The 3 million will be spent on preventing study arrears for students, and to help employees with their workload
According to the Hanze, the investment is necessary due to the ongoing Coronavirus and the associated measures that have been taken, which are affecting the ongoing learning and teaching process. As reported by RTV Noord.
Part of the money will be used to provide additional guidance to first and second-year students. According to the school, this can be done by assigning study career counselors extra tasks, engaging student assistants and by linking senior students to new-starters.
Two digital workshops are also being built, which teachers and employees can use to give online lessons. Hanze UAS staff can also receive support at a location in giving online and offline lessons, whilst some money will be allocated to provide all employees with laptops.