Students may occupy residences from 7 October 2018 in order to prepare for the resumption of normal activities.
Safety is TUT’s first priority, therefore a security contingency plan was implemented that will, among others:
- Require students to use only designated entrances to these campuses. Student will not be allowed to enter campus if they use other entrances.
- All students will be vetted before they can access campus. Only registered students will be allowed onto campus and they will have to show a valid South African Identity document, student card and proof of registration for the 2018 academic year.
- Students must ensure that they print their proof of registration before coming to the campus, i.e. at an internet café or library.
- All staff and students must display their staff and student cards visibly at all times.
- Trespassers will be apprehended and charged for trespassing.
Faculties will arrange catch-up programmes and tests with students.
Year-end examinations for students at all TUT campuses, except the Soshanguve North and South campuses, will commence on 12 November 2018.
More information on year-end exams for Soshanguve students will be communicated with them upon their return.
Timetables for the year-end examinations will be published on TUT’s Website under Examination Time Tables.