Dear Faculty Members and Dear Students,
The decisions taken by the University Senate regarding the 2022/2023 Spring Semester education process, which will start on 27 February 2023, are given below.
- All theoretical courses in our associate, undergraduate, and graduate programs will be carried out by distance education method within the scope of "Procedures and Principles Regarding Distance Education in Higher Education Institutions" (regardless of the 30% restriction in Article 6) until a second decision is taken. Changes in teaching methods may be made according to new decisions to be taken.
- All applied education of the students who continue their education in accordance with the "Framework Regulation on Applied Education in Higher Education" (Medicine, Nursing, Midwifery, Engineering, Health Programs, etc.) and for those who receive teaching practice will be carried out face-to-face outside the university.
- For the courses held at the university that include applications such as laboratory, workshop, etc., the theoretical part of the courses will be carried out through distance education, and the application part will be carried out in a coordinated manner after switching to face-to-face education.
- Associate and undergraduate students who are to graduate but have incomplete internships will do their compulsory internships in their curriculum face-to-face in the relevant workplaces.
- Students who will continue their applied education at universities in the provinces affected by the earthquake, or whose first-degree relatives reside in these provinces and are enrolled in universities in other provinces will be able to apply to our University as a special student until 17 March 2023, without any additional tuition and training fees.
- If students make a request until March 17, 2023, their registration will be suspended for the 2022/2023 spring semester and this period will not be deducted from the maximum education period of their program.
- Students whose first-degree relatives have died or whose first-degree relatives' residences have been destroyed or damaged in the provinces under the state of emergency will be able to apply for the postponement of their unpaid spring semester installments.
- The exams for the students who are in earthquake zones and who had final, make-up, single course exams after February 6 for the fall semester of the 2022-2023 academic year, or who had qualification or thesis exams in postgraduate programs and could not attend the exam, will be held face-to-face between 20-24 March 2023.
- The library, laboratories, and drawing workshops on the campus will be open all the time, and students who wish to use these areas will be able to do so.
- Students who do not have remote access (not having enough data package, not having a computer or a laptop, etc.) will be able to use the computers in the library and in the computer laboratories according to their curriculum if they wish.
- Lectures will be conducted by the lecturers using the computers in the classrooms according to the weekly schedule.
- In accordance with Article 17 of the Haliç University Associate and Undergraduate Education and Training Regulations, attendance will be obligatory in courses and applications.
- All of the postgraduate courses will be carried out in the form of distance education according to their curriculum until a second decision is taken. Applied trainings held outside the campus will be conducted face-to-face.