Access to Campus buildings

In Coronavirus Institution Campus

From 4 may

Since the start of containment, the majority of the University buildings have remained open with limited access and access controls. This situation will be unchanged until further notice. Any specific request to open a building should be addressed to the PCA and the building's administrative director (for a list see

Any presence at work must be agreed beforehand with your supervisor who will establish an occupation plan allowing for social distance rules to be followed and will share this information with the administrative director of the building. Any specific questions and problems with respect to reintegrating the workspace should be addressed directly to your supervisor.

Meetings in presence, as well as breaks or meals taken together are prohibited. Everyone must bring with them the drinks and food they will need during their presence on the premises.

Compliance with strict hygiene rules already contributes to limit the spread of the virus. Thus, social distancing and regular washing of hands with soap and water are basic precautions. To allow people on site to follow these recommendations, our technical teams will make sure that the buildings are ready for gradually resuming work on all of the University's sites from this Monday. The company ISS will resume cleaning all buildings with a thorough cleaning of the restrooms and disinfection of handles, taps, main doors, reception counters, etc. Also, all buildings will be supplied with soaps, toilet paper and paper towels.

In practice

All buildings are inaccessible to students, unless specifically requested by the managers concerned.

Some buildings are closed, unless specifically authorized :

Campus Liège Centre-Ville :

  • Opera area: O4
  • Botanical zone: N3, F1

Campus Liège Sart Tilman :

  • Classrooms and Amphitheatres: B4, B7B, B35a, B45
  • Restaurants and Cafeterias: B8, B62, B65

Campus Gembloux :

  • upcoming information

Arlon Campus :

  • Academic building

In addition to the system set up for students who need a connection to take the exams, the premises necessary for the organization of distance learning (PODCAST, UNICAST,...) will be opened and closed on request of the local room manager.

Some buildings are only accessible to staff via access control (removal of the "Free Access" areas):

Campus Liège Centre-Ville :

  • 20-Août Zone: A1, A2, A3, A4, A5
  • Outremeuse Zone: L1, L3
  • Botanical Zone: N1a-N1b, N2

Campus Liège Sart Tilman :

  • B5A, B5B, B5C, B6D, B11, B12a, B18, B22, B32, B34, B49, B52

Campus Gembloux :

  • upcoming information

For the 20-Août zone, a single entrance is organized at the PMR entrance of the A2 (Place Cockerill) from 7am to 7pm.

The other buildings usually managed by users continue to be managed (with or without access control by badge).

Remote working

Remote working is the rule unless there are no other possibilities.

  • At the request of their head of department, staff working remotely may be asked to come to their workplace only if certain tasks should be impossible to perform remotely.
  • In all circumstances, social distancing should be respected and face-to-face conversations should be avoided. No face-to-face meetings should be organised.

The PCA remains open and is in contact with the different departements.


Only subcontractors with an activity that is necessary for the organization of business continuity and the security of the installations are authorized to enter the buildings: guarding, cleaning, HVAC, plumbing, electricity, fire detection and intrusion detection, ...

For other subcontractors, authorization is required.

The presence of subcontractors in the buildings will be limited to the time necessary to carry out their tasks.

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