Advise

No Exams for May/June At Unisa

April 18, 2020

Advise Information

1. The May / June 2020 examination period to continue using alternative assessments methods

The extension of the national lockdown  announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa means that Unisa had to make far-reaching decisions on the May / June 2020 inspection period.

The May / June 2020 testing period continues, but no field tests will be written at this time. The University uses other assessment methods during the examination period.

In My Unisa, your instructors will verify the type of script you can write for each module. This information will be available on MyUnisa in early May 2020. While the exams will be the other way around in May / June 2020, we remind you that Unisa does not tolerate any form of fraud or dishonesty.

Although we want to encourage all students to take advantage of the exams that do not take place in May / June, students who are unable to complete the exam are automatically transferred to the October / November 2020 exam period without any extra costs or extra costs.

We urge you to keep working on your assignments and to prepare for your exams during this challenging time.

Visit Unisa website for more info… here>>>https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/myunisa/default/Announcements

2. Unisa Library services during the nationwide lockdown

Online Library access: Clients are strongly advised to access the Library through myUnisa, the website and the Library app.

Book renewals: Books should be renewed online through the Library website.

Printed book requests: The Library will NOT be able to respond to printed book requests due to staff unavailability during the COVID-19 national lockdown.

Telephone inquiries on book requests / fines will NOT be attended due to the COVID-19 national lockdown.

Payments of Library fines incurred before the national lockdown will not be waived:

Cash deposit made at the bank may take up to 24 hours to reflect if properly allocated.
EFT payments may take a minimum of 72 hours depending on bank to bank agreements.
For inquiries, book requests and fines, contact Maria Shibanda (shibaml@unisa.ac.za).
Online searches, contact Velaphi Kheswa (kheswva@unisa.ac.za).

Visit Unisa website for more info…here>>>https://www.unisa.ac.za/sites/myunisa/default/Announcements/Unisa-Library-services-during-the-nationwide-lockdown

Good Luck to all Unisa Students.

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