FAQ

Green Pass: how and when to get it

The Green Pass is a digital and printable (paper) certification, which contains a two-dimensional barcode (QR Code) and a qualified electronic seal.

It is issued when one of the following conditions is met:

  • having had the COVID-19 vaccination (in Italy it is issued both at the first dose and at the completion of the vaccination cycle)

  • be negative for a rapid molecular or antigenic test within the last 48 hours

  • being cured of COVID-19 in the last 6 months

It can be downloaded through:

  • App Immuni: allows you to download the certification by entering the number and expiry date of your health card and the code (AUTHCODE) received by email or SMS to the contacts provided during the health service

  • App Io: through a notification on their mobile device, users who have logged in with their digital identity (SPID/CIE), will be able to view their certification directly from the message

  • Internet site made available by the Government You can access it with a digital identity or by entering the number and expiry date of your health card, then typing in the code received via SMS or email.

  • Electronic Health Record: you can download your Green Pass as early as 12 days after your first dose.

Green Pass: what are the rules?

To attend university, from 1 September 2021 you must have a Green Pass, including if you have to sit an exam.

Failure to have green certification does not exempt you from taking the in-person exams.

You may apply for a waiver to take examinations remotely in the following cases only: 

  • student testing positive and in quarantine or strict isolation for COVID-19

  • inability to move from the residence due to emergency-related restrictions

  • student suffering from a serious illness and not vaccinated for medical reasons only

  • student living with a vulnerable person with a serious illness who is not vaccinated for medical reasons only

If you belong to one of these categories, you must apply by filling out the appropriate form.

You can come to university

In order to come to University, from 1 September 2021 you will need to have a Green Pass, including if you have to sit an exam.

Failure to have green certification does not exempt you from taking the in-person exams.

You may apply for a waiver to take examinations remotely in the following cases only: 

  • student testing positive and in quarantine or strict isolation for COVID-19

  • inability to move from the residence due to emergency-related restrictions

  • student suffering from a serious illness and not vaccinated for medical reasons only

  • student living with a vulnerable person with a serious illness who is not vaccinated for medical reasons only

If you belong to one of these categories, you must apply by filling out the appropriate form.

 

Can you come to the university? What times are the locations open?

The university is open at its various locations from Monday to Friday, from 07:30 to 19:00.

As a result of Decree Law No. 111 of 6 August 2021, from 1 September, until 31 December 2021, access to university campuses is permitted only to persons with COVID-19 green certification (Article 9-ter), which they are required to possess and display.

 

How to behave within the university

  1. If you have symptoms of acute respiratory illness (fever, cough, cold), DO NOT come to the university.
  2. Body temperature is taken at the entrance to the University.
  3. When you are in University common areas (lecture halls, laboratories, common spaces, etc.) always wear a mask to protect your nose and mouth.
  4. Follow the directions on the signage.
  5. In lecture halls, only sit in the permitted seats (those NOT in use will be highlighted), avoid crowds (especially on entry and exit) and physical contact.
  6. Wash your hands frequently or use hand sanitiser dispensers to keep them clean; avoid touching your face and mask.
Press Centre
  • The Press Centre opens to the public with the following hours:

    Caniana - Monday to Friday, 9.00 to 17.00, except for the summer closure from 1 to 21 August                                                                                       
    Sant'Agostino and Dalmine - Reopening 6 September

  • Only a maximum of 2 people may enter at any one time

  • It will not be possible for students to enter through the main entrance on Via dei Caniana with access to the university premises, but only through the internal car park, therefore going round the outside to reach us (there will be signs and signals)

  • Students are invited to continue to order theses by e-mail and to come in person for pick-ups (all students who need to print their theses are invited to request the material and useful information at [email protected], and send their files exclusively by e-mail to the same address).

For any information we are always available at [email protected] and at the telephone number 035 205 2555.

Student Secretariat

The Student Secretariat can be contacted:

  • through the ticket system Student Help Desk

  • by telephone from Monday to Friday, from 10.30 to 12.00 (for all degree courses) by contacting the numbers published in Telephone availability

  • in person, at the Counter in the offices, through Booking services
    Monday, from 13.30 to 15.30
    Thursday, from 10.00 to 12.00

  • via videoconference, via Booking services
    Wednesdays and Fridays, from 10.00 to 12.00

Canteens

Check out the updates contained on the Food Service page

Thanks to the Fresh & Natural App, you can book your meal, and you can decide whether to eat it in the canteen, reserving a seat, or to pick it up and eat it wherever you like.

Libraries

The reading rooms for study and consultation are open, subject to the necessary measures for everyone's safety: distance between individuals, use of masks and hygiene products.

You can have a place in the reading room, consult theses or databases from the workstations in the library, receive advice on your research by booking the service through the Booking Portal.

To find out what services are available to you and how to access them, please consult the FAQ published on the Library Services website.

Study rooms

The study rooms are used for teaching activities and examinations.

When not occupied by these activities, they cannot be used for self-study, as it would be impossible to plan the sanitation of the rooms effectively.