A revised outline planning application has been submitted to Runnymede Borough Council (RBC) in relation to the university’s proposals for a student village at Rusham Park in Egham.
Royal Holloway is supporting Surrey County Council by providing space on its Egham campus for a temporary Covid-19 mobile testing unit.
Royal Holloway’s volunteering team hosted its first virtual Community Partners’ Conference in September.
Update on coronavirus - 6 October 2020
To mark the 50th anniversary, Play for Today at 50, will bring together a mix of television professionals and scholars to discuss the history of Play for Today.
The Choir of Royal Holloway, University of London is presenting a series of lunchtime concerts online every Wednesday during term time at 1.15pm.
An individual from the Royal Holloway community has confirmed that they have contracted coronavirus.
These past few months have seen a period of extraordinary change. In what we hope will be a once in a generation event, the Covid-19 pandemic has had far-reaching consequences for us all.
The university is encouraging all students living in the local community to follow its ‘Be a Good Neighbour’ guidelines.
Royal Holloway has received certificates from both NQA and Visit Britain to prove the university has worked hard and complied with all regulations in seeking to create a Covid-19 secure campus.