs and recitations etc.
  • Classes with 50 or fewer students may be conducted F2F, via e-learning, or hybrid (i.e. mix of F2F and online).
  • Safe distancing of 2m between students must be maintained in classes. All rooms are marked to indicate where students can sit given current safe distancing requirements.
  • More information on which lectures/tutorials/etc that may be conducted F2F will be provided.

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, do not go to class or any other common areas such as canteens or study areas where you may inadvertently infect others. Please go directly to the University Health Centre (UHC), or any other clinic to seek immediate medical advice/attention.

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E-learning options for students who are unable to come to campus

Students who are not able to attend F2F classes due to being in different zones, having to serve Stay Home Notices (SHN), or international students who are not able to come due to reasons beyond their control (such as travel restrictions imposed by governments), will have e-learning options for the modules having F2F classes.

This may be in the form of lecture recordings (asynchronous) or Zoom lectures (synchronous) along with reading materials etc.

Lecturers will try to provide extra consultation sessions (over Zoom or similar platforms) for students.

For those serving SHN, please visit https://www.homer.gov.sg/instructions for instructions to download the Homer - QO SHN on Apple App Store, or Homer on Google Play Store.

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Exams

Many of our modules will have 100% CA (continual assessment).

For modules that have final examinations, the current plans are to conduct e-examinations. Note that if the situation improves during the course of the semester, this may change.

Please visit https://mysoc.nus.edu.sg/academic/e-exam-sop-for-students/ for more information on NUS Computing's E-Exam SOP.

 

 

Internships

 

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NUS Computing has taken additional measures to help students whose internships are affected by the pandemic.

Please click here for more information.

 

 

 

More Information

 

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Helpful links

For more information on health declaration, OTD systems and NUS/MOH circulars on COVID-19, visit the NUS Office of Safety, Health & Environment’s website.

You may also refer to the NUS Registrar’s Office website, under ‘Additional Measures in response to COVID-19’.

For those serving SHN, please visit https://www.homer.gov.sg/instructions for instructions to download the Homer - QO SHN on Apple App Store, or Homer on Google Play Store.

Stay updated on the latest Singapore COVID-19 news via official channels.

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Contact information

Questions? You may seek further clarification via email: