Lokal Brugsen

We have taken some measures to ensure the customers and employees of Brugsen. All of our employees have been instructed with extra cleaning routines. But we need you as a costumer to follow  some rules as well.

As a costumer the following rules and guidelines will apply:

  • Everyone have to wash their hands before they enter Brugsen, this can be done at the toilets next to Brugsen
  • Everyone should keep a distance of at least 1 1/2 meters to each other, it's a small store, but it can be done.
  • Only touch items you are going to buy
  • Respect the discretion lines at the register
  • If possible pay with contactless card, the Coop app (With this you can pay with mobile pay, which is even better).
  • Don’t go shopping more than 1 person pr. Household. It is a small store, don’t fill it up more than necessary. 

COVID-19: Recommendations from Kollegiekontoret regarding common areas

There are no set of guidelines from Kollegiekontoret regarding dorms with common areas, but they have made the following recommendations:

 

1. Wash your hands before entering the common area

2. Wash you hands after leaving the common area

3. Prepare food at different times during the day

4. Don't throw a party in the common areas/kitchens

5. Only be the number of people in the common area that ensures that you can comply with the distance guidelines of approx. 2 m from the nearest person

6. If you are ill, only use the kitchen when no body is around and keep it clean (It's best if you stay in your room as much as possible, and have people cook for you)

7. Help each other with cooking, shopping etc. if necessary 

8. Do you have shared bathrooms, it should be divide in two, so the person ill only uses one bathroom and it must be marked clearly.

If you follow the above recommendations, you should be able to avoid any contamination even though one of you should be sick. 

If you feel the least sick, try to stay in your room and contact the resident adviser at + 45 51 71 83 94. 

Regarding guests: It is Kollegiekontorets clear recommendation to avoid guests at the common dorms during this time. Meet them outside instead. If you want to have a guest over anyway, stay in the room, guests should not stay in the common area.

The common area is everybody’s kitchen / dining room, and it is not reasonable to take potential infectious carriers into your neighbors' living room.

If you have any doubts about quarantine or so, call the Corona hotline at 7020 0233.

These precautions are about breaking the chain of infection and that is a shared responsibility. Therefore, it is important to consider and comply with the recommendations of the Danish health authority. This is not a vacation and it must be taken seriously, so we don’t extend the current situations for longer than necessary. 

The guidelines from the Danish health authority’s guidelines are clear: WASH YOUR HANDS, KEEP DISTANCE, AVOID PFYSICAL CONTACT AND STAY HOME.

In case of any illness

If you/or somebody at your dorm, is unfortunate to get infected with the corona virus or is feeling the least sick and need help with shopping etc. then you can contact me, the resident adviser.
You must NOT leave your apartment under any circumstances. I will, in cooperation with the other residents try and help you.

We must help each other, in any way we can.

Regarding the Coronavirus/Covid-19

Prompted by the Government’s and the Danish Ministry of Health’s press conference yesterday, we will take these necessary steps:

  • All activity rooms, the sauna and the bar will be closed the next 14 days 

  • The caretakers’ offices’ will be closed for residents. You can contact the caretakers at email or on phone but not in person. 

  • For 14 days the caretaker will not provide ordinary service for the residents – only emergency service (bursted water pipes etc.)

Unfortunately, the caretakers cannot provide you with hand sanitizers. You must provide yourself with sanitizers, soap etc.

The Danish Health Authority recommends everyone to follow this advice: 

1. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, hand rubbing alcohol works as well.  

2. Sneeze and cough into the arm, not the hand. 

3. No handshakes, kisses on the cheeks or hugs 

4. Keep a distance to other people

 

These precautions apply for two weeks so far.

 

If you have any questions regarding the situation, or if anybody at dorm is sick etc. you are welcome to contact me, the resident adviser at: skjbeboerraadgiver@kollegietkontoret.dk or + 45 51 71 83 94

Setting up solar cells at Skjoldhøj

During the next weeks, solar cells will be set up at Skjoldhøj. They have already started by pulling cables in the basements, and from basements to roofs. This involves some noise from drills and maybe some craftsmen on some of the balconies.

The work with the cables is expected to be completed by mid-April.

The buildings that are getting solar cells is number:  30-36, 48-50, 62-84, 103-115 and 129-151

Further info will follow.

Hi. My name is Maja and I’m the new resident adviser :)

The resident adviser provides you with advice and guidance related to your student life, your dorm life, or lend you an ear if something in your daily life is troubling you.

You are always welcome to contact me if there are any problems at your hallway. Or if you interested in participating in the social activities at the dorm or if you want to start a new community.

You can read more about me, what I do and my contact information on this site.

Information about the values of Skjoldhøjkollegiet

Lately, we have experienced an increasing number of negative requests to the caretakers at Skjoldhøjkollegiet plus several incorrect and unfactual and unfair posts on social media, which is not in compliance with the set of values, it is expected to respect.

As a resident at Skjoldhøjkollegiets it is important the you know values of Skjoldhøjkollegiet. You can find the values of Skjoldhøjkolleigets here

Grocery stores

Busstops

 4A / Nightbus 43: 100 m.

3A / Nightbus 43: 800 m.