This page has critical information about the COVID-19 crisis and the University’s responses as this situation evolves.
National Coronavirus Hotline: 1800 020 080
Victorian Coronavirus Hotline: 1800 675 398
For general advice about COVID-19 including how to protect yourself and others, symptoms, and when to get tested, visit the Australian Government’s Department of Health.General advice
Factsheets for university students and staff
Factsheets for university staff and students are regularly updated on the Department of Education, Skills and Employment.Factsheets
Please read an important statement from the Vice-Chancellor on the University’s response to Coronavirus. The university will be moving to online delivery as much as possible for the remainder of first semester. In addition, first semester will be extended by two weeks.Statement from the Vice-Chancellor
Library Services and COVID-19
Library Hub staff and librarians working at libraries associated with the University are committed to providing continued access to library services and resources as the global coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves.
The University continues to provide access to a huge number of online library resources via the Library Hub and library staff are still available to assist.
A LibGuide has been created as a central place to update the University community about any library-related developments, including access arrangements at the libraries associated with the University of Divinity, and tips for accessing library resources remotely.COVID-19 LibGuide
Cancellation of Melbourne Graduation Ceremony 2020
The Council of the University of Divinity has resolved to cancel the public Graduation Ceremony due to be held at 7.30pm on Friday 27 March 2020 at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Melbourne.
This decision is taken in light of the coronavirus pandemic and the need to take all possible steps to protect the health and safety of the University’s members and the general public.Learn more
Community Response: Reflection and Meditation
In a time of great disruption and uncertainty, members of the University community are responding to the COVID-19 crisis by penning reflections and meditations.