We appreciate your patience and understanding in this busy period, we are currently receiving a higher volume of enquiries than normal. Please be assured, our team is committed to responding to your enquiry as soon as possible.
Your results will be sent to your University email account by 4pm on Wednesday, 28 June. Should you have any missing marks, this email will also contain information about what this means for you, along with how to access further advice and support, including our wellbeing services. Further information can be found on our industrial action webpage, along with a range of Frequently Asked Questions.
Support for you:
Students based in Devon
Our Information Points at the Streatham and St Luke’s Campuses are open for walk-in or telephone queries from 9am until 5pm Monday-Friday and you can book an appointment here which will be online.
If you are under Health and Wellbeing Support for Study or have been receiving regular support from your Education Welfare team, please find information on how to make contact with them or book an appointment here.
If you have concerns about the impact of the marking and assessment boycott on your emotional, mental health or wellbeing, you can book a drop-in with wellbeing services here. Wellbeing Services also has instant chat available from 2pm-4pm Monday-Friday throughout the summer, available through this link.
Students based in Cornwall
The Information Point on Penryn campus is open for walk-in or telephone queries from 9am until 5pm Monday-Friday and you can book an appointment here.
If you have concerns about the impact of the marking and assessment boycott, you can drop in to see the student support team. Visit The Compass helpdesk located in the library, call 01326 370460, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book. The team also has a 24/7 helpline open 365 days a year and talking therapies you can access by calling 0800 0318227 or by Whatsapp: text “Hi” to 07418360780