While the Multi-Ministry Taskforce eases measures in Phase 3, the safety and wellbeing of our community remains our priority. Even as we welcome staff and students back to our campus for more face-to-face learning to resume lessons that are best done on campus, all necessary safety protocols will remain in place, to minimise the risk of infection.
Entry to the campus for visitors remains by authorisation issued by the Academic School or Department. Our Student Services and Visitors Centre (SSVC) is open to visitors on an appointment basis only via
askNP@np.edu.sg. We apologise that these measures may cause some inconvenience. To assist you in your enquiries, we have compiled a list of hotlines and contacts which you may find useful. Please see
list and call/email us if we can be of help.
Access to campus facilities, such as the swimming pool, multi-purpose sports halls, running track and performing studios, will for now be restricted to approved and supervised student CCA activities. Recreational use of these facilities, including The House (for staff/alumni at Blk 75), as well as the NP Library will remain unavailable to external members until further notice.
We thank you for your cooperation, and seek your patience and understanding should there be any inconvenience.
Stay safe and well.
Regards,Ngee Ann Polytechnic
On our campus grounds, we have implemented further strict measures to provide a safe campus environment and minimise risks of further outbreaks. This includes restricted entry via the main gate and only by prior authorisation, during the campus opening hours.
Monday to Friday: 6am to 8pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
Food Club & MunchMonday to Friday: 7.30am to 6pmSaturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
Makan PlaceMonday to Friday: 7.30am to 7.30pmSaturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Closed
We seek your cooperation to abide strictly by the measures below. We recognise they may cause some inconvenience, and seek your patience and understanding.
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of the following, please do not come to campus. Stay home or see a doctor if you are unwell.
For students, you need to record your temperature and health declaration via
Install TraceTogether from
www.tracetogether.gov.sg. Ensure that Bluetooth is turned on.Click
here for a step by step guide. If you can’t install the TT App, you will need a TT token. To obtain one, visit
Please enter NP via the main gate (Vehicular and Pedestrian) along Clementi Road or through Gate 4 (Pedestrian) behind NP Sports Complex. All the other side gates will remain closed during this period.
For the continued safety of the campus community, please abide by these measures.
You need to sign into SafeEntry when entering facilities and the food court allocated to your zone.
Turn on the Bluetooth. If you can’t install the TT app, you will need a TT token. To obtain one, visit
For students, please ensure you have recorded your temperature and health declaration via
You must wear a mask at all times when on campus.
Practise safe distancing by keeping at least 1 metre away from others. Wash your hands with soap and water or to sanitise them regularly.
All students and staff are to wear their coloured lanyard at all times when on campus.
At the food courts, each table must be limited to 8 or fewer persons, with at least 1 metre spacing between tables. Please adhere to all other safe management measures in place, and leave the food court once you finish your meal. We would like to assure you that our food stall operators will practise stringent hygiene measures. All food handlers will wear face masks, food trays will be sanitised after each use, and hand sanitisers will be made available for use.
We thank you for your cooperation. Stay safe and well.