According to UTS Law Faculty rules, assignments (assessment items) received via fax, email or DX will not be accepted. Assignments (assessment items) are to be submitted in the Assignment Box located in the Student Reception area of the Law Faculty at Building 2, Level 16.
Under no circumstances will unmarked assignments be handed back to students once they are submitted. Instead, students are recommended to re-submit another copy of their assignment with the relevant changes and a note to their lecturer.
Instructions on submitting hardcopy assignments (assessment items):
1. You must attach a UTS Law Assignment Cover Sheet to the front page of your assignment.
- Make sure you complete the entire form and sign the 'Acknowledgment of Original Work' section.
- Do not detach either half of the form. The bottom half is retained as proof of assignment lodgement within the Law Reception.
- Do not submit assignments in plastic folders or covers.
- The Law reception staff cannot distribute assignments, nor can lecturers mark them if the necessary details are not fully completed on the form.
2. All hardcopy assignments (assessment items) must be lodged through the Assignment Box at the Student Reception at Building 2, Level 16 before 6:00pm on the due date (during Faculty teaching weeks) or before 5.00pm (during Faculty non-teaching weeks and Summer session) for receipt on that day. Law Reception staff will not falsify submission dates.
Online Assignment Submissions
Students who have been advised by their subject coordinator to submit their assignments online must complete and include the UTS Law Assignment Cover Sheet for Online Submission. This cover sheet should become page one of your assignment.
Do not confuse the online submission cover sheet with the UTS Law Assignment cover sheet.
Marked assessments can be collected from the Law Reception. Any queries regarding outstanding assessments should be directed to the relevant subject Coordinator/Lecturer.
- Unfortunately Law Reception staff cannot check the availability of individual assessment items for students who telephone the office.
- As per university policy regarding the Privacy of Student Records, the UTS Law Faculty is unable to release assessment results. This includes assignments, informal exams and formal examinations.
- When collecting assessment items, students are required to show their Student I.D or provide a signed original letter of authority if collecting on behalf of someone else.
- According to the Coursework Assessment Policy and Procedures, "Faculties need to keep a copy of any authority submitted for a person other than the student to collect work submitted for assessment."
- The Law Reception staff keep all notes of authority and are unable to release assessment items without the appropriate authority.
- Past assignments are kept at the Law Reception for one year, after which time they are destroyed.
- If an assignment is the final assessment item for a subject, it will not be released until after the day the University releases final results for each session.
Law Reception staff do not:
- Fax assignment questions or course materials.
- Print assignments (to print your assignment, use the UNICARD service available in the Library or on Level 1 outside CB05B.01.06).