Our Student Support teams are here to help, on campus and online. They can provide support across a wide range of matters and are always happy to help.
You can talk to our Student Support teams whenever you need a helping hand. Here are a few of the things you can chat to the team about.
Our Support teams will ensure that you maximise your potential and that there are no barriers to you achieving your goals. Find a course and we’ll provide the tools you need to go far
We are here to help you. Drop in to talk to us at Student Support on campus or contact the team who will be happy to help.
Our Student Support teams are here to help, on campus and online. They can provide support across a wide range of matters including, mental health, sex and relationships, online safety and support with finances.
You can talk to our Student Support teams whenever you need a helping hand. Drop into the student support office or email
Absolutely, we have Student Advisers on all sites. You can see them face to face, on teams or email them. The Student Support areas provide a safe space for you to discuss any worries or concerns. You can drop in and make an appointment, email
Whilst our Student Advisers are not counsellors, they are Mental Health First Aiders. We can also refer you to other external agencies that can support you.
Our Student Support teams work through the holidays too (except the Christmas break).
The college also has a free, 24/7, confidential counselling service, Health Assured, that all students are able to access. You can contact Health Assured 24/7 365 days a year on 0800 028 3766.
Health Assured is a FREE, confidential 24 hour helpline to support you with areas including:
• Stress & anxiety
• Housing concerns
• Low mood
• Family issues
Yes, we can offer meetings over the summer break to help you transition to college. We also offer some transition events to support you in becoming familiar with the college and its surroundings.