SUBMITTING YOUR WORK
We will no longer be accepting any physical submissions whilst we are closed. We are still encouraging digital submission wherever possible. If you intend to submit work digitally please contact your academic team to confirm arrangements. Students who are due to submit module 304 should submit via Turnitin - no printed version is required. If you require any support with Turnitin please contact the Learning Lab by email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further details about digital submission will have been emailed to you by your Head of School on Thursday 19 March.
We are pleased to announce deadline extensions for all HE coursework submission, with blanket Extenuating Circumstances for all students (you do not need to submit a claim). Please see here for information about specific deadlines for every module.
Please email email@example.com if you have any queries.
ERC RESOURCES PRIORITISED FOR FINAL YEAR STUDENTS
With immediate effect, in order to support our graduating students at this challenging time, our final year students will take priority for equipment loans. This includes final-year undergraduate, MA, FAD and Extended Diploma Year 2 students.
There is no expectation on students to bring loaned equipment back to the college until the buildings are open once more. If you are concerned about a recent loan please don't worry - you can ignore any automated reminders from the ERC for the time being.
Student support has moved to remote working. All appointments (counselling, wellbeing and general welfare) will be available online. If you have any concerns regarding your wellbeing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a response or visit our Wellbeing homepage, where there is advice on a range of services and support you can access.
It's important to stay connected even when we have to distance ourselves socially. Stay part of a community with Big White Wall. Remember, you’re not alone. Visit www.bigwhitewall.com to register for a safe community to support your mental health, 24/7.
For more advice on how to look after your mental heath and wellbeing during this time, you can find information on the Gov.uk website as well as our blog.
If you are concerned you could have Covid-19 use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service.
If you are advised to self-isolate by NHS 111, your academic team will put in place academic support but you can also email email@example.com if you need any additional support from us during this period, which could include mental health support.
Always ensure that you have reported your absence to us. We have introduced a new online absence reporting system in relation to current concerns around coronavirus. Click here.