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Student Centres

The Student Centres provide administration services, information and advice to students.

Communications students can submit enquiries through the Student Centres in Buildings 5 and 10.

Building 10 (Broadway)
Level 2, 235 Jones Street
Ultimo NSW 2007

Building 5 (Haymarket)
Block C, Level 1
Corner Quay Street and Ultimo Road
Haymarket NSW 2007

Opening hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 9am–5pm
Wednesday from 11am–5pm

First week of formal classes for Autumn/Spring sessions
Monday to Friday from 8.30am–6.30pm

Contact
If you have an urgent enquiry during the student centre opening hours, you can call 1300 ASK UTS (1300 275 887) and a staff member will work to resolve your issue.
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Faculty contacts

See academic contacts and enquiries for academic enquiries, academic liasion officers and faculty coursework advisers.

Extension of time

Students are required to submit or complete assessment tasks by or on the due date. Due to extenuating circumstances students may apply for an extension of time from the due date. The type of extension time and the process involved depends on the difficulty being experienced.

Minor difficulty — short extension
Where illness or misadventure beyond a student’s control has a short term effect on the student’s preparation for, or capacity to submit/complete, an assessment task by or on the due date:

  • Students should notify the lecturer/tutor of their reason for extension by email on or before the due date of the assessment item.
  • Lecturer/tutor can grant an extension of time up to one week and will notify the student by return email of the new due date.
  • The student should attach a copy of the email received from their lecturer/tutor to their assessment item.

Significant difficulty — special consideration
If you are experiencing significant difficulty, or anticipate that you will experience significant difficulty in meeting assessment requirements, you may apply for special consideration.

Significant difficulties may include serious illness or psychological conditions; loss or bereavement; hardship or trauma; or being a victim of crime.

UTS: Student admin provides further information and application details on special consideration.