Frequently Asked Questions

(Updated 17 November 2022)

The health and well-being of the LASALLE community is our top priority. In light of the current COVID-19 situation in Singapore, LASALLE has implemented and enforced a range of policies and measures to protect students, staff and members of the public.
These FAQs seek to address common questions we have received from students, parents and members of the public.


1. What must I take note of before going to campus?

Please familiarise yourself with the latest safe management measures before coming to campus.
The College adopts a zero-tolerance approach to any breach of government guidelines and will continue to safeguard the health, safety and well-being of our students, staff and visitors. All staff and students who are unwell are advised to see a doctor and stay at home.

2. Does LASALLE require all persons going to campus to be fully vaccinated?

In line with government guidance to lift vaccination-differentiated safe management measures as of 10 October 2022, LASALLE does not have vaccination requirements in place on any of its campuses. However, staff, students and visitors are encouraged to be vigilant and responsible for their health, as well as the health and safety of others on campus.

For more information on the definition of fully vaccinated and current guidelines on vaccination in Singapore, please refer to the MOH website.

3. Are all activities functioning as per normal?

The following activities are taking place with safe management measures:

  • Learning and teaching on campus.
  • Exhibitions at LASALLE’s Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore.
  • Use of The Ngee Ann Kongsi Library (for staff, students and external parties attending events at the library, by invite or RSVP only).
  • Live performances (for a limited audience).
  • Extended venue hire.
  • Campus tours.
4. Where can I get more information or ask questions about the situation?

For the latest government updates, please visit:

MOH: https://www.moh.gov.sg/covid-19

MOE: https://www.moe.gov.sg/faqs-covid-19-infection

For LASALLE-related queries:

5. What should I do if I am exposed or test positive for COVID-19?

Please refer to MOH’s latest protocols and FAQs.

Learning and teaching

6. Are courses under the Continuing Education Programme still running?

We are pleased that courses under our Continuing Education Programme are offered at convenient times and conducted in-person or online. Many of the courses are eligible for SkillsFuture and National Silver Academy claims. Find out more here.

International students

7. I am an incoming international student. What are the requirements for me to enter Singapore?

Please refer to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority for the most updated information regarding entry requirements.

8. What are the support systems in place for international students at LASALLE?

We recognise that especially for international students who are away from their families, the COVID-19 situation is a difficult one. We would like to reiterate that currently, the situation in Singapore is being contained and there is no need to worry, as long as we remain vigilant and socially responsible.

We will support international students who are required to serve QO/SHN. Those who have issues with accommodation and require assistance with basic necessities can approach Student Services for help.

The well-being of all students is important to us. Students may reach out to our counsellors for emotional support at any time.

9. Would LASALLE's insurance plan reimburse students’ medical expenses if they are infected with COVID-19?

The student medical insurance policy covers students for inpatient (hospitalisation) treatment relating to COVID-19 while in Singapore or overseas.

10. What is the process if I am currently in my home country and wish to return to Singapore to resume my studies?

Please refer to the Immigration and Checkpoints Authority for the most updated information regarding entry requirements.