LA TROBE University says it is working on a plan to return students to face-to-face teaching.
The university moved to remote learning on March 24 amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan earlier this month urged universities to return their students to classes by July.
Victorian high school and primary school students will be returning to face-to-face teaching from May 26.
But a La Trobe spokesperson said the university was yet to set a return date.
"We are actively developing our approach for transitioning teaching activities back to campus," the spokesperson said.
"Return to on-campus activity will be undertaken in a managed fashion when it is safe for students and staff to do so, and in line with official health advice and government directives.
"We will communicate with our students as soon as further information is available."
Students at La Trobe's Melbourne and Bendigo campuses were due to have their graduation ceremonies in April and May this year.
The ceremonies have been postponed due to the pandemic.
"All students who were due to graduate have received their testamurs," the university spokesperson said. "We are exploring a range of options to enable ceremonies to progress as restrictions ease."
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