If you have contracted COVID-19, please let us know. We are concerned about your health and would want to know if you are unwell. We will also need to let our community know if they have been potentially exposed.
St Mark’s and CSU are already brilliantly set up for online learning. The majority of our students already study online, and you will be joining them for a time. We are ahead of the game, and ready to support you in your learning.
Our online classrooms operate through a platform called ‘Adobe Connect’ (also known within CSU as ‘Online Meeting’).
Do not ask your subject coordinator for help with IT issues, but contact Student Central. We find that hearing lectures is the main challenge for most people, so try to understand the sound settings on your computer and within Adobe Connect.
Even though there are drawbacks to not meeting face-to-face, online learning can strengthen community through strong and focussed discussions, both using the Discussion forum on your Interact2 site, and through the chat facility of Adobe Connect.
Face-to-face and online classes will recommence as normal. On-campus students are still welcome to join online if that is your preference.
Please check our residential timetable for the latest updates or contact your subject lecturer.
Chapel services will resume in the St Mark’s Chapel from Tuesday 14 July. We also hope to continue to livestream Chapel at 10.30am on Tuesday to Thursday.
Check our Library Help section for details about library services.
Information pertinent to students is being regularly updated on your student portal and on CSU’s COVID-19 information page.
Finally: we are aware that changes surrounding the pandemic can be a source of anxiety for some of our students. Our faculty also wants to support you in whatever way we can. You can also seek advice from CSU’s student support services.
Teaching will continue as usual online and with minimal disruption.
Please make use of student support services or be in direct contact with your lecturer if you need support or a listening ear.
St Mark’s is already brilliantly setup for online learning. The majority of our students already study online, and you will be joining them for a time. We are ahead of the game, and ready to support you in your learning.
St Mark’s will be back in the office during standard operating hours from Monday 13 July.
At this stage, St Mark’s will continue to hold off on large gatherings and public events. With the odd exception, our events generally do not breach the 100-persons limit imposed by the government.
ACT Government Health — Coronavirus Update: https://health.act.gov.au/about-our-health-system/novel-coronavirus-covid-19
Australian Government’s Department of Education Coronavirus Factsheets: https://education.govcms.gov.au/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov