COVID-19 update

Here at Goodenough College we are working to deliver a ‘COVID secure’, safe and happy living and learning environment for our Members.

Our COVID-19 management response team has been meeting since early March. They have been working to transform our facilities, services and our events programme to ensure that the College remains a community that ‘feels like home’ for our Members. The group meets regularly to monitor the rapidly changing situation around the outbreak and to review the measures we have in place to protect our Members and staff.

Guided by UK government advice, we hope to be able to implement a phased plan to ease the College out of lockdown. Any changes will be gradual and incremental and will be matched with careful monitoring of the changing environment. Further information is available on the measures being taken to ensure we operate a safe working environment in the College.

We recognise that many of our Members, and potential Members and visitors, have questions and concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak. The pages below provide the College’s latest information and advice.

(Updated 20 July 2020)

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    Current Members

    Around half of our Members currently remain with us. A range of measures is in place to ensure their safety, security and wellbeing...

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    Future Members

    Goodenough College is accepting applications for the 20/21 academic year and we are looking forward to welcoming new Members.

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    UK advice

    Many prospective Members may be concerned about the coronavirus, and how it may affect their ability to enrol to study on their chosen...

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    Pastoral and healthcare support

    Starting a new course and coming to live in a new city or country can be stressful, even without the added pressure of...

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    Life under lockdown

    With many colleges and university departments moving some of their tuition online, living somewhere that provides a real sense of community and a...

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    Alumni support

    More than 17,000 Goodenough Alumni live and work all over the world. Throughout the pandemic they have been providing support to each other...