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unisa covid-19


Are you a Unisa student and need some help during your examinations? Well, Unisa offers a service to students like you. You can get help during the examinations by contacting the Student Communication Service Centre.


Unisa has received a donation of laptops from the French Embassy in South Africa. This will help Unisa students who usually come to campuses to access resources so that they can study.


Unisa students now get free data to make online learning more accessible. Here are some questions on data and how to access it.


Unisa would like to remind students that offices to collect study material and submissionboxes are closed and has given instructions on what students should do. 


Unisa's examination period has begun. However, students have complained about postponement and changes to exams. Unisa has addressed this. 


Unisa has started their exams but students have been experiencing glitches and last minute postponements. Unisa's Deputy Dean of Education, Veronica Mckay spoke to Radio 702 on how Unisa handles these issues as well as what further moves Unisa is making. 


Unisa’s May/June examination period has begun. Under lockdown, academics and assessments still continue. Here’s some help with how to complete your exams under lockdown if you’re a Unisa student.


Unisa announces that those students who are currently registered will get a major boost on data and connectivity ahead of the May/June 2020 examinations.


Lockdown has seen offices closed. This affects offices that have to manage student finances and funding. Unisa has given students an update about student funding. 


Unisa has announced that it will have no venue-based exams and that alternative assessments will take place. With the examination period fast approaching, how is it going to work?


Unisa is set to commence their May/June examination period soon. The University has announced the release of the examination timetables for students. 


Unisa's May/June examination period which is seeing alternative assessments being used is due to start. Unisa has therefore sent out a notice for student on what is needed from them as well further details. 


Unisa has a message for their students. It involves the lockdown, recognition of student organisations and structures, SRC election, open applications, assignments, payment of fees, examinations, Call centre/Student Communication Service Centre and graduations.


On 1 April, Unisa confirmed that a Professor has tested positive for Covid-19. This was confirmed by his doctor soon after he received the results of the test.

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