NUS plans to open campus in August, but keep students within assigned zones

To minimise intermingling of students, NUS intends to divide up its campuses into different zones.
To minimise intermingling of students, NUS intends to divide up its campuses into different zones.ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN

SINGAPORE - The National University of Singapore is planning to reopen its campus for the new academic year on Aug 10, and will hold some classes there and others online.

To minimise intermingling of students, it intends to divide up its campuses into different zones. Students and faculty will have to keep within their designated zone for all activities, including attending classes and eating at canteens. Those taking up cross-faculty modules that require them to step outside their designated zone will have to take up the courses online.

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