Safe Collegium Humanum
The functioning of our University during the COVID-19 pandemic
Dear Students and Lecturers of Collegium Humanum,
Please, find below the answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding the functioning of Collegium Humanum during the COVID-19 pandemic. We would recommend visiting this website regularly – the information we provide will be constantly updated and supplemented. At the same time, we would like to assure you that we undertake every effort to guarantee the health and safety of our lecturers and students.
Such information can be found on this website. It will be updated regularly. Any other questions will be answered by the appropriate Student Affairs Office. It is also recommended to follow the messages sent through our eHumanum platform. We would also encourage you to follow our social media platforms for any relevant notifications there. The current mode of operation of the University is specified in the Order of the Provost of Collegium Humanum No. 1/10/2020 of 1 October 2020.
The recruitment for the 2020/2021 academic year has been extended until 15 October 2020. Please, note that electronic recruitment is obligatory.
No. The number of attendees taking part in the inauguration of the 2020/2021 academic year will be limited when compared to previous years, and the event itself will be live broadcast. The inauguration is scheduled for 22 October 2020 at 18.00. We will provide more details soon.
All classes in the winter semester for the 2020/2021 academic year will be held in a form required by the current pandemic situation and related sanitary regime, i.e. classes will be mixed (stationary and online) or online only.
Please, note that classes are scheduled to start on 19 October 2020.
Pursuant to the Provost’s decision, classes for all years of study will be run online at least until 15 November 2020.
If the pandemic situation does not necessitate the introduction of online-only classes, stationary classes will be run at the headquarters of the University in Warsaw (i.e. at ul. Moniuszki 1A) and at our didactic base located in Browary Warszawskie, as well as at the University branches in Poznań and Rzeszów.
Consultations with lecturers will be held in a mixed form (traditional or online). Students are also kindly asked to contact their lecturers using e-mails (the lecturers’ e-mail addresses for each course can be found in the eHumanum system).
Student IDs can be collected in person or by mail (recommended). If you would like to collect your ID card in person, please make an appointment with the appropriate Student Affairs Office (Warsaw: email@example.com, Poznań: firstname.lastname@example.org, Rzeszów: email@example.com).
The Provost Office remains open, but we would recommend contacting us by e-mail or phone. In cases where personal contact is necessary, please make an appointment in advance.
Yes, these offices are open but we would like to ask that students come to our offices in case of the most urgent matters. In all other matters, please contact us by phone or e-mail.
Yes. This issue is regulated by the Order of the Provost of Collegium Humanum No. 1/05/2020 of 5 May 2020.
What is the current procedure for applying for scholarships and other forms of financial aid for students?
Students are asked to submit their applications for a scholarship by 15 November 2020 via the Student Profile in the eHumanum system. All information regarding this issue as well as all the regulations on granting the financial aid and applications are available after logging into the eHumanum system.
Where can I find the current and official information as well as recommendations regarding the coronavirus?
We would suggest using the information on the Website of the Republic of Poland: https://www.gov.pl/web/koronawirus. The website contains information confirmed by the Ministry of Health or the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. You can also use the National Health Fund’s hotline at 800 190 590 where consultants provide information on how to deal with a suspected coronavirus infection.
During their presence at the University, both students and lecturers are required to wear masks covering their nose and mouth, and they are also required to disinfect their hands and undergo non-contact body temperature measurements. Considering our common health safety, those people who do not comply with the above requirements, will not be allowed to enter the University premises.