DCU Campus Accommodation Statement
Published: Wednesday, 18th March
DCU Rooms Management is communicating with all students who are living on campus to determine exactly how many students are still on campus and how many have left and returned home. We urge students to engage with this email and questionnaire. This is for both operational health and safety reasons and to ascertain buildings or rooms that are now unoccupied.
Students will not be asked to leave. DCU is well aware that for some campus residents it is their home and that they may not be able to return home for a variety of reasons, whether due to travel restrictions, flight cancellations or having an immuno-compromised or elderly relative at home.
We want to reassure students that DCU will look after any students living on campus for the duration of this crisis.
If called upon we will provide unoccupied campus residences blocks (eg stand alone buildings and NOT part of buildings or apartments) if required by the Department of Health.
18th March, 2020
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