Important information for students

On the traffic areas in the buildings of the TH Aschaffenburg a general mask obligation applies. As before, a minimum distance of 1.5 m must always be maintained between persons.

On 05.03.2021 the 12th Bavarian Infection Protection Ordinance (12th BayIfSMV) was published. It shall apply from 08. 03. 2021 until and including 9 May 2021. According to § 21 of the Ordinance, until further notice events at the TH Aschaffenburg will only take place virtually.Courses will therefore be offered in digital form until the end of the summer semester 2021. An exception applies to events in the laboratories (Masks are still required here, even at the seat). Please note the information in the course schedules. Learning rooms remain closed.

The exams in the summer of 2021 are expected to take place partly in person and partly as a (digital) distance exam.

Our library is open again for university members. FFP2 masks are required. As a rule, the book is returned contactless via the book return flap. The reading room, the research PCs as well as the cloakroom and toilet area are not accessible. Guest users will continue to receive books only after pre-order and pick-up during the opening hours with full service. On the website you will find up-to-date information on the services offered by the TH-Bibliothek during the Coronasituation. 

The canteen/cafeteria now only offers take-away food.

An individual hygiene concept was developed for the entire university, which is coordinated with the Aschaffenburg Health Department. In order to be able to trace contacts accurately, a system was developed that realizes a person registration via the CampusCard. All persons are admitted per course. The data is stored in compliance with data protection and deleted after 4 weeks. If necessary, all contact persons can be identified and contacted by the Health Department. In order to ensure that contact tracking is successful in case of need, we address the following urgent requests to you:

In order to be able to trace contacts accurately, a system was developed that realizes a person registration via the CampusCard. All persons are admitted per course. The data is stored in compliance with data protection and deleted after 4 weeks. If necessary, all contact persons can be identified and contacted by the Health Department. In order to ensure that contact tracking is successful in case of need, we address the following urgent requests to you:

Bring your CampusCard with you to all courses.
Check your e-mail inbox provided by the university for new entries on a daily basis.
Use the self-service portal to check your telephone numbers stored with us and, if possible, enter your mobile phone number there.


In case of doubt, please stay at home!
In order to minimise the risk of infection, the following rules must be observed, which also apply to the presence tests:
The general ban on entry applies to persons who are suffering from Covid-19 or who have been in contact with persons who have been found to have the coronavirus in the last 14 days. Stay at home if you have recognizable symptoms of Covid-19 disease (even mild fever, cold signs, shortness of breath) until the suspicion is cleared up by your doctor! If you suffer from unspecific general symptoms or respiratory problems, you should not come to the university for reasons of infection protection.

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Informationen on the new Corona Virus


Here the university informs about current developments regarding the new type of corona virus. It is important to us to protect students and employees as much as possible from infection by providing information and safety measures.

The main transmission pathway for the corona virus is droplet infection. The virus can reach the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract via droplets containing the virus by travelling from person to person. However, transmission can also take place indirectly via the hands. An infection can lead to symptoms such as fever, cough, cold and fatigue, but also to breathing problems, headaches, aching limbs and diarrhoea.

At the University of Applied Sciences Aschaffenburg, no corona virus infections are known as yet. Nevertheless, we ask all students and employees to observe the general hygiene measures to protect against infections.
This includes in particular

Comprehensive information about the corona virus can be found on the websites of the Federal Centre for Health Education (BZgA) and the Robert Koch Institute.

You may NOT enter the university if you …

  • are ill with COVID-19,
  • knowingly had contact with a confirmed COVID-19 patient in the last 14 days,
  • have symptoms that may indicate COVID-19, according to the Robert Koch Institute, e.g.fever, dry cough, breathing problems, loss of sense of taste/smell, sore throat and limbs, or
  • if you are obliged to quarantine at home for 14 days in accordance with the currently valid Entry Quarantine Regualations.
     

Wearing a mask is compulsory
In all areas within the buildings of TH AB you must permanently cover your mouth using a mask when moving around. A mask you sewed yourself or a scarf can fulfil this purpose. 

Minimum distance
Please keep a minimum distance of 1.50 m to other people at all times!
In addition, the current recommendations on rules of conduct and hygiene must be observed.

If an infection becomes known, the university administration must be informed immediately. Together with the Crisis Unit and the Health Office, all necessary further steps are taken, depending on the situation.
Please send the information to the e-mail address: infektionsschutz@th-ab.de or call 06 021/4206- 463. The information is, of course, treated confidentially.

Current Information from the University Management for Employees and Students


The Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences and Arts has now published an overview of the most frequently asked questions and the answers regarding the corona virus as it concerns universities, research and cultural life.

FAQ - Basic information on university operations, research and cultural life 

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 Returnees from abroad - domestic quarantine


If you enter the Free State of Bavaria from a risk area designated by the Robert Koch Institute, you are obliged to quarantine at home immediately for 14 days in accordance with the Entry Quarantine Ordinance - EQV and to contact the district administration authority responsible for you.

Please report this to the university at infektionsschutz@th-ab.de or at 06021/4206-268. Your information will of course be treated confidentially.

Contact persons

If you have been in contact with a person who has been diagnosed with the corona virus, you must report this contact immediately to your local health authority. Please stay at home and follow the instructions of the public health authority. You can also inform us by e-mail at infektionsschutz@th-ab.de or at 06021/4206-268. 

Expectant and nursing mothers


Pregnant students have to register before the examination (min. 1 week before) to contact the examiner.

The contact with larger groups or the formation of groups must be avoided.

Please keep a distance of at least 1. 5 m from other people.

For breastfeeding mothers, the first-aid room and the family room are available for breastfeeding. Surface and hand disinfectants are available here - please use these options.