Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates

Deakin is continuing to review and monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation as it unfolds. We will update the information relevant to you below as updates are made available.

Supporting our community

As the situation continues to evolve, the courses we offer, and how we offer them, may need to adapt. We're here to support you through this interruption, even if you're not yet a Deakin student – more courses than ever are now available online and poised to shift back on campus when possible.

General information

As this is a constantly evolving situation, we will be posting regular updates with recommendations for all those in the Deakin community.

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Staff information

We assure staff that the safety and wellbeing of our community is top priority. Please browse the large range of questions we have answered for you.

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International student information

We have a dedicated team coordinating our response to this global event, so please check regularly for updates.

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Future student information

As a leader in online learning, Deakin is well positioned to help people upskill during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you're ready to connect with our dynamic learning community and begin your study journey, we can help you find your dream course now.

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Accommodation information

If you're a Deakin resident, your living situation may change as the response to COVID-19 evolves. We'll be updating our FAQs on a regular basis and will continue to provide 24-hour support to residents on all campuses.

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We're here to help

If you want to know more about how a particular course will be delivered, now and into the future as the social-distancing laws are relaxed, we can provide step-by-step guidance while you share a screen over Skype with one of our Future Student Advisers.

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Useful websites

To ensure you're accessing the latest and most reliable news, please visit these websites for further coronavirus disease (COVID-19) information.