General questions about the University
To make sure students can access support wherever they are, all of Student Services will be available online to support students. In addition, students on campus will be able to book face-to-face appointments with Disability Advisers, Mental Health Advisers, Counsellors and a range of other Student Support staff.
Whilst no longer a legal requirement, Welsh Government still recommends that you continue wearing a face covering in health care settings, and in many cases, this will be required. By wearing a face covering you will be helping to protect others around you particularly those who are vulnerable.
You may also wish to consider wearing, and you may be asked to wear a face covering in other places.
Please be respectful of other people’s choices, whether they choose to wear a face covering or not.
If you need to self-isolate you will be able to use the online resources to continue your course until you are able to participate in face to face activities again.
No we are sorry, this is not an option.
The key strengths of Bangor University are around our community and the broad range of activity and support that we offer.
We will therefore expect you to make yourself available to participate in as much of the on campus support, delivery and activities as possible.