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Griffith College COVIDsafe Plan

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Queensland Government mask-wearing requirements are in place for the Brisbane, Moreton Bay and Gold Coast regions. These mask requirements also apply to people who have been in these regions in the last week.

All staff and students should follow the advice from Queensland Health.

You must wear a mask at all times in all indoor spaces at Gold Coast and Mt Gravatt campuses, including in classrooms.

You must check in when you arrive on campus using the Check In Qld app, which is now available across campuses.

Your health, safety and wellbeing is our number one priority, please check your emails for further updates.

Queensland Health

Griffith College is taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously and our primary focus is the health and well-being of our students and staff.

The Australian Government’s policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to see closed Australian borders. Given this, and until there is a change to this policy, students who are not currently in Australia should be prepared to continue or start their studies at Griffith College via our digital campus. Students already in Australia who are also restricted by closed or conditioned State borders, should also be prepared to study via our digital campus, and where necessary abide by relevant quarantine guidelines before coming on to the College campus.

Griffith College has a comprehensive COVID-safe Plan which allows students and staff who are able to attend the campus for some classes and on-campus activities. We would ask that you abide by physical distancing principles whilst on campus, refrain from coming on campus if feeling unwell and use the hand sanitiser provided.. That plan is updated regularly as University and government authorities make changes to COVID-19 policy settings.

We will keep students and staff informed as updates are provided, and recommend all in the college community stay in touch via the digital campus.


How is the College keeping students and staff safe as we manage a return to campus?

Griffith College is following the advice of authorities to ensure the health and wellbeing of our students and staff.

The health and wellbeing of our students and staff is of paramount importance and we will continue to follow and apply appropriate physical distancing measures.

Physical distancing will require the College to minimise the number of students in a teaching room, hence the majority of our courses and classes will continue to be delivered online. When activity increases on campus, so too will cleaning of small teaching rooms, computer labs, and student and staff social areas.

We will also continue to offer all of our College Support services remotely, so if you need to make an appointment you can do so by setting up an appointment either face to face or online here.

The College will continue to email you directly with updates as well as provide this information via this website. You can always call us at 07 3735 6900 (Mount Gravatt) / 07 5552 8500 (Gold Coast) or email us at

I'm feeling sick, what should I do?

Please ensure you follow the directions of the Australian Government.

That is,

  • contact 13 HEALTH (13 43 25 84) immediately; and
  • call ahead to the medical centre or doctor’s surgery, advising of your symptoms (if attending a surgery)

Please make sure you continue your studies while you are at home. You can always email your teachers for help if you need assistance with anything.

I'm an international student - will my Overseas Student Health Cover cover me if I need medical assistance?

Students who have an Allianz OSHC policy should refer to this site for information:

Students who have OSHC by any other provider, should contact their provider directly.

Further Questions

If you have any questions about your study, or if you are feeling anxious or concerned, please contact

Further information regarding health advisories and what Griffith University is doing in response to the COVID-19 outbreak is available here:

For the most updated information from the Australian Government please see details provided on the website of the Australian Government Department of Health.

You can also email the Australian Government at or call 1300 981 621 for support. The service is bilingual.

Helpful Links

To support which Students can access through Government agencies

Australian Government:


Health and Wellbeing:

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