The College supports your learning in a variety of ways outside of class.
Higher Education students are all allocated a personal tutor. Because of our small class sizes, this will almost always be your Course Leader and they can be consulted over routes you might take with regard to support for your learning.
All Higher Education courses make extensive use of eZone, the College's virtual learning environment. As this is web-based, you can access your teaching, learning and assessment materials remotely.
The Learning Resource Centre (LRC) contains a stock of books and other publications recommended by your tutors and relevant to your course. There are open-access PCs and Macs, and an HE Study Room available for private or small-group study.
The College welcomes applications from Higher Education students with a disability. Client Services is able to advice on applying for Disabled Student Allowance and can talk to you about a range of diagnostic tools and interventions available to support your learning.