Whether you are a new or returning student, everyone at Hull College would like to welcome you onto campus for what promises to be another exciting academic year.
Your course tutor will have provided you with your induction timetable during enrolment, which will highlight days, start and finish times and where you will be meeting.
Your timetable for the first two weeks of term will be slightly adapted to accommodate the fun, informative and exciting activities that we have planned for you.
If you have any questions. please contact your Institute's Head of Department (listed below).
All students must wear their 2022/23 Lanyards whilst on-site to ensure we can identify you and keep our whole college community safe. Your ID cards will enable access into the main and wider college sites for your chosen curriculum. If you are not wearing your lanyard whilst at college, you will be asked to do so. Any replacements cards needed can be obtained from the library at a cost.
The Student Services Hub is located behind reception in Chesters Building and is the place to go if you need to ask for any kind of support whilst at Hull College.
There is also a quiet room available if you need some time out and, in our Grab and Go Shop is where you will find access to a number of resources such as stationary, clothes for interviews, sanitary products and food - all of which are free for students to take.
Your wellbeing and safety are extremely important to us and the whole college team are here to support you, as well as our specialist support teams and external agency links. If you need any further information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to your tutor.
There are lots of ways we can support you financially. We can provide a bursary for students who have a number of financial barriers. This bursary can support you with the following:
• Travel to the college (Bus/Train)
• Help with equipment for your course
• Help towards trips
• Help with childcare
If you wish to apply for any of these bursaries, please come and see the Customer Services team in Chesters reception. If you require further advice and guidance in regard to financial support, please email email@example.com
English & Maths
The English & maths departments are ready to welcome and support you! If you are enrolled on a study programme and do not already have a GCSE grade 4 in English or maths, you will be required to work toward these alongside your vocational qualification. Two lessons will be built into your timetable each week for English and maths as required. Please note attendance is mandatory.
Every area of a person’s life and career can be improved through the mastery of English and maths. We have designed the English and maths curriculum with an explicit focus on core skills to provide learners with a challenging, engaging and highly effective learning experience. Classes will start w/c September 5th
Key College Contacts
Careers Support: CareersAdvice@hull-college.ac.uk
Student Finance Advice: StudentFinance@hull-college.ac.uk or call 01482 597404
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Support: SENDSupport@hull-college.ac.uk
Wellbeing & Safeguarding: Safe@hull-college.ac.uk or visit the Student Services Hub in the Chesters building.
Heads of Department
Darren Storrer: The Institute of Building Technologies
Graham Jessop: The Institute of Digital & Advanced Manufacturing and Advanced Vehicle Technologies
Gemma Hartley: The Institute of Arts
Prue Gibson: The Institute of Hospitality and Lifestyle
Sarah Henry: The Institute of Professional Studies
Joanne Tejo: The Institute of Health and Life Sciences
Deborah Norman: The Institute for Skills and Living
Tina Lynam: The Institute of Adult Foundation Skills