COVID-19 Campus Update

11 local authority areas will be moving into Level 4 of Scotland’s Strategic Framework from 6pm on Friday 20 November. This includes our Ayr and Kilmarnock campuses. Kilwinning campus and Nethermains will remain in Level 3.

Colleges have been provided with updated guidance from Scottish Government and some more learning and teaching will be moving online in Level 3 and Level 4.

Staff from your course teams will be in touch with you, directly, to inform you if there is to be a change to your current timetable.

If you are required to attend your timetabled class on campus, please note that you can continue to do so as travel to college is still allowed for this reason under Levels 3 and 4.

Full information - https://www1.ayrshire.ac.uk/home/all-you-need-to-know-for-2020-21/

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