The Student Services Team at Hull College provides support, advice and guidance for students to help you access the most appropriate programme to meet your needs.
Course Information, Advice and Guidance (IAG)
Whether you are looking to update your skills and CV, develop a new career path or re-train for a new job, or to simply study for pleasure, Hull College offers a wide range of full and part-time options and our IAG Team can help you choose the right course.
No appointment is necessary – call today on (01482 598744) or email email@example.com
Hull College offers an impartial careers and personal development service to adult students in partnership with the National Careers Service.
Students aged 19 and over can access a range of services that will enable them to make informed choices and progress in their careers.
The National Careers Service provides a range of services including careers guidance, job application help, interview skills and career development advice.
The service is accessible Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 9.30am-3.30pm (Chesters Main Reception). Please call to make an appointment 01482 598723 or 01482 591417.
Hull College provides a wide variety of play and learning opportunities for children under five years of age at the childcare centre on the Queen’s Gardens campus.
For more information please call our Childcare Centre Manager on 01482 598931.
Need to talk? Free and confidential counselling services are available to Hull College students who need to talk about mental health, stress or other issues affecting them. To find out more visit www.hull-college.ac.uk/facilities/counselling-service
Additional Student Support
The College’s specialist team of support workers is available to provide dedicated support. This includes foundation courses, one-to-one in class support (where appropriate), provision of adopted materials and facilities of a first class resource centre within the Maxwell Bird Building. Specialised equipment for students with a visual or hearing impairment is available to ensure you get the best from your course, after an assessment of need has been conducted. Our experienced communicators are qualified in British Sign Language (BSL). Support is also available for any student who requires assistance with English, Maths or language skills.