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Update: COVID-19 Info

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UAS Traffic Light System

Orange/red traffic light

The St. Pölten UAS' Traffic Light System is based on the current infection numbers among members of the St. Pölten UAS and on the recommendations of the Health Ministry and the Ministry of Science. Please observe the Rules of Conduct and Hygiene Measures, which are continuously updated according the current infection situation.

Due to the infection situation and the measures currently in place for the eastern region, we have decided to continue the current mode of operation at St. Pölten UAS.

What does the red traffic light mean?

  • The buildings at the UAS locations are closed to external visitors. Students and staff members can open the entrance doors with their Campus Card.
  • Classes and exams will take place in remote formats (online)
    Exception: Classes in groups and exams that cannot be held remotely take place on site
  • Library, lending services, CSC: Operations are subject to increased hygiene measures; lending services possible upon registration
  • FFP2 masks in all areas
  • Keep time spent at the UAS to the required minimum
  • Until further notice, events are held exclusively online

To stay up-to-date please regularly check the FAQs for…

Please also check your UAS e-mail account on a regular basis.

Please note: It is compulsory for everyone entering the St. Pölten UAS buildings to wear FFP2 masks in all areas!

Observe the rules of conduct and the hygiene measures at all UAS sites. Above all: 

  • Wear an FFP2 mask in all areas. If you do not have your own, contact your study programme. A limited supply is also available at the Campus and Study Centre.
  • Keep the proper distance
  • Observe hand hygiene and disinfect your hands
  • Keep time spent at the UAS to the required minimum


Teaching: Distance Operations with selected on-site elements

Your personal course schedule will show you which course units require physical attendance, and which ones are held online.

Please note the current information on teaching operations in the FAQs COVID-19 Stud and the FAQs COVID-19 lecturers.

We are happy to offer our support to students and lecturers on questions concerning distance learning:

  • If you need short tutorials, support in getting started and/or didactic tips for designing your distance learning sessions, feel free to contact the SKILL team at any time:
  • Distance learning guides are available in the SKILL blog.
  • Support hotline for lecturers on the topic of distance learning: e-mail:, tel.: 0676 847 228 789.

On-Site Services for Students with increased hygiene measures


Mon-Fri: 8.00 am – 4.00 pm

Campus and Study Center

Mon-Thurs: 7.30 am – 4.30 pm
Fri: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm

IT and Infrastructure

Mon-Thurs: 8.00 am – 4.30 pm
Fri: 8.00 am – 3.30 pm

Rental Service Media Technology For further information go to

Canteen: take away mode

Meals can be collected from Monday to Friday, 10.00 am to 3.30 pm, but it is not possible to take meals directly in the canteen.The canteen can not be used from 12.00 to 12.30 pm.

Further Information on Dealing with SARS-CoV-2