This page provides the Swinburne Sarawak community and stakeholders with key information and advice in regards to the current situation.
Following the directive from the government of Malaysia and as part of the extended Movement Control Order (MCO), Swinburne Sarawak campus will be closed until Tuesday 14 April inclusive. Until then, staff will be working from home. .
Notice to Students
Please complete the form here: http://form.jotform.com/sbsadmin/suts-COVID19
If you need more information or clarification, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The commencement date for Diploma and Foundation courses is 13 April as scheduled with Online Learning and Delivery for the remainder of the semester. Enrolment will be conducted online with a scheduled Online Orientation from 6 April 2020.
Staff and students will continue to work/study from home during the period of MCO.
In accordance to the State Disaster Management Committee’s (SDMC) circular dated 31 March 2020 (Media Statement SMDC Bil 53/2020), Swinburne Sarawak would like to inform its campus community that the state will maintain its current movement restriction of between 7a.m. to 7p.m., as opposed to the nationwide time restriction of 8a.m. to 8p.m.
The University would also like to remind its community that the objective of the time restriction remained the same: we want everyone to #StayAtHome
The graduation scheduled for Wednesday, 01 April has been postponed to October. Students involved in the commencement has been notified via email. In the interim, students may collect their testamur from the Graduation and CRAM Office, Student Engagement or email email@example.com
Staff and students who need to access the campus during the campus closure period will need to do so through the main gate. All other entrance into the campus will be closed.
Security will record your arrival and departure times, and you will only have access to certain areas on campus. Students staying in the hostel will have access to the campus grounds and hostel facilities but not to the main campus buildings.
Visitors will have to undergo compulsory temperature checks prior to entering the campus. This will be carried out at the campus security checkpoint 24/7 until further notice. Refusal to be scanned will result in denial of entry.
Need further assistance?
If you are a student, please contact Student HQ at SIC@swinburne.edu.my.
For support and counselling, you may also speak with a University counsellor by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a staff, please contact your line manager and HR.
Additionally, below are contact numbers that you can call should you need further assistance.
|Sarawak General Hospital||
+60 82 276 666
|COVID19 Hotlines for Sarawak|
|Crisis Preparedness and Response Centre||
+60 82 443 248
|Regional Health Offices|
+60 82 248 864
|Samarahan||+60 82 672 101|
|Serian||+60 82 872 331|
|Sri Aman||+60 83 320 230|
|Sibu||+60 84 345 86|
|Bintulu||+60 86 315 235|
|Miri||+60 85 410 722|
|Limbang||+60 85 211 726|
Swinburne Sarawak seek your kind understanding and cooperation in following the measures that the University is taking, which are based on guidelines and recommendations from the Malaysian Ministry of Health, Malaysian Ministry of Education and the World Health Organisaiton (WHO).
We will continue to monitor developments on a daily basis and will keep you regularly updated via this page. #StaySafe #StayAtHome
Last updated: Wednesday, 01-Apr-2020 at 9.49am