This page will be updated in January 2023 for our 2023 Entry and 2024 Deferred Entry Offer Holders.
Offer Holders: Reminders, Information and Email Communications
In the table below, the Admissions Office will post the following types of notices for our offer holders:
- Reminder Notifications: this will be about important upcoming dates and deadlines.
- Information Notices: this will be about important information for you to know about.
- Email Communications: this will be about emails sent out and the date. If you have not received the email communication sent, please check your Junk/Spam folder in the first instance before sending an email to the Admissions Office and we will re-send it to you.
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Helpful tips and information for offer holders
Contacting the Admissions Office at Homerton
If you have any questions about your application and can't find what you are looking for, please email the Admissions Office, we are always happy to help. Please ensure that you get in touch with us directly. We value your data and privacy and are not able to liaise with your teachers, parents and/or guardians. We appreciate your understanding. We do ask that applicants always put the following information in the subject line of your email when writing to us: Lastname_Firstname_Course_UCAS ID_QueryDetails
Receiving emails from the Admissions Office
We will communicate with all applicants via the email address provided in the UCAS application. It’s essential that your email account is configured correctly so that emails sent from the College aren’t rejected or filtered into your 'junk'/'spam' folder by your email provider (you should check this folder regularly, as well as your inbox). As the College will contact you from Admissions [at] homerton.cam.ac.uk, please ensure that this email address is:
ADDED to your email client's Contact List
ADDED to your email client's Safe Sender List (if available)
REMOVED from your email client's Block Sender List.
Changing your email address at UCAS to a personal one rather than a school one
It is also recommended to change your email address at UCAS to a personal one rather than a school one, as the school spam filters tend to be more robust and it is likely that some of our emails to you may be blocked. We don't want you to miss out on any important email communication during the application process.
If you have a disability, specific learning difficulty, long-term illness, we strongly encourage you to disclose this and provide any relevant information in your UCAS application.
UK Care Leavers, if you have spent time in local authority care in the UK.