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Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo
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At the moment, access to the campus is limited and restricted. Call us to assist you. Tel .: 809-567-9271

  • Option 1: Information
  • Option 2: Requests 
  • Option 3: Payments
  • Option 8: Claims for our services.

Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

 

Contact information for our areas

(Call 809-567-9271 + the extension of the corresponding area)

  • Area of ​​Social Sciences and Humanities

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 258 8: 00 am - 4: 00 pm
    Ext. 299 01: 00 pm - 8: 00 pm
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    Area of ​​Health Sciences

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 293 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
    Ext. 593 1: 00 pm - 8: 00 pm
    Saturday
    9: 00 am - 1: 00 pm
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    Basic and Environmental Area

    Extensions Available schedule
     Ext. 259 9: 00 am - 5: 00 pm 
    Ext. 286 8: 00 am - 4: 00 pm
    Ext. 569 1: 00 pm - 8: 00 pm
    Ext. 286 Saturday
    8: 00 am - 12: 00 pm 
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    Area of ​​Economy and Business

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 226 8: 00 am - 12: 00 pm
    Ext. 242 12: 00 pm - 4: 00 pm
    Ext. 704 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
    Ext. 226 Saturday
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
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    Engineering Area

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 272 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
    Ext. 273 9: 00 am - 6: 00 pm
    Ext. 341 2: 00 pm - 8: 00 pm
    Ext. 341 Saturday
    8:00 am - 12:00 pm
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  • Virtual Classroom

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 416, 412 Monday to Friday
    08:00 a.m. - 07:00 p.m.
    Cel.:849-720-0845 24/7

    Library

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 332, 746,748 Monday to Friday
    8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    Saturday and Sunday
    8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

    LibrIntec

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 555 Monday Wednesday and Friday
    09:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.

    Admissions Unit

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 280 Monday to Friday
    9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

    Student Development Unit

    Extensions Available schedule
    Ext. 228 Monday to Friday
    9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Guide of frequently asked questions

What must I present when entering the Campus?

What must I present when entering the Campus?

Your student card in a visible place, mask and keep the established distance. To access the Library parking, the vehicle must be identified with an institutional card.

If you do not have it, you must request it at General Services, first floor of the Ercilia Pepín (EP) building.

If my card stays at home, how do I enter the Campus?

If my card stays at home, how do I enter the Campus?

To enter the campus and attend face-to-face classes, all students must permanently present and carry their student card.

If you do not have it, you must request it through the link: Request a card

If my card is expired, will they allow me to enter the Campus?

If my card is expired, will they allow me to enter the Campus?

Yes, you will be allowed on campus.

What security measures will the Institution be using?

What security measures will the Institution be using?

As security measures, the university requires the use of masks permanently, the temperature measurement at the doors. Additionally, we have placed an antibacterial gel in all classrooms and laboratories, as well as common spaces.Before entering, we require the reading of the Institutional Return to Campus Protocol and the signing of the virtual informed consent, available here: 711.intec.edu.do

Do you take my temperature when entering?

Do you take my temperature when entering?

At the entrance, your temperature will be taken, and if it is higher than 37 degrees, you will not be allowed to enter the campus.

If there is an asymptomatic student, and it infects colleagues, what measures would the Institution take?

If there is an asymptomatic student, and it infects colleagues, what measures would the Institution take?

The institution has a protocol for these cases, and you can consult it at the following link: 711.intec.edu.do

How many students will the class sections have?

How many students will the class sections have?

By Institutional Protocol, the classrooms and laboratories will be occupied, according to their size, to ensure the social distancing of all students.

Will the cafeteria be working?

Will the cafeteria be working?

Food businesses operating on campus will be operating soon. If you bring your food, there will be microwaves available in the student dome.

If a student has a fever when entering the Campus, what measure will the teachers take so that they do not miss classes?

If a student has a fever when entering the Campus, what measure will the teachers take so that they do not miss classes?

At the entrance, your temperature will be taken, and if it is higher than 37 degrees, you will not be allowed to enter the campus. If a student presents any discomfort or symptoms after being on campus, the measures provided in the Protocol will be taken, which you can consult here: 711.intec.edu.do

If the student does not agree to sign the virtual informed consent, what are the options to enter the class.

If the student does not agree to sign the virtual informed consent, what are the options to enter the class.

Before accessing the campus, it is required to read and sign the virtual informed consent, which is available at: 711.intec.edu.do This is a requirement of the Institutional Protocol for the return to the presence.

If I have symptoms or am in danger of contagion, how should I notify the university and what are the alternatives for classes in the meantime?

If I have symptoms or am in danger of contagion, how should I notify the university and what are the alternatives for classes in the meantime?

The student, collaborator or teacher who, while on campus (classroom or office) presents one or more symptoms of COVID-19, must notify the teacher, or their immediate supervisor and go to the institution's medical dispensary. The institution has a virtual form for the report of positive cases of COVID-19, available here: 711.intec.edu.do

What should I bring to the university as proof that I am not infected if I had previously reported possible contagion.

What should I bring to the university as proof that I am not infected if I had previously reported possible contagion.

After you have received a positive diagnosis for COVID-19, you must present the result of a negative PCR test to your career coordinator or supervisor to return to campus.

Will they be testing students and teachers before they start teaching?

Will they be testing students and teachers before they start teaching?

The university for the moment will not be applying PCR tests to its community, the international recommendation is that these tests be applied only in cases of people who present symptoms of COVID-19. If you require support to perform a PCR test, you can receive guidance at the Medical Clinic.