COVIDSafe update: 5 May, 2021

Chisholm students and staff have returned to campus in increasing numbers in recent months. On campus delivery of training and education is almost at capacity, with many classes fully returned to on-campus delivery, while a small number of courses will retain a blended mode of delivery.

Return to campus

All staff and students are able to return to campus in keeping with their allocated timetables, hours of work, and work flexibility arrangements.

The Victorian Government continues to request that everyone carries a mask on them at all times.

For Chisholm students and staff, masks are required to be carried when on campus and it’s recommended that you wear a mask, where the 1.5 metre social distance can’t be maintained.

All Victorians must continue to wear masks on public transport, in rideshare vehicles and taxis.

A reminder to all students, staff and visitors that masks are available from security at each campus, if you forget to bring your own, or you need an urgent replacement.

We encourage all students to maintain 1.5 metres social distancing wherever possible, remember to wash your hands and practice good hygiene as part of our COVIDSafe plan.


Students who are undertaking industry placement in settings which the Government has deemed ‘sensitive’ will still be required to wear a mask. This includes settings such as hospitals and aged care facilities. More information is available via the Victorian Government website.

Feeling unwell or have symptoms?

Students and staff who are feeling unwell are reminded to stay at home and not to attend class or work. If you or someone you are in close contact with are awaiting COVID-19 test results, you are not to attend campus until a negative result is confirmed.

If you or someone you’re in close contact with has had a COVID test, please advise your educator/manager that you won’t be attending campus and email:

On-campus student activities

Activities, which are organised by our Student Support and Engagement teams have returned on-campus and will continue to be scheduled regularly.

Student drop-in, counselling and student clubs have also returned to on-campus; however, counselling and support is still available remotely for students – and can be arranged when booking your appointment.

For more information about support services, visit our Support services page.

Security hours (Monday to Friday)

  • Bass Coast campus: 6am - 6pm
  • Berwick campus: 6am - 9pm
  • Cranbourne campus:m 6am - 7pm
  • Dandenong campus: 6am - 10.30pm
  • Frankston campus: 6am - 10.30pm
  • @311 campus: 8am - 7pm
  • Mornington Peninsula campus: 6am - 6pm
  • Springvale campus: 6am - 6pm.

Library services

Help is available via the Library Chat Line or by email to assist you to log in, reset your password, help with Moodle or Zoom access or using Office 365 software available to students. Live chat between Monday to Friday (8am-5pm). The team will reply to live chat during opening hours immediately and to emails within two business days. The Library’s website has all the information that you need.

Library opening hours

  • Frankston, Dandenong and Berwick: Monday to Friday 8am - 4pm
  • Cranbourne: Monday to Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm
  • Mornington Peninsula: Re-opening soon.

Contact us

Visit our Contact us page for campus locations and reception hours.