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Undergraduate and some Postgraduate students (for example LLM, MBA) have their examination results printed on Class Lists each year. The Class Lists are displayed on the boards at the Senate House and published in the University’s journal, the Reporter (in print and online).

Other Postgraduate students (for example PhD, MPhil, MRes, MSt) have approval of their award published in the Reporter only. There is no Class List published for these courses.

Removing your name and exam results from the Class Lists and The Reporter

You need to use http://www.camsis.cam.ac.uk/cam-only/log_in_students/  to remove yourself from the Class Lists and The Reporter. This opting out of appearing in the Class Lists and the Reporter should be undertaken by the deadlines given in Student Self-Service. For students with examinations taking place in the Easter term and where the Class List is also published in the Easter term, the opportunity to amend your publication choices opens at the start of Easter term and closes on 1 June each year.

When you’re logged in you need to:

  1. Click on the 'Exams' tile
  2. Select ‘My result publication choice’
  3. Slide the Opt out bar across to show yes or no as required

You can’t choose to stay either in the Class Lists displayed at Senate House or published in the Reporter: opting out removes you from both.

Keeping your name and exam results in the Class Lists and Reporter

You don’t need to do anything to keep yourself in the Class Lists or have your results published in The Reporter. You can change your preference at any time up to the deadline.

If you’re happy with your publication choice you don’t need to do anything for your remaining time with the University of Cambridge.