Lombardy Region Ordinances no. 705, 711, 712
Lombardy Region Ordinances no. 705, 711, 712: as of today, all face-to-face lessons at the Brescia and Cremona campuses are suspended. Distance learning will continue and all Università Cattolica services remain open.
Upon signature of Ordinances no.705 (which in article 1, paragraph 8, refers to the Prime Ministerial Decree dated 14 January, 2021, article 3, paragraph 4, letter g), no. 711 and no. 712, the President of the Lombardy Region has suspended all in-presence teaching and curricular activities for the Brescia and Cremona universities until 10 March inc.
Consequently, all degree and post-graduate programme on the Brescia and Cremona campuses will only be taught online and delivered in live streaming, as specified in the academic timetable available on iCatt and app iCatt.
The University is still open and all user services will be guaranteed from remote; in exceptional cases that entail physical attendance slots must be booked following the website procedures.
Professors/Lecturers who need to access the lecture rooms set up to deliver the lessons in streaming may do so upon prior notice to the Campuses Programming Office.
In adherence with the procedures already in place, research work in laboratories, departments and institutes, plus, library services will still be accessible to all students, undergraduates, professors, researchers and doctoral students who can provide adequate reasons for access.
All events and conferences will take place online.
Student reception will continue in line with the social-distancing procedures trialled in the past few months.
Students on the Milan and Piacenza campuses from the 'strengthened' orange band areas can continue to benefit from distance learning in live streaming mode.
Technical and Administrative staff are requested to work from home in order to limit travel as much as possible, whilst guaranteeing the University’s essential services through in-person controls.
For further details, please constantly check ucsc.it and app iCatt.
Notice: 2 March 2021