Student life on the University of Stirling campus will be much closer to normal this autumn — with the majority of undergraduate students beginning semester on Monday 13 September and postgraduate students on Monday 27 September.
COVID-19: updates and information
Updated: 25 August 2021
Scotland has moved out of the Scottish Government's COVID-19 (Coronavirus) levels system, and limits on physical distancing and the size of social gatherings has come to an end. Some protective measures remain in place – find out more on the Scottish Government website. All staff and students should continue to follow the latest public health and University guidance.
COVID-19 testing and vaccination
An on-campus vaccination centre is now in operation. Students can book a slot for first or second vaccinations at the centre, which will be located in the Pathfoot building.
COVID-19 testing in Stirling
If you need a COVID-19 test, there are two centres you can visit. There's a mobile testing unit in the car park beside Airthrey Park Medical Centre on the University campus, or a walk-through testing facility in Stirling City Centre.
Remember to check the NHS, Scottish and UK Government pages. They will contain the most up-to-date information and advice on the COVID-19 situation and what to do if you are affected by it.
Get the latest information and advice from Scotlands health information and advice service.
Get the latest information on the Coronavirus situation in Scotland from the Scottish Government.
Get more Coronavirus information and the latest guidance and support from the UK Government.
Keep up to date with the latest news, briefings and campaigns on higher education and COVID-19.
As well as our own extensive Student Support Services, the University offers access to support through Togetherall. Togetherall is a digital mental health support service which is available online, 24/7, and is completely anonymous so you can express yourself freely and openly. Professionally trained guides monitor the community to ensure the safety and anonymity of all members.
In addition to Togetherall’s online community, there are a wealth of useful resources you can work through, including tailored self-help courses on anxiety, sleep, depression and many more.
This service is available to all students and staff. Find out more about Togetherall.