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Griffith College is closed to non-resident students. Classes are continuing via e-learning.

Updated: 24 March, 11:15

The college’s first priority is the health and safety of our learners, residents, lecturers and staff.

College staff and lecturers are working remotely and are available via email and Moodle.

Classes and Exams

On-campus classes have been suspended until the end of the semester, 1 May 2020. Online and blended courses are continuing as scheduled. 

Classes will be offered online and will be recorded to facilitate learners in different time zones and those who may not have immediate access to broadband/Wi-fi facilities. Please review our Online Learner Etiquette document as classes transition to online delivery.

Where possible, on-campus classes are being moved online to the same schedule (e.g. classes scheduled for 10 am on Thursdays will continue to be delivered at 10 am Thursdays).

Semester examinations scheduled for May 2020 will no longer involve on-campus attendance. They will be conducted via remote access and online to allow for online attendance and monitoring.

Your faculty will be in touch regarding any changes to due dates and delivery within your course.

International Students

The college has made alternative arrangements so that international learners who travel home can complete their programmes from their home country.

As countries around the world impose new travel restrictions to combat the spread of Covid-19, more international travel disruption is likely. Griffith College, in line with Irish government policy, is advising learners to exercise a high degree of caution if considering international travel.

The most up to date travel information for re-entering Ireland is available from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Similarly, where international travel is a necessity, learners should consult the relevant government website in their destination country

New Students, Joining May 2020

The college is planning to deliver on-campus programmes to new learners from May 2020. The college is keeping the situation under review and will provide further information should circumstances change.   

More information about the college’s COVID-19 arrangements is available in our FAQs.

If you need any further information, please contact the college through your faculty, Moodle, email, or SU.

Information on the COVID-19 coronavirus

Further Information

For more information, visit the HSE's website.

Update Archive

Previous updates regarding COVID-19 can be found below.