In order to slow the spread of the virus, protect the most fragile and avoid saturation of our hospitals, everyone must now limit their movements and the number of people with whom they are in contact each day to a strict minimum. The Institute’s priority is to enable students to continue their education in the best possible conditions, and all our efforts are focused on switching to distance learning and project management. Alternative solutions to distance learning courses are currently being deployed.
In this unprecedented period for our country, the Institute adopts a different mode of operation but remains as close as possible to everyonel by participating in the transport of healthcare staff members, by donating 9,000 FFP2 masks & protective equipment, setting up a student tutoring system to help high school science students and manufacturing protective visors within its Innovspace. Let’s be united by remaining effective, all together. }
To all students and staff still present on campus, we ask you to respect the following rules in order to protect yourself as much as possible :
In order to respect the strict limitation of movements and contacts on the territory, we ask you to:
- avoid gatherings,
- respect a minimum distance of 1m between you
- stay on campus, except in the following cases and only upon certification:
journeys between home and the place of work, when they are essential for the exercise of activities which cannot be organised in the form of teleworking (on permanent proof) or business trips which cannot be postponed ;
making essential purchases in authorised establishments (list on gouvernement.fr);
imperative family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable persons or childcare;
individual physical activity, close to home and excluding any collective sports practice, and needs of pets.
You will find attached the template of the derogatory travel authorisation issued by the government (also downloadable here). You must have this completed document with you for your outings, which must take place in one of the above-mentioned areas.
A stock of paper copies will be made available to you at the residence reception desk tomorrow. If you need it before then, and if you don’t have a printer, you can write the certificate on plain paper (by copying all the elements of the certificate available online or attached).
Breaches of these rules can be punished by a fine of up to 135 euros.
As the university canteen is closed, a system for withdrawing lunch baskets has been put in place. You will find below the booking modalities transmitted by Sodexo:
- The reservation terms will now cover lunch AND dinner (reservation will close D-1 at 6pm) defining your choice (meat, fish, veggie),
- For the week-end, reservations will be made on Thursday evening until 6pm for Fridays noon, Fridays evening, Saturdays noon and Saturdays evening and Sundays noon & evening : delivery Friday noon,
- Times to collect lunch and dinner: 12pm – 1pm.
The student’s health service - SIMPPS- keeps on its activities remotely and takes care of students.
For appointments, contact by email contact-simpps at univ-toulouse.fr or by phone 05.61.55.73.67
- GP Consultation (not including Covid-19) by appointment only, from 9am to 12pm and 1pm to 4.30pm
- Support for social difficulties, in conjunction with CROUS (remotely, by appointment)
- Listening, support, psychological care (remotely, by appointment).
If you think you might have Coronavirus, dial 15.
A telephone helpline for listening and support is maintened by the medical team of ISAE-Supaero:
- By the psychologist Mrs Christine Esposito:
She will carry out her helplines by Skype or telephone: Tuesday 31 March, Thursday 9 April, Thursday 23 April, Tuesday 28 April from 8am to 12pm and from 1pm to 5pm (French local time).
If you wish to consult her, please contact the social workers either chantal.jouniaux at isae-supaero.fr or francoise.maigne at isae-supaero.fr who will keep her diary and, if necessary, regulate and monitor situations
- By the social workers:
For Master students : Chantal Jouniaux chantal.jouniaux at isae-supaero.fr
For DFI students : Françoise Maigne francoise.maigne at isae-supaero.fr
In addition, the Federal University of Toulouse keeps the HAPPSYLINE appointments with a team of psychologists (French, English and spanigh speakers). Free consult via webcam, contact 06.27.86.91.83 or rdv.apsytude at gmail.com More info on : www.apsytude.com
Please, do not hesitate to contact any of these services if you need to.
Information dedicated to our staff members can be found on the institution’s intranet.