One-to-one appointments – safety guidance for students

  •          If you are experiencing COVID symptoms, please do not attend.
  •          If you are more comfortable wearing a mask/face covering, please do.  
  •          Screen sharing will be avoided, if possible, and it would be better if you bring your own laptop to share documents, etc. 
  •          If you do not feel comfortable with these guidelines, contact your tutor and consider booking an online appointment.


If you are experiencing any symptoms of Covid, such as a high temperature, new persistent cough, please do not attend and follow Welsh Government advice https://gov.wales/coronavirus. We are following the Alert Level 0 guidelines, and there is currently no requirement for a Covid Pass to attend appointments.

You are not required to wear a mask/face covering while moving around University buildings or throughout the appointment (unless you wish to do so); we have increased fresh air circulation within the rooms.  

Tutors will not be wearing masks, but will avoid sharing a screen, sitting close, or transferring documents/papers/pens, etc with you if you indicate that you would prefer this.        

Where possible, arrive in plenty of time so you can be seen promptly and greeted at your designated room.  

On arrival, it would be helpful to have your laptop ready.   At the end of the session, you can let yourself out of the room, to allow the tutor time to prepare for the next appointment.  

Remote appointments will continue to be offered as a viable alternative if you feel you will have difficulty or are worried about following the above guidelines for on campus appointments.  

Kind Regards,

Student Development and Study Skills Service