Recording attendance will help us see where you might be struggling and offer you support. It will also help us make sure everyone is meeting their attendance requirements - for example if your attendance is required for a professional accreditation or your student visa.
In the Autumn term 2023/23 all students in the Guildhall School of Business and Law, the School of Computing and Digital Media, and the School of the Built Environment are required to register their own attendance at the start of all timetabled activities.
MyAttendance will be introduced for all other schools in Spring 2024.
How do I check-in to my learning activity?
You can access MyAttendance using a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.
1. At the start of every session, your lecturer will issue you a unique four-digit code.
2. Access MyAttendance via:
- The MyLondon Met App
- Quicklinks on the Student Zone
3. Enter the four-digit code and click the 'check-in' button
Why is London Met using this system?
This new system is more efficient than other attendance monitoring such as paper registers and saves resource so we can better support you in other areas.
It will help us to:
- Ensure you are maximising your academic potential;
- provide supportive interventions when you need them the most;
- avoid time-consuming manual roll calls;
- know who is on campus in case of an emergency;
- to improve the experience for all students
Can I view my own attendance record?
Within My Attendance you’ll be able to see your own attendance record – this is displayed on a simple dashboard. However, you can only see records from this academic year, it will not show older attendance records.
Could I get someone to send me a check-in code?
Please use the system honestly. We need the most accurate data to ensure we are providing support where it’s needed.
Please be aware: registering attendance for someone else is considered misconduct and may result in disciplinary action.