New provisions pursuant to the Ministry of Health Ordinance issued on 2 April
The ordinance of the Ministry of Health of 2 April 2021 renewed the application to the Lombardy and Emilia Romagna Regions of the measures referred to in Article no. 1 of the Decree Law dated 1 April 2021, no. 44 (proper to the so-called "red zones").
Consequently, all degree and post-graduate programmes on the Milan, Brescia e Piacenza-Cremona campuses will only be taught online and delivered in live streaming until April 20, as specified in the academic timetable available on iCatt and iCatt app.
The aforementioned provision also applies to the Rome campus until 11 april.
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.
With regards to the oral and written exam sessions, where required, the existing remote modalities are confirmed, in accordance with the determined criteria and technologies already in place.
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 unicatt.eu and iCatt app.
Lastly, Università Cattolica kindly wishes to remind the entire university community that adherence to the regulations, together with responsible behaviour and effective collaboration is vital in order to combat the spread of infections and to safely guarantee the use of the University’s essential services.
Update: 3 April 2021