UPDATE March 30th:
All universities in Poland remain closed until at least April 10th, 2020 – the Minister responsible for Science and Higher Education in Poland, dr. Jarosław Gowin has signed a prolongation of the former government’s decree.
Contact with basic administrative services (payroll, scholarships, grants, student affairs) should be continued on-line by e-mail or by phone.
Due to the recent spread of the COVID-19, Adam Mickiewicz University Rector, professor Andrzej Lesicki has taken a decision suspending all classes conducted at all AMU campuses in: Poznań, Kalisz, Gniezno, Piła and Słubice, from Wednesday morning, March 11 until midnight on Tuesday, March 24th
In conjunction with the Rector’s decision, all public events organized by AMU within that period are being henceforth cancelled.
The University also introduces limits on visiting the student dorms by non-residents: from March 11th until March 24th only dorm residents will be granted entry.
AMU administrative staff working hours remain unchanged.
“It has been a difficult decision to make but our top concern is the health and safety of our students and teaching staff. I hope it will be accepted calmly as we all need to keep calm in order to face the challenge of a dynamically changing reality” – said AMU Rector, professor Andrzej Lesicki.
Classes will resume on March 25th, 2020 unless new information arrive.