How to check in on campus
Capturing attendance in each room is one of the ways we're keeping track of who's on campus, to protect the health and safety of our community.
When you come back to campus for Spring session (starting 27 July), we'll be using a check-in system for every class to help us with contact tracing, if it's ever needed.
This means all students, staff and visitors at UTS need to check in to each room that has a poster with a QR check-in system. That will include every classroom and some additional spaces, like the sports hall, HELPS lounge and multi-faith room.
How do I check in?
There are two options for checking in:
1. For UTS students with smart phones: a unique QR Code will be available on posters inside and outside each room. Use your smartphone camera app to scan the QR Code, which will open a webpage where you can verify your UTS details and click a simple 'check in' button.
2. For visitors, or students who can't use the QR code: a URL link will be printed below the QR code on each poster. This link will take you to a short online form where you can manually fill in your details then click 'check in' to register your attendance in the room. You can use this option if you don't have a smart phone or if your phone has difficulties reading the QR code.
If you're unable to check-in using either the QR code or the URL, you need to let your teacher know so they can check you in.
If you are experiencing any issues with the QR code, please use the URL provided. If neither option is working, please contact the Service Desk on 9514 2222.
Remember - checking in means that we can contact you if there are any cases of COVID-19 that you need to be aware of.
What will be done with the data collected?
This information will be used only for contact tracing if a COVID-19 case has been detected on campus. All information you provide will be kept in a secure database for 28 days and then deleted permanently.