Submitting your assignment
You should follow the information in your Unit Guide or CloudDeakin as to how an assignment should be submitted.
If you do need to submit a hard copy at a campus, you can do so at the following locations.
*With the exception of Faculty of Arts and Education assignments, where hard copies are not accepted. For non-text assignments please see your Unit Guide for submission instructions.
|Waurn Ponds||Waterfront||Burwood||Elgar Road||Warrnambool|
|Arts and Education*||Hard copy not accepted||Hard copy not accepted||Hard copy not accepted||Hard copy not accepted||Hard copy not accepted|
|Business and Law||ad, level 2||C level 3||lb level 2||Building J, level 4|
|Science, Engineering and Built Environment||ka level 2||Building D||Building L||Building J|
The following faculties have some additional information on their websites relating to assignment submission.
The due date of the assignment is the last day on which your assignment must reach your Faculty or be submitted on CloudDeakin.
Failure to comply with this requirement may affect the assessment process and your final result for the unit. Late submission may incur a penalty in assessment.
If you are late submitting your assignment, you should contact your Unit Chair for more information.
If circumstances beyond your control will prevent you from attending a test, placement, practicum or similar, or from submitting an assignment by the due date, you should speak to your Unit Chair as soon as you become aware of the problem. Your Unit Chair may allow you to do the task at another time or may give you an extension of up to two weeks.
Assignment Extensions are normally only approved when students apply before the due date. You will need to supply supporting documentation about the difficulties you are facing and the Unit Chair may ask to see the work you have completed so far.
Note that work that is submitted late without an approved extension will be subject to a marking penalty, or may not be marked at all.
The Unit Chair may advise you to apply for special consideration where
- you were unable to apply for an extension before the due date or
- rescheduling is impractical or
- you have requested more than two weeks' extension.
For further information, check your unit guide.
Check your Unit Guide for word limits and assignment requirements. Speak to your Unit Chair if you need to extend your word count.