The annual report covers the period from September 1 of each year to August 31 of the following year, coinciding with the academic year of the University of Navarra.
The 20-21 academic year began with a solid commitment to face-to-face attendance. In September 2020 the Museum's regulations were renewed and in January 2021 its Board of Directors was renewed. The uncertain situation marked an increase in digital products, such as distance education programs, semi-face-to-face meetings and conferences, digital guided tours or streaming in some initiatives.
The 2019-2020 fiscal year has been an atypical one affected by COVID-19 and the subsequent global health emergency. The Museum's facilities were closed between March 13 and May 26, 2020. This closure affected the planning of exhibitions, performing arts and music, public programs, and programming aimed at schoolchildren and university audiences, two groups that completed their respective academic years remotely.
Since its opening in 2015, the Museum has experienced a notable increase in the number of young visitors. This academic year, the percentage of people between 18 and 45 years old who have visited the center or participated in its programming amounts to 71% of the total figure.
The Museo Universidad de Navarra ends the year with 106,869 visitors.
The Museo Universidad de Navarra ends its first full academic year (2015-2016) with a significant number of visitors, 80,006 people. This figure represents a high penetration rate in the community where it is located.