Information for current students
Hicks Student SupportSupport for students of the School of Mathematics and Statistics (and the Department of Physics and Astronomy) is provided via Hicks Student Support in room F10. The office is open 09.30-16.30, Monday to Friday. You can contact us
- in person: Hicks Building, G-Floor, room F10,
- by email: email@example.com,
- or by phone: 0114 222, then add 3752 or 3808 or 3762.
Some forms can be completed and/or submitted online. In particular, you should use the online system to change your module registrations, unless you want to request a change after the standard deadline. See the page above for detailed instructions.
Some other forms need to be printed, filled in by hand and submitted to F10. For the most common forms (Special Circumstances and Change of Status) you can also collect a blank copy from F10 instead of printing it yourself. Some forms need to be signed by an appropriate staff member before they can be submitted. See the following page for details:
Who signs forms
FeedbackYou can provide anonymous feedback on anything that concerns or delights you using this link: http://tinyurl.com/acrgrjs.
Alternatively, you can talk to one of the members of the Staff student forum.
Submission of coursework
Assignment Cover Sheets
Print out the cover sheet and attach it to the front of your work. Cover sheets are available a week before the submission date and work can be submitted at any time (provided that the building is open to students) via the drop box outside F10. Please note that cover sheets are specific to a given item of course work and student. If you get a friend to print out a cover sheet your marks may not be credited to you.
If you have any problems accessing a coversheet, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop into F10.
Work submitted via the dropbox can be collected from F10 after it has been marked.
Note that course work for some modules is collected and returned in tutorials or lectures; none of the above is relevant in that case.
List of modules (with links for detailed information)
AiM (the department's computer-aided assessment system)
Administrative informationFor most administrative information, see the pages of:
The Student Services Information Desk
Student Associates Scheme (teaching experience)
Mathematical resources elsewhere
Mathworld: another online encyclopaedia.