EWD summer

RH Campus Experience


On Saturday 19 December, it was announced that Surrey (except Waverley) is moving into Tier four from 12.01am on Sunday 20 December. Campus is always open and services remain open, are we are continuing to provide a mix of face-to-face and online learning, along with a range of support.  

Over the last term we have been talking to some of our students and lecturers about the benefits of blended learning and our RH Campus Experience. 

Our RH Campus Experience

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We want to make sure that you’re getting the best out of your studies and we have been talking to students and lecturers about what they love about being on campus

Face-to-face teaching from our brilliant academics

You can also hear from some of our academics on the benefits of face-to-face learning in the videos below. 

Watch video from Dr James McEvoy

Watch video from Dr Lucy Gill-Simmen


Space to study and join your online learning

Discover the spaces on campus available for independent learning on this webpage.

Staying safe on campus

Play your part to help keep our community safe.

Our blend of face-to-face, on campus, and online teaching and learning support has been designed to provide face-to-face activity in the sessions that we believe matter most to you. We then adapted our campus to enable us to deliver that face-to-face, on campus, teaching and learning support in a covid-secure manner.
Transmission data for Royal Holloway, as for other universities, suggest that where transmission is taking place, it is happening outside of the classroom. This gives us confidence in the measures we have taken to protect our community when in class. In and out of class, please Play Your Part.


  • Hands - Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser

  • Face - Face coverings must be worn indoors unless you have a reasonable reason not to. Sunflower lanyards are available in the Davison Building for those unable to wear face coverings. 

  • Space - Maintain social distancing by staying two metres apart wherever possible

You can find out more about Playing Your Part to keep yourself and others around you safe, on this webpage.

Learning in tier four

Whilst Surrey (except Waverly) is currently in tier four, there are plenty of opportunities for you to continue to learn and develop your skills. Find out more.