Updated 1 April 2020 4.15pm
Only essential services and activities are being delivered on campus (observing the principle of social distancing). Essential staff will be informed by their line managers if they need to be on campus. As a general rule, staff and students cannot access University buildings (including their own offices).
Closures and other changes to service
Computer clusters will be closed.
All sports facilities closed from 5pm on Friday 20 March.
The Print and Copy Bureau will be running a limited copying service (accessed online).
Mail will not be delivered to individual buildings, and you should therefore avoid having important mail sent to the University over the next month.
Nexus will be closed to the public but the team will still be working. View the Nexus coronavirus information page.
View our information for suppliers.
The University’s Security Services are dedicated to providing staff, students and visitors with a safe, welcoming and secure environment. In order to ensure they can still provide face-to-face advice and support during the current coronavirus (covid-19) situation, they have introduced a WhatsApp video call service.
Video call 07876 866747 through WhatsApp to speak with an officer who will be able to assist you with whatever help and advice you need.
This service will be available 24/7, for anyone who needs it. If your situation is an emergency, please still dial 999 first and ring the Security Services on 0113 343 2222 afterwards if possible.
If you do need to see them in person, the Security Office at 175 Woodhouse Lane will still be remaining open as an essential service during this time.
Car parking on campus
Essential University staff, postgraduate researchers and students can park free of charge on campus until further notice. This includes the multi-storey car park and all other car parking facilities on campus.
You will need to register your car with us before you can access free parking. If you’re already registered you don’t need to do anything. If you haven’t done this yet, find out what you need to do.
Staff at Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust have also been allocated parking on campus, see more information on parking for Trust staff
The Library will be providing an expanded set of electronic resources. The current book retrieval system ended at 5pm on Friday 20 March. Module leaders are asked to make sure their reading lists are up to date, and to start thinking about how any planned assessments are designed to be reliant only on electronic resources. Library staff will be working remotely to support student education and research. View the latest information on the library’s response to coronavirus.
IT Service Desk
Service Desk is moving to remote working as quickly as possible.
If you need support please the online service first. Log in to the IT Website to put in any requests or incidents. Visit it.leeds.ac.uk
Working from home advice
Tips and advice on working from home
Installing new software
Help for staff and students who need to install software at home, check the A-Z of software available
Please avoid using Desktop anywhere wherever possible. There are a limited number of staff licenses available and demand for these will be high. Work on an alternative is underway and details will follow when this is available.
Leeds University Union
- The LUU building is now closed and all support staff are working from home.
- LUU is changing its help and support services to allow it to continue to support students – offering a video advice service.
Access LUU support services at LUU coronavirus webpage
The Logik Centre is closed, all classes and appointments are cancelled.