Most assessments will be submitted electronically but those that are not will need to be submitted in printed format via the reception, please check your module handbook for details of submission.
The Faculty of Arts and Humanities Reception is located in Room 109 on the first floor of the Roland Levinsky Building.
- Monday: 8:30–17:00
- Tuesday: 8:30–17:00
- Wednesday: 8:30–17:00
- Thursday: 8:30–17:00
- Friday: 8:30–16:30
Please note that the reception isn’t open on bank holidays or during the University’s Christmas closure period.
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
University of Plymouth
Rules for hard-copy submission
All coursework submitted via the reception needs to be presented in a secure fashion and have a completed cover sheet attached. The cover sheets are downloadable from your programme Moodle sites, and also available on the coursework preparation desk immediately outside the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Reception in the Roland Levinsky Building.
Please make sure you have your student card with you when submitting work, and that you are sure of the module code.
All work is to be submitted anonymously. Any exemptions to anonymous submissions will be notified to you by your Programme Manager.
Group work will not be anonymous: all members of the group must sign the section at the foot of the cover sheet and ensure their card numbers are clearly marked alongside the signature.
A late mark carries a potential mark of zero if the module is pass/fail, or a cap at the pass mark (currently 40% for undergraduate and 50% for postgraduate). If the work is over 24 hours late it will earn a zero mark. It is recommended that all students leave plenty of time to allow for traffic/travel issues and potential problems with printing, as these do not normally constitute extenuating circumstances.
If you are late due to circumstances beyond your control, please speak to a member of the counter staff who will be happy to begin the extenuating circumstances claims process with you. Further information on Extenuating Circumstances can be found in the Student Handbook here.
A facility for submitting coursework out of hours is available in the entrance of the library, where there is a secure coursework drop-off. Affix a photocopy of your student card, and simply put it in the box provided. If you cannot get a photocopy, then please ensure your students and card numbers are clearly marked on your cover sheet.