We pride ourselves on the level of support we offer our students.
Advice and Admissions
The Advice and Admissions Team can provide course information and advice, help you apply and advise you on materials and equipment. Tel: 01483 44 85 85 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Look out too for our Schools Liaison Team, who visit many schools around the area.
The Careers Team can help you plan for the future by offering you confidential and impartial careers guidance. The team can also answer questions about CVs, interviews and provide you with online careers guidance software and careers resources. Tel: 01483 44 85 77 or email: email@example.com
Student Services can help you if you are facing financial difficulties, need counselling, personal support or advice or require travel assistance. Tel: 01483 44 85 85 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students from all faiths and cultures are welcomed by the College. Support can be offered to students to support their religion. The Retreat at Guildford College is a dedicated room for prayer and reflection.
Additional Learning Support
We are fully committed to widening participation and supporting students with learning difficulties and disabilities. Students with dyslexia, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, emotional or behavioural difficulties have access to individual support and specialist help where needed. If you have any additional support needs please tell us what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you reach your full potential. Tel: 01483 44 87 17.
The College encourages all students to participate and contribute to the life of the College. Be a Student Rep, stand for office, be a voice for the College or email: email@example.com Student reps will be nominated in the first term - see you tutor for details.
There is a dedicated 14-16 Office that we encourage you to visit if you have any difficulties or issues you wish to discuss - our door is always open!
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