Unisa Students Can Now Start Collecting Their Certificates
Unisa is currently issuing certificates at different Unisa offices meaning students can now head to campuses to collect theirs. There are however specific protocols that need to followed so keep reading to find out more.
Unisa has recently announced on their website that a limited number of students are invited per day to comply with the Covid-19 protocols and rules.
If for any reason, you are unable to collect your certificate on the date indicated on your SMS, a further SMS with a new date will be forwarded to you.
Only students who are allocated for the specific date will be allowed access to the campus/regional office. If you have not yet received an SMS, you must wait until you receive your SMS with the allocated date and office address for collection.
The University is doing everything it can to ensure the safety of students and staff during this third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Students will, therefore, only be allowed access to the various campuses on the date indicated in the SMS. Unisa has urged students to ensure that you visit your identified campus/regional office on the date provided.
Students will need to show their SMS to staff at the gate before they will be allowed access to the campus/regional office.
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