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Student coursework hand-in room Medway University of Greenwich

The Coursework Hand-in Room is based in the Blake Building near to the Medway Student Centre however is run and managed by the Faculty of Engineering & Science.  If you have any particular concern relating to the room please contact the faculty directly.

Location:

Room B57 Blake Building,
Central Avenue
Medway ME4 4TB

Please read the accompanying guidelines on submitting coursework below.

Opening times for Medway coursework hand-in room

While every effort will be made to ensure that the coursework hand-in room is open during the scheduled times, every attempt will be made to ensure departments are aware of any unavoidable closure so students are not penalised as a result. Under these circumstances students should seek to submit their coursework at the earliest opportunity or at the latest on their next scheduled day of attendance.

The hand-in room is only open Monday to Friday and other than stated below, is closed weekends and Bank Holidays.

DatesTimes Open
18 September 2017 to 15 December 201708:30 - 16:00
18 December 2017 to 21 December 201712:00 - 14:00
22 December 2017 to 1 January 2018Closed
2 January 2018 to 6 April 201808:30 - 16:00
9 April 2018 to 27 April 201812:00 - 14:00
30 April 2018 to 13 June 201808:30 - 16:00
16 June 2018 to 17 September12:00 - 14:00

Preparing your work for submission

Before you arrive at the coursework hand-in room please ensure your work is ready for submission.  The Student Centre and other offices located nearby will be unable to help with binding, collating or providing additional stationery.

Check:

  • The appropriate coursework header sheet is attached
  • It is collated and stapled, or in a plastic folder as per instructions given by your academics
  • Any extra items, such as CDs and radios, must be firmly attached to the coursework

Receipt of coursework

Once coursework has been handed in and you have been issued a receipt, your coursework cannot be handed back to you.

Submission deadline

If you are handing coursework in on the deadline date given by your course tutor you must submit the work by 1.30pm that day. After this time your coursework will be marked as a late submission.

Please note that no coursework will be accepted at any other venue on the campus.

Submitting work when coursework hand-in room is closed

Students arriving when the coursework hand-in room is closed can post their coursework at the nearest post offices located in Rochester, Chatham and Gillingham high streets by recorded delivery. The coursework will be marked as received according to the date of the postmark.  

Please ensure the envelope is addressed to:

Coursework Hand-in Room
University of Greenwich
Medway Campus
Room B57, Blake Building
Central Avenue
Chatham Maritime
Kent ME4 4TB

Protocol

  • Please arrive at the coursework hand-in room at least 15 minutes before closing. If submitting work on the deadline date, please do not arrive later than 1.15pm. Coursework received after 1.30 pm will be marked as a late submission
  • When queuing, please stand alongside the wall pointing towards the main door on to Central Avenue
  • If queuing outside the building, please stand along the building wall 
  • If you behave in a manner that is deemed inappropriate your banner ID will be noted and you will be reported to the head of your faculty for misconduct
  • The Student Centre is not able to answer any queries related to the coursework hand-in room

Late submission of coursework

If you submit a piece of coursework late, but within 10 working days of the set deadline for that coursework, your work will be accepted and marked. However, the mark will be capped at 40% (50% for postgraduate courses) if the work meets the criteria of a pass.

The regulations remain otherwise unchanged, i.e., any piece of coursework submitted beyond 10 working days of the set deadline for that coursework will not be accepted and the mark will be recorded as 0%.

These regulations (D4.7 and D4.8) are in the University Academic Regulations for Taught Awards.

Marks are not capped for late work covered by extenuating circumstances accepted as valid (Extenuating Circumstances Policy and Procedure).

If you are unclear about the change please contact your Personal Tutor.