Distance learning. What is happening?

On March 18, TSU has transferred all its undergraduates and graduate students to the distance learning form.

The situation is contingent, there is no ready-made algorithm of actions, so the university asks students and teachers to understand the changes, participate and help those who now need help.

So far, measures have been taken on March 28, then we will wait for the special order.

General points

All students are switching to a remote work format. The administrative apparatus of the university and teachers work (observing the preventive regime). The buildings will not close.

Students are asked to solve all arising issues online, through the headmen and deputy deans, minimizing attendance at the university.

The university does not expel anyone from the hostels, the hostels are not closed, but guests are prohibited. Students are advised to stay in Tomsk so as not to endanger other people: the virus is dangerous, especially for older people.

Mass events at TSU, Culture Center, and Research Library are canceled.

The university has a hotline where you can ask your questions from 9 to 18 hours: phone 8 (3822) 785-188. There is also around-the-clock hotline in the region, you can contact them with questions about seasonal viral infections: tel. 8 (3822) 516-616. The hotline of Rospotrebnadzor of the Tomsk Region for those who returned from trips: 8-800-350-8850 (free call for residents of the Tomsk Region).

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