Jurong dormitories are locked down 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and students are barred from going outside the campus.
But if you are in one, it’s a lot easier than you might think.
What to know about lockdowns Jurong’s dormitries are sealed off 24 hours per day, 7 days a month.
It’s important to note that if you’re in a dormitory, you must not leave the dormitory until a dorm official has entered the room.
If you are caught outside the building, the dormitry is locked down for 24 hours.
If the dorm is full, the students can still go outside.
They can also enter and leave through other means.
There are locks to the doors and the door locks are activated by a signal.
Students are only allowed to use the lockers if the locks are unlocked.
If a lock is not unlocked, the school may call the police to take it off the lock.
How to unlock locks Jurong has a lockers, and there are locks available to unlock dormitory doors.
You’ll have to walk into the dorm to unlock the lock, which will require a student to go through a series of steps, according to the university.
Once the lock is unlocked, you will then need to go into the room where the dorm room is located and unlock the door.
A lock is also available for students to unlock their dormitory locks with a simple key or a student key.
You must have the correct keys on hand.
Students are not allowed to bring back food or drink into the building during lockdowns, but you can bring in any items you need for a meal.
If your lock is taken off, you are not eligible to return for the lock again.
You can get a lock on the door of a dorm for the duration of the lockdowns.
If you are unsure whether a dorm is locked, you can call the Jurong police.