Dear International Students,
2021 International Workers' Day for SEU students is scheduled from May 1st, 2021 to May 5th, 2021; classes will be officially resumed on May 6th, and classes will be held also on May 8th（make up Monday‘s classes）. Here are a few warm tips to tell everyone:
To guarantee your safety and health in the International Workers' Day, you are required to abide by the following regulations:
For those who live in the campus dorm, you must abide by all the regulations related to epidemic-prevention; if you want to get in and out of the campus, you should apply to SEU and get the approval before the holiday; if you leave the campus, you must make sure that you come back to the dorm within the designated time; if you violate the regulation, you will be punished accordingly.
For those who are in Nanjing, you are required not to leave Nanjing unless necessary and not to go to any area with high or medium risk of COVID-19; if you need to leave Nanjing, you must apply to SEU and get the approval in advance.
Before you leave Nanjing, you must provide information about your planned residence, transportation routes, detailed reasons, and information about the people you plan to meet when you apply for leaving. And you must get permission from your supervisor, teaching affair office, dorm manager and CIS office.
When you are outside of Nanjing ,you must do the daily health report.
You are not allowed to return to SEU without approval; before you come back from other cities, you must submit application for returning, daily health report record, health code (Su Kang Ma) and commitment letter (In which you promise that you have no history of residence in medium/high risk areas, no history of contact with suspicious persons, etc.).
All International Students should strictly abide by Chinese laws and SEU regulations. Students should also obey the relevant epidemic-prevention regulations set by the university and local communities.
Make sure to avoid the violations such as illegal working with student visa, visa expiration, unruly behavior due to alcohol, taking drugs, Illegal missionary, unlawful assembly and disturbing others when living off campus.
The activities of using electrical appliances which are not allowed or suitable in dorm, cooking and using open flames in the dorm, storing any flammable or explosive materials and chemical dangerous goods, and smoking in the dorm are extremely prohibited.
Meanwhile, pay attention to traffic safety and follow the traffic laws.
To guarantee your safety and health in the holiday, we have following suggestion and reminding for you.
Do not go to the crowded places, do not physically contact people with suspected symptoms of Covid-19.
Be careful of personal hygiene, wash your hands often, keep your room well ventilated and wear your mask in the public places.
Please check the expiration date of your visa. The International Students’ Office will not issue residence permit/visa during the holiday.
Tips to prevent theft and fraud: Do not take a lot of cash when going out. Do not let strangers stay in your room. When leaving your room, make sure to lock windows and balconies. Protect your personal information. Take care of your personal documents, and do not let others use them on your behalf. Always take a photocopy of your important documents (e.g. passports).
Turn off the electric appliances and power when you leave the dormitory.
If you need urgent assistance, please call one of the following numbers: public security: 110; fire: 119; Emergency Medical Services: 120.
We sincerely wish you all a nice and safe holiday!
College of International Students,
April 30, 2021