The Bachelor’s and Master's programmes will continue to rely on distance learning formats until the end of the semester. The School of Music, where one-to-one teaching and very small classes are the norm, has already resumed attendance-based learning on 25 May, if in a limited form.
In the continuing and executive education programmes, attendance-based learning has been possible again since 8 June. The related decision depends on the programme content and formats. Participants will be informed by their head of degree programme. The hygiene and distancing rules will be followed in any case and at-risk participants who do not wish to attend physically will be offered individual solutions.
The libraries of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts have reopened on 8 June for the lending and return of media, for research purposes around the open access shelves and all other library-related services. In agreement with the other Lucerne-based libraries, the library workplaces will be available for use again from 29 June. Current distancing and hygiene recommendations will be observed at all times. For more information, visit blog.hslu.ch/bibliothek (only in German).
On Monday, 8 June, the buildings of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts have reopened for students in education as well as continuing and executive education programmes.
The current situation requires an extraordinary degree of flexibility of our employees, students, participants in continuing education programmes and external partners in teaching and research. We are grateful for their understanding and their readiness to explore new ways and solutions with us.