Information, on-campus activities, initiatives
The health emergency we are facing has undoubtedly deeply affected all our lives, but it has also demonstrated the Bocconi community's capacity for resilience and innovation. Further responsible actions are required from everyone at an individual and collective level.
Bocconi University manages on-campus services and activities in compliance with the regulations and indications of local and national authorities.
The University aims to stay in touch with the entire community, including students, faculty and staff, with regular communications and updates.
8 April 2021
We are looking forward to a prompt resumption of teaching activities on Campus, compatibly with the progress of the Covid-19 vaccination plan and pandemic containment measures.
Pending the weekly report from health authorities (Istituto Superiore di Sanità) and the related ministerial orders regarding regional restrictions, we inform you that if Lombardy changes from "red zone" to "orange zone" next week, we will immediately resume face-to-face teaching activities using the hybrid model that combines in-person and remote teaching.
If this hoped-for change occurs, please continue to comply with all the safety rules provided for within the University once you are back on campus.
We also remind you that an ambulance is permanently stationed on campus, the infirmary in Via Bocconi 12 is open and the new medical center in Piazza Sraffa 11 is available by reservation.
For any emergency, please immediately call 02 / 5836.2121, a number which will also be connected to S.O.S. stations located at various points of the campus.
At any time, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org for information, clarifications about on-campus safety, or to report your state of health.
If, on the other hand, Lombardy remains a "red zone", all activities will still be guaranteed via remote delivery, maintaining the current methods.
We thank you as always for your dedication, which allows us to face and overcome difficulties beyond our control and helps us remain hopeful that the situation will finally move towards a rapid solution.
Warm greetings to you and your families.
Gianmario Verona Rector, Riccardo Taranto Managing Director
23 February 2021
Bocconi University has launched a massive free antigenic swab screening campaign that covers the entire Bocconi community. We started from the Spadolini Residence, in which a number of positive cases were found. We therefore had to place the Residence in quarantine, in agreement with ATS.
The massive screening campaign will initially involve all Residences and, from 2 March, the entire Bocconi community.
In relation to the cases of Covid-19 revealed in the Spadolini Residence as of Monday 22 February, Bocconi is operating according to the health protocol and in collaboration and close coordination with ATS. In the interest of public health and to protect the health of the entire Bocconi community, the measures adopted envisage that positive subjects must be placed in quarantine in single rooms until virological recovery is attested by two negative swabs.
All residents will remain in quarantine for 14 days starting Monday 22 February.
Residents will be guaranteed all hospitality services (meal service, standard and special cleaning, and medical assistance).
7 October 2020
Regarding the cases of Covid-19 that have been detected in the Castiglioni Residence since Sunday 4 October, Bocconi University is operating according to the health protocol and in collaboration and close coordination with the ATS. In the interest of public health and to protect the health of the entire Bocconi community, the measures adopted provide that:
- Those who tested positive are placed in quarantine in single rooms until virological recovery is attested by 2 negative swabs
- All Castiglioni residents must remain in quarantine for 14 days, starting from 4 October
Residents will be guaranteed all hospitality services (meal service, ordinary and special cleaning, medical assistance).
At the same time, the University is organizing a screening campaign via rapid antigen swab to be carried out on all students in Bocconi residences to reassure them and their families.
Teaching activity will proceed as before and the students in quarantine will continue to follow their lessons online.