Last week, HAMK published its corona guidelines until the end of the year:
The academic year at HAMK continues as to date: first year students will continue with contact lessons and second, third- and fourth-year students continue with the hybrid model, mainly as distance lessons.
The situation is very unfortunate, and we understand that it can cause, for example, frustration and problems in completing courses and modules. That is why we want to remind you that HAMK offers student wellbeing services that are available normally during this autumn, too. Appointments can be arranged via Teams, Zoom or Skype or face to face on any HAMK campus.
If you feel that you need some support and want to talk with someone in full confidentiality, contact student wellbeing staff. Student Counselling Psychologist, Special Needs Teacher and Sports Coordinator will help you when you need support or guidance regarding for example study difficulties, challenges in stress management or coping, time management or supporting your physical wellbeing. You can book an appointment by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student wellbeing services have also a chat on HAMK’s website. Student Wellbeing Chat is open on every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 noon to 3 p.m. There’s more information about student wellbeing services on HAMK’s website.
We also encourage everyone to be in contact with friends from university. Study together, arrange joint lunch or coffee breaks or just hang out via Teams (or some other application). Video calls are surprisingly empowering!