No corona measures at the start of the academic year

Due to the low infection rate, the academic year 2022-2023 will start without restrictive corona measures. Radboud University follows the RIVM guidelines in this.

However, it remains important to continue to show consideration for each other. Therefore, take your responsibility on campus: stick to the basic recommendations and we recommend you to get vaccinated if you have not yet done so.

corona recommendations

Coronavirus symptoms?

Do you have symptoms of the coronavirus or have you been in contact with someone who may have been infected with the virus? Check the Dutch government website to find out what to do. If you have symptoms, immediately make a test appointment on or take a self-test before coming to campus.

Free self-tests

Free self-tests are available at the following locations. There is a maximum of four per person at a time.

  • Maria Montessori building- reception desk
  • Elinor Ostrom building - left reception desk
  • Huygens building - reception desk
  • Linnaeus building - reception desk
  • Berchmanianum building - reception desk
  • Erasmus building - reception desk
  • Grotius building - reception desk
  • University Library - reception desk

As a department, you can order self-tests via the Service Centre: servicecentre-cf [at] (servicecentre-cf[at]ru[dot]nl). Please take into account a delivery time of approximately two weeks. 

Hybrid working

The home working advice for employees has been cancelled and the campus is fully open again. The university currently applies the model of hybrid working. In line with the basic recommendations, the university provides well-ventilated teaching areas and workplaces on campus.

Your wellbeing

The coronavirus crisis has had a big impact on all of us in recent years. Do you have a concern or questions? Don’t hesitate to ask your supervisor for help. Talking about work and health (physical and mental) is important, not only during the coronavirus pandemic.

What can you expect from us?

Behind the scenes, Radboud University is preparing for different scenarios. The government has placed this responsibility on all sectors, including ours. Should the coronavirus measures become stricter, then you can find the latest information at You will also hear from us on social media (@radboud_uni on Twitter and Instagram) and in case  of drastic changes via e-mail.

Any questions?

If you have any questions about the coronavirus measures, then please reach out to us via info [at] (info[at]ru[dot]nl).