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Guidelines and FAQ for students at SDU

LATEST UPDATE: 21 JANUARY 2021

 

Guidelines at SDU due to COVID-19 (UPDATED)

MORE STRINGENT COVID-19 MEASURES FROM 9 DECEMBER UNTIL AND INCLUDING 7 FEBRUARY

SDU will remain on lockdown until 7 February 2021 (inclusive). Physical activities and stays on campus must be reduced to an absolute minimum. Only critical task functions and/or programme activities may be carried out on campus. Critical task functions include:

  • consideration for human and animal life, honour and welfare
  • critical loss of irreplaceable research data (e.g. twin registered)
  • critical infrastructure (support for online university)

Conversion of in-person programme activities to online activities (e.g. exams and teaching). In-person exams on special academic grounds in relation to laboratory, clinic or workshop facilities can be conducted on campus. However, these activities are subject to the stricter assembly ban, so no more than 5 people may gather at the same time. As a student, you will be notified directly by your faculty about the converted activities.

For in-person meetings that cannot be converted into online activities, e.g. in relation to teaching, exams or critical functions, no more than 5 people may be present at the same time.

Socially distance at 2 metres. From now on, a you must keep a distance of 2 metres instead of 1 metre when present at SDU's locations. This requirement applies to the limited number of in-person activities (teaching, exams and critical task functions) that take place at SDU's locations.

Students who need access to the University must contact their head of studies.

Find them here and read them again, when you need them: (UPDATED)

Overall guidelines at SDU

Guidelines related to access to, presence and attendance

Guidelines related to specific activities

Cleaning and protective equipment

Updating of SDU's guidelines follows the latest announcement of the Ministry of Education and Research's guidelines, which can be accessed via the Ministry's homepage here (in Danish only).

When may I physically show up on SDU's campuses during COVID-19?
Please click here to find out.
What happens if I do not follow SDU's guidelines or instructions in connection with activities at SDU - incl. special COVID-19 guidelines?
You can be reported for breaches of rules on disciplinary measures against students at SDU - read them here.

Also good to know ...

TRAVEL: What should I be aware of in relation to travel?

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs warns against travel to all countries. Also, new entry restrictions mean, among other things, that the list of worthy purposes for entering the country will be curtailed, while at the same time new test requirements are introduced. For further information click here (in Danish only).

SDU generally follows the authorities' instructions, which currently and until 7 February 2021 discourage travel to all countries in the world. It is likely that government restrictions could be extended further. 
SDU strongly recommends the University's students to follow the authorities’ travel instructions in force at any time.

Risks in case you still decide to travel

Travel to a country to which discouraged by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discourages unnecessary travel, increases the risk of not being able to come home to Denmark or of falling ill with COVID-19. If this happens for you during your travel, and if you fall ill or get quarantined for the sake of completing your studies, please note that this does not necessarily constitute an unusual circumstance. The circumstance will be included in the overall assessment of whether there are unusual circumstances that may justify exemption.


If you decide to embark on a prolonged stay abroad, you do so at your own risk. You should be aware of the following:

  • that the authorities of the country in question allow entry/exit for students (worthy purposes).
  • that you are covered by insurance, also in case you are to be treated for COVID-19 in the country in question.
  • that the host’s place finds it justifiable for you to arrive and stay there.

If you decide to embark on a shorter stay abroad, you do so at your own risk and SDU may deny you access to physical activities on SDU's campuses in connection with their studies during their period of self-isolation. The Rectorate will make a decision in each specific case, based on the recommendation of the faculty or Central Administration.

In addition, please refer to our guidelines for people with symptoms of COVID-19 on this same page.

INCREASED RISK: I am at increased risk of a serious course of illness if I fall ill with COVID-19. What should I do?

If you are at increased risk, you will have to contact your general practitioner for a specific individual assessment, whether you can attend physical activities at SDU, or whether special precautions are needed. If so, please contact us via the corona button in SPOC. You will then be contacted by a staff member who is close to your study programme.

Also, please read SDU's guidelines for students at increased risk here on this same page.

ACCOMODATION: What can I do if I have to self-isolate due to COVID-19 but live with others?

If you’re a student and have been offered accommodation through SDU (applies in particular to international students)

Students for whom SDU has offered accommodation via its housing service must self-isolate in their own home to the extent possible, cf. the Danish Health Authority's guidelines. As a rule, SDU does not offer rehousing, but if you are unable to self-isolate, please contact your council with a view to self-isolating in another home. SDU's housing service is happy to help you get in touch with the council and answer other practical questions as well as provide info on how to self-isolate in a responsible manner in your home. Please contact SDU's housing service at bolig@sdu.dk.

If you’re a student and haven’t been offered accommodation through SDU

The Danish Health Authority recommends self-isolation for certain groups of people. If you’re unable to self-isolate in your own home, the council offers isolation stays at an external isolation facility to persons who cannot establish and maintain self-isolation in their own home. There are a limited number of isolation rooms, and the council reserves the right to determine whether they should be used.
Read more about self-isolation on the Danish Health Authority's website.

ACCESS TO SDU: Can I enter the buildings at the University?
Access to SDU's premises requires approval. Students who need access to the University must contact their head of studies.
CONTACT: How can I get in touch with employees involved in my education programme?
SDU's employees (lecturers, supervisors, degree programme secretaries, study programme coordinators etc.) are not available in-person while SDU is on lockdown. Please contact them via email or phone.

International

I am an international student. Can I enter Denmark?

Maybe.

On 9 January the Danish government introduced new restrictions for entry into Denmark, currently valid until 7 February.

  • International students without a residence permit (i.e. most new EU-students) cannot enter Denmark at present
  • International students with a valid residence permit or who have additional worthy purpose of entry (e.g. a job) are allowed to enter

If you do not have a residence permit in Denmark, we advise you to postpone your making travel arrangements until the current restrictions have been lifted.

At present SDUs is closed for on-campus activities, and we do not know how long the lock-down will last. If the university remains closed at the beginning of the semester, courses will be conducted online. In this situation, you may be able to initiate your studies online, but it is expected that you will need to be physically present at some point during the spring 2021 semester and possibly for exams as well.

If you have booked accommodation through SDU’s Accommodation Office, you will be contacted directly with further instructions.

Please make sure that you have access to your SDU student email to receive important updates on the situation.

Detailed information about entry requirements can be found here.

Contact

SDU International at spoc.sdu.dk; int@sdu.dk or phone +45 6550 2264 (weekdays 10.00 – 14.000).

Danish Police arrivals hotline on phone +45 70 20 60 44.

I am entering Denmark. Do I need to get tested for COVID-19? And do I need to self-isolate?

If you are travelling to Denmark by air, you are required to present a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 24 hours before boarding the plane abroad.

If you travel to Denmark by other means, you are not required to present a negative COVID-19 test at the border, if you have either a Danish passport or a residence permit in Denmark.

Regardless of your way of entry, the Danish authorities strongly recommend that you get a rapid test at the border (free of charge) and self-isolate for 10 days after entry into Denmark. Your self-isolation can be lifted if you get a negative PCR-test on day 4 at the earliest.

Please follow all official guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19 including physical distancing to other people, hygiene and use of face masks in the public.

I want to get tested for COVID-19 – how can I do that?

If you experience any COVID-19 symptoms* or wish to get tested:

  • If you have a CPR number and NemID, you can book a test at www.coronaprover.dk.
  • If you have a CPR number, but haven’t received your NemID, please find more information on the process here.
  • If you don’t have a CPR number yet, please find more information on the process here.

*If you need to be assessed by a healthcare professional, you must first contact your own doctor or an emergency service doctor outside normal opening hours before booking a COVID-19 test. The emergency doctor in the Region of Southern Denmark can be reached on phone +4570110707 between 4pm and 8am.

As a student at SDU, what to do if you test positive for COVID-19?

Please read SDU's guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 and follow the steps described. You can find the guidelines here on this same page.

Where can I keep myself updated?

The official webpage with information about the current situation in Denmark is coronasmitte.dk 
Further information on COVID-19 and your studies at SDU: Information on MySDU

I have questions
Please do not hesitate to contact SDU International at int@sdu.dk or +45 6550 2264 (Mon-Fri 10am-2pm).

Where am I able to see, how lectures during the semester are conducted?

Subject to the authorities announcing new guidelines, you can access your timetable via Blackboard and/or itslearning (the successor to Blackboard). In itslearning, it will be available in week 3 (18 - 24 January). As always, we also recommend that you stay updated via your SDU email.

You have access to SDU-systems as soon as you are enrolled at SDU.

Do you have questions regarding going abroad as part of your studies, summer school or similar?

SDU generally follows the authorities' instructions, which currently and until 7 February 2021 discourage travel to all countries in the world. It is likely that government restrictions could be extended further.

SDU strongly recommends the University's students to follow the authorities’ travel instructions in force at any time.

If you decide to embark on a prolonged stay abroad, you do so at your own risk. You should be aware of the following:

  • that the authorities of the country in question allow entry/exit for students (worthy purposes).
  • that you are covered by insurance, also in case you are to be treated for COVID-19 in the country in question.
  • that the host’s place finds it justifiable for you to arrive and stay there.
More information

You can find more information in the FAQ on SDU International’s Study Abroad. We have included information about SDU’s travel advice, insurance, grants, etc. The FAQ is updated regularly.

You can also find an FAQ by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science, aimed at international students as well as students planning to go abroad.

Other considerations
If you are in doubt about your stay or would like to talk about your considerations with someone, you are welcome to contact SDU International.

Contact
Contact SDU International via spoc.sdu.dk or at +45 6550 2264, weekdays 10-14.

* Unfortunately, this information is only available in Danish. If you don’t read Danish, please consult the equivalent information from your home country.

I am currently studying or doing an internship abroad – what should I do?

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs currently advises against travelling to the whole world, but people who are already abroad will not be recalled. If you currently live abroad and feel comfortable about the situation, you can continue your stay abroad.

However, SDU advises you to contact your insurance company to make sure that you are still covered during your stay abroad even though the Ministry of Foreign Affairs now advises against travelling to your host country. Also remember to keep up to date with the situation in your host country and follow the guidelines of the local authorities.

If you choose to travel home, you must notify SDU International and comply with the current requirements for isolation and testing.

Contact

You are welcome to contact SDU International via spoc.sdu.dk or at + 45 65 50 22 64 on weekdays 10 AM - 2 PM.

If your enquiry is urgent (e.g. evacuation, emergencies and the like), contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ 24-hour Global Help Desk: + 45 33 92 11 12.

Is the status of my residence permit affected?

Please keep yourself updated on nyidanmark.dk

Lectures, courses, exams

EXAM: How are exams with physical attendance held at SDU during COVID-19?

Good hygiene, a safe distance and spacious premises

SDU follows the authorities’ recommendations and guidelines regarding COVID-19, and this also applies in connection with the administration of exams. Therefore, there is extra focus on good hygiene, social distancing, spacious premises, etc. in connection with all in-person exams. A number of written exams are converted to online exams, which means that there will be more space and the opportunity for greater social distancing at exams that are conducted physically. Stay up to date via Blackboard/itslearning and your SDU email, where you will receive information on how your exams will be conducted.

You’ll be informed

If, after your exam, it turns out that one of your fellow students who has been in the same examination room as you has become ill with COVID-19, you will be informed of this. SDU will make sure that it’s possible to meet the authorities’ requirements for social distancing, etc. in connection with in-person exams. Therefore, as a starting point, it’s not a question of establishing close contacts, see the health authorities’ definition. Still, you can be sure that we will inform you if you have been in the same room as an infected person.

EXAM: The corona situation prevents me from attending my exam, which is held physically at SDU. But what am I supposed to do …
... if I’m at increased risk of a severe course of illness from COVID-19,
... if I'm in close contact with a person diagnosed with COVID-19,
... if I have symptoms of COVID-19 or
... if I’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19?

If you are at increased risk of a severe course of illness from COVID-19,
you must ask your GP to assess whether your illness allows you to attend physical activities at your education programme at SDU, or whether special precautions are needed.
If your GP determines that you are unable to attend or that special precautions are required, please contact SDU via the Corona button in SPOC.

If you are in close contact with a person who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, the following applies:
1) You must ensure that you are considered a 'close contact', cf. the Danish Health Authority's guidelines. If in doubt, please contact the corona infection tracing unit of the Danish Patient Safety Agency by calling the authorities' common phone no.: (+45) 70 20 02 33 and dialling 2.
2) If you are a 'close contact' and prevented from participating in the physical exams at SDU – because you are in self-isolation and awaiting a test/test result – you can apply to have your exam attempt cancelled. Please note that you must provide documentation for your situation. It must state that the hindrance on your part coincides with the date of the examination in question.
3) Submit documentation for your hindrance to Educational Law & Registration at SDU via SPOC. Documentation must be submitted as soon as possible. For more info on SDU's rules in connection with examinations, please consult MitSDU here.
Please also read SDU’s guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 as well as close contacts. Please find them in this FAQ.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, you must self-isolate and do the following:
1) You must make sure that your symptoms are symptoms of COVID-19, cf. the Danish Health Authority's guidelines.
2) If you have symptoms of COVID-19 and are prevented from participating in the physical exams at SDU, you can apply to have your exam attempt cancelled. Please note that you must provide documentation for your situation. It must state that the hindrance on your part coincides with the date of the examination in question.
3) Submit documentation for your hindrance to Educational Law & Registration at SDU via SPOC. For more info on SDU's rules in connection with examinations, please consult MitSDU here.
Please also read SDU’s guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 as well as close contacts. Please find them in this FAQ.
 
If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19, you must self-isolate and do the following:
1) Read and follow SDU’s guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 as well as close contacts. Please find them in this FAQ.
2) Immediately notify SDU in writing that you have been diagnosed with COVID-19. Use the Corona button in SPOC.
3) Follow SDU's rules for illness and examinations, available here.

SDU always follows the authorities' recommendations and plans exams in a manner that allows you to feel safe and keep a safe distance. Therefore, SDU does not offer any additional special precautions if none of the above situations apply to you.
EXAM: I'm worried that the corona situation will affect my group exam. What should I do?

It depends on your specific situation.

The written part of the exam

If you and your group hand in a written product in connection with your exam, there is a good chance that your submission will not be affected by the corona situation. However, should you fall ill with COVID-19 and your course of illness makes you unable to participate in the submission of your group's product, you must follow SDU's rules for illness during examination.

The oral part of the exam

If you and your group are going to sit for an oral examination, and you are unable to participate due to the corona situation, this will not necessarily affect the oral exam for the others in your group. According to the examination order, the oral examination must be organised in a way that allows for an individual assessment of the student's performance. Should you fall ill with COVID-19, you must follow SDU's rules for illness during examination.

EXAM: What should I be aware of in relation to exams?

Examinations will be conducted as planned in the normal examination syllabus. If the lockdown of SDU affects your course of study, SDU will try to help you in the best possible way.

Examination type
The examination type appears from the course description. Basically, you can assume that the examination type is the same for the re-examination as for the ordinary examination. However, there may be exceptions if, for example, the examination types set out in advance differ between the ordinary exam and re-examination, cf. the programme regulations.

Please stay updated on mitsdu.dk/corona, via Blackboard/itslearning and your SDU e-mail or contact us via the usual channels if in doubt.

EXAM: Can I have my submission deadline postponed now that SDU is on lockdown?

Any postponement of the submission deadline in connection with an internship, a project-oriented course/project/Bachelor project/Master’s thesis or similar will depend on a specific assessment.

We recommend that you hold off on applying until you know the total delay caused by the lockdown of SDU.

Please contact your board of studies if necessary.

MASTER'S THESIS and other major/final assignments: I'm currently finishing my master's thesis, and at this point in time, I expected to be further in the process - what do I do?
Counselling and sparring
Contact the . They can give you advice in relation to your planning, structure, overview, project management, study technique, motivation and spar with you in general.
What are your options?
If you are contemplating applying for an extension of your submission deadline, please contact the counsellors connected to your study programme or your study board in due time in order to clarify your specific options. On your study programme's website at MySDU, you will find the contact information and information on how to apply for an exemption.
Worth mentioning
If you are granted an exemption and thus a new submission deadline, it is worth mentioning that you are still allowed to submit before the original deadline, if you should manage to finish ahead of schedule. It is also worth mentioning that the fact that you have been granted an exemption does not affect the grading. Please remember to apply in due time, if you decide to apply, and ask your counsellors, administration or study board about the deadlines. If you do not have any State education grant (SU) left, you can supply for extra grant - please read more here on MySDU.
CLASSES: In my education programme, part of the method of assessment involves class attendance to pass the course, but what should I do…

if I am at increased risk of a severe course of illness from COVID-19,
...if I have been in close contact with someone, who has tested positive for COVID-19,
...if I have symptoms of COVID-19 or
...if I have been tested positive for COVID-19?

If you are at increased risk of a severe course of illness from COVID-19,
SDU would like to get in touch with you to discuss what you should do in relation to your studies. Please contact SDU via the Corona button in SPOC.

If you have been in close contact with someone, who has tested positive for COVID-19, you must go into self-isolation and do the following:
1) Read and follow theSDU's guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 as well as close contacts. Please find them in this FAQ.
2) For classes requiring physical attendance, you may want to contact a fellow student who has participated in the class and who may be able to go over the material with you.
3) Contact SDU via the Corona button in SPOC if your absence is to such an extent that you risk not fulfilling a possible requirement for attendance to pass a given subject. An employee involved in your education programme will contact you and guide you on how to proceed. Note: If you are a student at the Faculty of Health Sciences and you have hands-on classes or classes for which the distancing requirements have been waived, you must contact the faculty using the Corona button in SPOC and ask for a specific assessment of your situation.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, you must go into self-isolation and do the following:
1) Read and follow SDU's guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 as well as close contacts. Please find them in this FAQ.
2) In case of symptoms of COVID-19, it is important that you do not show up physically on campus. You should self-isolate  and get tested according to the Danish Authority's guidelines. For classes requiring physical attendance, you may want to contact a fellow student who has participated in the class and who may be able to go over the material with you.
3) Contact SDU via the Corona button in SPOC if your absence is to such an extent that you risk not fulfilling a possible requirement for attendance to pass a given subject. An employee involved in your education programme will contact you and guide you on how to proceed.
 
If you have been tested positive for COVID-19, you must go into self-isolation and do the following:
1) Read and follow SDU's guidelines for students with symptoms of or infected with COVID-19 as well as close contacts. Please find them in this FAQ.
2) Immediately, notify SDU that you have fallen ill by writing us via the Corona button in SPOC.
3) Follow SDU's rules for illness and examinations, which you can find here.

CLASSES: Where will I be able to see how teaching will be conducted in the spring semester?
Subject to the authorities announcing new guidelines, you can access your timetable via Blackboard and/or itslearning (the successor to Blackboard). In itslearning, it will be available in week 3 (18 - 24 January).
As always, we also recommend that you stay updated via your SDU email.
INTERNSHIPS and project-based course – am I able to go through?
Keep yourself updated about the situation directly at your place of internship/the company. Is your place of internship affected by the outbreak with coronavirus COVID-19, replacement takes place to the greatest extent possible. You may expect, that the replacement will be scheduled at a later date, where it is practicable.

Well-being

I cannot make a good work-life balance. What do I do?
Make a plan for your day
It’s important to plan specific activities during the day. Try to be as realistic as possible and make sure, you stay up to date on deadlines and the content of your subjects. It’s important to try to lower your expectations for yourself, as the current conditions for your ability to work efficiently are poor.
Watch this webinar on how to plan during corona. Also, join a future webinar for more information on planning.
I am afraid, that I won't be ready for my exam

Please stay up to date on the exam conditions on your study programme page and on Blackboard. Both will continuously be updated.
The General Student Counselling also organizes an online webinar series, which focuses on exam preparation.

I’missing someone to talk about the content of my courses
Contact your fellow students
Schedule a meeting each morning with your study group or friends to go through your talks for the day. You can meet via zoom, skype or in another digital meeting room. Take an active part in your classes and group meetings. Ask questions and share your thoughts on the academic content.
Can I meet with a counsellor now that SDU has been placed on lockdown?
Yes, you can
The meeting will be online or by phone. See, how to book us on MySDU.
I will graduate soon. I'm worried about being able to get a job.

We understand that you might be worried about getting a job. The labour market is different than it was just a couple of months ago.

It is okay to worry
You are probably looking forward to graduating and you are probably curious about your first job. Now, thoughts, such as ”will I be able to get a job at all” or ”now, I will not be able to get the job of my dreams” might pop up. Make room for these thought, but make sure that they will not dominate before you do something about them. A lot of companies still need new employees - and the Corona epidemic will end eventually.

Gain knowledge on the company's situation, and be on top of your competences
Because the labour market has changed, you need to be extra focused on what you can do with your education and how you can create value for the company. It is also important to know the companies' needs and current situation. Get help on SDU's career counselling's websites.

Follow the development of the labour market
We do not know the full extent yet, but SDU's career counselling continues to follow the development of the labour market, and we would be pleased to discuss how this situation will affect you.

Talk to someone
Book a session with a career counsellor to talk about what worries you the most.


I am worried about not being able to get a student job.

It is okay to worry about not being able to get a student job, an internship or the like. The labour market is different than it was just a couple of months ago, but fortunately, there are still a lot of possibilities. Many companies still need student assistants and and you can test your academic skills as a volunteer, write your project report in collaboration with a company or enter into an internship or a project-oriented course. The possibilities of obtaining experience to help you get a job when you graduate, are many.
Book a session with a career counsellor to talk about how to get into the labour market while you are studying.

Can I meet with a career counselor?

Yes, of course.

You decide, if you want to meet us on phone or through Zoom. See how you book us on MySDU.

 Digital questions, IT & Print
What do I do if I need to print?

Order your prints from SDU's webshop!

All students at SDU who do not have access to our campuses during the corona lockdown can now order prints from SDU’s Graphic Centre, free of charge. The option applies during the period when you do not have access to campus – that is, until the government reopens the universities.

How to order: 

  • Follow the link and order from our shop
  • When your order has been printed, you will receive an email from the Graphic Centre stating that the order is ready for pickup, along with information on exactly where you can pick up your print on campus.

If you are a student at SDU Esbjerg, Kolding, Slagelse or Sonderborg, we will send your prints by internal mail. You will be notified when your prints have arrived.

How does SDU prepare the teachers for online teaching and exam?

SDU prepares the teachers for online activities through support and information at the faculties and on SDU's intranet.
This could be inspiring:

  • "How to" guides on online lectures and practice sessions
  • Ideas or advice on how to teach for active learning online
  • Ideas or advice on how to take on your role as an online teacher or examiner

In addition to the guides, SDU also offers daily drop-in sessions online.
If you have questions in relation to your courses, please contact your teacher,  primarily. Please use the Corona button at spoc.sdu.dk to send other comments to your faculty - both favourable and critical.

Does my faculty offer information on online studying?

Yes, your faculty offers information - see below where or how

Faculty of Business and Social Sciences: Digital classroom
Faculty of Engineering: Studying online at TEK
Faculty of Health Sciences: Digital undervisning på SUND
Faculty of Humanities: The digital university
Faculty of Science: As a student, you are continually briefed via Announcements on Blackboard.
IT Security: Have you received a suspicious email?
Don't click on it and read more about the cyber threat in the light of the COVID-19 situation here on MySDU.

Library

There is a book in the library, that I want to borrow or return - what do I do?

The library is closed to the public, with the exception of returning and borrowing materials for research and teaching methods.

Borrow materials
You can make a reservation through the library homepage or the library catalogue: www.sdu.dk/ebib. When the book is ready to be picked up, we will send you an e-mail.

Return materials
If you want to return borrowed materials to one of our libraries, you can do so - see how, on the library homepage.

Please find the library's opening hours here.

I am working on my thesis and I would like to get help from a librarian to carry out my literature search – what do I do?
You can contact us by phone (+45 6550 2622) or send us an e-mail to sdub@bib.sdu.dk. We will do our best to help you.
Also, you can use our ”Book a Librarian form”. You will, then, be contacted by a librarian, who will help you by phone or e-mail.
Do I have access to a book or an article that may be online – how is that possible?
Yes, access to the library’s many databases, e-books and electronic articles is the same, as you are used to.  Use your SDU login to get access.
If you need help with your login, please contact our License department. We will do our best to help you.
I am having trouble getting access to the electronic materials - what do I do?
If you have problems with your remote access, you can find help here.
I did not find answer to my question...
You can reach the library staff by phone and e-mail. Please find information on contact and other information here.

SU - State education grant and SPS

I have questions regarding my SU during COVID-19 - what do I do?
Please read more at the homepage of the Danish Agency for Institutions and Educational Grants.
What shall I pay attention to regarding my public transportation pass?
Stay informed on ungdomskort.dk regarding discounts at the public transport company as a result of the outbreak of COVID-19. Other information can be found here at MySDU.
What about SPS?
At the moment, SPS support is offered through online meetings. Contact your advisour, reading advisour or, if you are new student at SDU, the SPS administration at sps@sdu.dk, if you would like to make an appointment. Also, you can again get technical support if your IT equipment fails.
Where can I pick up my assistive devices?
You can get your assistive devices from SPS. Contact the SPS administration at sps@sdu.dk, which has the devices stored.

SDU's page on Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

New at SDU

Find information on your study start here

Study start

Student at SDU and infected with COVID-19?

Inform SDU through SPOC.

SPOC

Need guidance on study-specific things?

Eg. in relation to exemptions, teaching, exams, study plans, etc

Faculty counselling

Counselling services at SDU

We are many who can help you, if you have questions, concerns and more

Counselling

The Danish Authority's Smitte|stop app

As student at SDU it is up to you, whether you want to use the app.

Read more