Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Latest update

As at 1 June 2020


  • For International Students: An FAQ on Entry Approval for Student’s Pass (STP) and Student’s Pass In-Principle Approval (STP-IPA) Holders is available here.
  • Resumption of campus operations commence on 2 June 2020. Read OSHE Circular 21 and SPPVO Circular 33/20 here.
  • All students proceeding to Academic Year 2020 Semester 1 must declare your completed travels and/or travel plans in the Overseas Travel Declaration (OTD) system for the period from 1 June 2020 to 30 September 2020. Declare here

  • NUS plans to reopen all 3 campuses for the new academic year on 10 August. Some classes will be conducted on campus and others online. You will be expected to comply with new rules of NUS which will be stricter than usual in light of the pandemic. Read circulars.

  • Prince George’s Park Residences (PGPR) will temporarily be used as a Community Recovery Facility (CRF) from 18 May till July 2020, to house and isolate individuals who are recovering from COVID-19. The CRF will be managed according to strict safety and security protocols to ensure the safety and well-being of the NUS community and all involved in running the CRF. More information on the use of PGPR as a CRF is available here.

Life Goes On

The deluge of information about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) can be overwhelming. How can you continue your student life in this pandemic? We’re here to help.

These pages contain advice and information for NUS students on COVID-19.
NUS is monitoring the latest updates about the virus in Singapore.



DOS Update

Dean of Students writes periodic COVID-19 updates to explain the reasons behind NUS' measures which were put in place to keep the community safe. 
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Get Involved

Many people have stepped up to do their part. Show your support and contribute to these COVID-19 initiatives.
Go Support


Wellbeing Matters

Practise these seven tips daily and it will enhance your mental wellbeing and productivity of your student life during the circuit breaker and beyond. 
Get Tips

Announcements & Resources



A compilation of circulars from various NUS Offices 


Uplifting stories and acts of kindness during this pandemic


Know what are the adjustments to NUS' campus services and operations


Questions and answers to reflect NUS policies and guidelines

Additional Information


The COVID-19 chronicles

NUS-Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine created a series of illustrations on COVID-19 outbreak. Read more.

From official COVID-19 sources, Apps
to videos. Check out these resources.



For the people by the people.
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Decide on what your next steps should be, based on the symptoms you are experiencing.