Friday 25 March marks the end of term two at Royal Holloway and Dr David Ashton, Deputy Principal of Royal Holloway has an update on how the academic year has progressed.
On Thursday 3 March – University Mental Health Day – Royal Holloway students visited St Jude’s C of E Junior school in Englefield Green to help plant trees.
Students and staff are actively encouraged to be vaccinated. We are providing the opportunity for both UK and international students, as well as staff and members of the local community aged over 16.
As we come to the end of the spring term (term two) at Royal Holloway, I want to provide an update on how we navigated another lockdown and our ambitions for a safe return to campus.
Royal Holloway has announced Balfour Beatty as its preferred bidder for the development of a student village at Rusham Park in Egham, as well as the stock transfer of George Eliot Hall.
As of Tuesday, 15 December 2020, we do not have any reported cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) within the Royal Holloway community.
As we reach the end of a unique first term at Royal Holloway, I want to provide an update on how our students and staff have played their part in managing the impact of Covid-19.
As of Tuesday, 8 December 2020, we do not have any reported cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) within the Royal Holloway community.
An individual from the Royal Holloway community has confirmed that they have contracted coronavirus.
Holloway Notes, a local community choir in Egham is going online during the Covid-19 lockdown and welcoming new members.