One of the great things about coming to Nottingham College is the amount of support we give our students. You can find out what help we can offer you on these pages.
Need someone to talk to?
If you have any concerns about your studies let them know, if you have any worries about things other than your course, they’ll be able to put you in touch with someone who can help.
On-hand throughout your study to support you with any issues you may be facing.
Nottingham College’s Careers Advisors can support you with your progression; whether you need help with identifying your ambitions, knowing how to get to where you want to be, or simply researching your options. Our friendly advisors are here to help you. To find out more, click the link to our page.
The Student Wellbeing Team are here to help you get the most out of your college experience. They run enrichment, societies, trips and the Students’ Union along with the student ambassadors and student council. They also run the student Wellbeing Hub, an online resource with loads of information of local services and self-help tips, as well as opportunities for you to get involved at college!
The College has a comprehensive support service, and if you tell us you have additional needs we will ask you for more details and evidence about your diagnosis or condition.
Counselling could help you with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, self-esteem, eating disorders, relationship problems and other issues which may be affecting your life.
If you need help completing your online application to Nottingham College, don't worry. Help is at hand
We have a team of people who can assess to see what additional support you might need to be able to achieve on your course.
If you need help completing your application, you can find some useful hints, tips and frequently asked questions here!
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