Many organisations are currently seeking volunteers to call individuals in isolation, maintain a sense of community throughout confinement, and to help those who are most vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Safety Guidelines

Simple actions to help protect your health and those around you:



Well-Being Activities

Physical activities

Even if rackets, balls and oars may be stowed away for some time, there is no reason why we should have to stop moving during confinement. Certain activities can be done without requiring much space or specific equipment.

Stay in touch

During this confinement period, we feel it is still extremely important for each and every student to maintain links with the Sciences Po community. Student associations - both cultural and athletic - are not limited to campus walls, and we know that very many of you are continuing to bring your projects to life online.

Support: Resources and Services here for you

If you are alone during this confinement period, let us know

If you are spending this confinement period alone, you can notify the Student Life Services services by filling in this form. Please do not hesitate to do so: we are here to help!

Continued Support from the Sciences Po Health Centre

The Sciences Po Health Centres of each campus remain available and equipped to help you if you need.

Advice for coping with isolation

In times of stress, it is important to pay attention to your own needs and feelings. A few simple practices can be helpful in coping with isolation: stay in touch with loved ones, establish a routine, don’t be afraid to log out...

Student Life During Confinement

Advice and resources on how to stay calm, cope, look after yourself, and keep learning under these circumstances.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic and measures of confinement in effect in France and many other countries, we are navigating an unprecedented period, one for which we have had little time to prepare ourselves. While circumstances may seem different for every one of us, and although some may appear to have less difficulty adapting than others, it is important to remember that the situation is and remains disorienting for us all.

Covid-19: Letter to our Communities

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, Olivier Duhamel and Frédéric Mion address our communities
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Frédéric Mion, Director of Sciences Po, and Olivier Duhamel, President of the FNSP, address our communities in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, in this communication sent on March 16, 2020. For the latest updates on the situation at Sciences Po and frequently asked questions, visit our Covid-19 Information page.

Dear students, faculty and colleagues,

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COVID-19: Remote learning

Documents and tutorials for getting started with remote learning
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In order to ensure the pedagogical continuity of your learning, you will have access to a new web-conference service called Zoom. You will be invited by your teachers to join your classes remotely, and you will also be able to create your own meetings for study and group work. You can also use this service to contact your families and thus keep a social link with your loved ones, friends, etc.

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Paving the Way For A Green Future

PAVéS: the self-managed and green student association
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Eco-friendly, self-managed, and militant, PAVéS is an association committed to tackling questions on climate change at Sciences Po. But it is also well known by students for CAFéS, its ethical and solidarity-focused cafeteria run by students from the Paris campus. We met to talk with two of its members, Ilytie Piroit and Clémentine Sainclair, over an organic coffee. 

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