Check in to buildings, locations and teaching rooms
Daily check-in to buildings/locations on campus
Each day you must let us know all the buildings/locations you will visit. This is to assist contact tracing.
The QR code will take you to a form. You should tick all items that apply and then submit.
You need to do this once a day. If you are also visiting teaching rooms, you must follow the teaching room check-in process too.
You can also access and bookmark the form in your browser.
Check-in to teaching rooms
Every time you enter a teaching room, you must let us know so we can monitor attendance and assist contact tracing. This is in addition to the daily check-in to buildings/locations.
The QR code will take you a form. Enter the teaching room number and submit.
You need to do this every time you enter a different teaching room. You may have to fill out this form multiple times a day.
You can also access and bookmark the form in your browser
Check-in easily using the app
The new Stirling University app has buttons that take you to each of the check in forms. Download the app to check-in quickly and easily each day.
If you forget or lose your phone
If you do not have access to your phone, you will need to register through an internet browser. You should take a note of the short URL on QR code posters. Enter this into the browser to complete the form.
If you do not have your usual device, you must access a browser to complete these forms.
What check-ins are for
This information is captured to help with contact tracing. If someone on campus has been diagnosed with COVID-19, it will be provided to the NHS Scotland Test and Protect team.
Find out more about NHS Scotland Test and Protect.
Form data is collected in Sharepoint. This is held internally by the University and is protected against loss and theft by Office 365 Cloud Protection. Your data will only be passed on to the NHS in the event of a COVID-19 diagnosis on campus. If your data is not passed on to the NHS, it will be deleted after 21 days.