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  • Radboud University follows the guidelines of the government. On this page you will find an overview of all corona-related announcements, adjustments and measures.
  • If you have questions, send us an email at info@ru.nl, call (+31) 024 362 05 00 or DM us on social media.

We understand that the corona pandemic has (had) an effect on your studies and on you as a person. The faculty is there for you. On this page, you will find information about practical matters related to your study and more information about initiatives that can support you.

Tested positive and been on campus recently?

The number of infections is rising again. Have you tested positive? We hope that you have no serious complaints and that you will recover soon.

Did you participate in educational activities on campus up to 2 days before your complaints? Then report this to STIP using the form below. That can be done anonymously. STIP then anonymously informs the lecturer and fellow students who attended the educational activity(s) with you. This way you help prevent further spread of the virus.

Help with problems or concerns

We understand that the longevity of the coronavirus and the far-reaching measures also have an impact on the psychological and physical health of students. If you're struggling with questions, want to share your story, or just feel the need for camaraderie, there are several initiatives that can help:

  • The student advisor is ready to help you with questions regarding your study(programme)
  • You can visit the student psychologist if you want to talk about personal problems. In addition, Radboud University offers various other programmes
  • The Students Chaplaincy may be of help as well. They organise various activities that can support you in your personal development.

Do you have an urgent problem?

Contact your doctor (GP). Outside of office hours and in weekends, you can call the general practice centre (telephone number in Nijmegen: 0900-8880).

Call 0900-0113 Suicide Prevention if you have suicidal thoughts, or visit www.113.nl/english. You can also contact them if you are worried about someone else.

Latest news

Stay informed of all updates regarding the coronavirus.

Corona guidelines

An overview of alternate or extra guidelines and regulations as a consequence of Covid-19.

Frequently asked questions

Questions and answers about study, research and work on campus in times of corona.

Current guidelines

  • Follow the guidelines of the Rijksoverheid/RIVM.
  • Should you show symptoms, stay home and test yourself / get tested.
  • We advise everyone to wear a mouth mask where a distance of 1,5 metres is not possible.
  • Education on campus is possible again since 17 January 2022.
  • Are you a student and are you unable to come to the campus, due to illness or quarantine, and are your studies possibly delayed? Contact your study advisor
  • For employees, the home working advice has also been dropped. The university applies the model of hybrid working.
  • Use a self-test twice a week. Self-tests are available free of charge at zelftestonderwijs.nl.
  • The standard of the BSA will be lowered for all first-year Bachelor’s students. This also applies to Radboud students who received a delayed study advice last year.

Practical measures


The Radboud University follows the guidelines from the RIVM and Dutch government. Check this page for the latest developments, measures and other information.