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Student Administration and Support

Class Name

Class Description, Examples and Comments


Course information

Programmes offered by the college



The college's admissions procedures and policies

HE Programmes
Distance Learning
Short Courses


Fees and charges

Tuition fees and other charges to students



The college's arrangements for registering students

For information regarding this, please contact Admissions



Arrangements for assessments and examinations

Please refer to Academic Calendar



Regulations governing student progression

Please contact Registry


Learning support services

Description and availability of the academic and non-academic learning support services offered by the college.

Please contact Student Services


Student liaison

The structure and functioning meetings of staff/student consultative committees or other liaison groups.

The College now has a Student Consultative Committee.
For further information please contact Student Services


Student welfare

A description of the availability and range of the college's welfare and advice services.

Please contact Student Services


Chaplaincy services

A description of the college's chaplaincy services.

Please contact Student Services


Health services

A description of the medical support services provided by the college for students.

The local Surgery and Health Centre is a five-minute walk from the College and operates on an appointment system. For further information please contact Student Services


Careers services

Availability, conditions of use and range of services offered by the college'€™s careers service

Please contact Student Services


Sports and recreational facilities

Availability, conditions of use and range of sporting and recreational facilities offered by the college

The College has a games hall which is used each year for various sporting events including indoor shinty, badminton, karate and fencing. It operates on a booking system with the facilities manager and is free of charge to students.
Students also have sole use of a separate building and another room within the College for recreational use. Details are available from Student Services.


Student records

The college's policies on the collection, maintenance and use of personal information about students.

Please contact Registry


Student discipline

The college's policies and procedures for disciplinary proceedings against students

Student Disciplinary Procedure


Student accommodation

Availability, conditions of use and range of accommodation services offered by the college

Allocation of Accommodation Policy
Accommodation Agreement


Graduation arrangements

Information about awards ceremonies

The College graduation takes place each year on the first Friday in October. 

A fee of £20 per person is payable to the College.  This covers the graduation ceremony itself, the buffet following and entry to the cèilidh thereafter.  Students who have not paid their fees/accommodation fees will be unable to graduate.

Students must make their own arrangements for the hire of academic dress from Ede and Ravenscroft.

Skye Photo Centre are usually on site to take photos of graduates.

Further information is available from Registry



Student complaints

Procedures for dealing with student complaints about the college

Please register your complaint to Student Services in the first instance.

If this is not appropriate please register your complaint with the HR Coordinator.



Relationship with the Students Union/ Association

The legal and structural basis of the college's relationships with the Students Union/Association

Full information is available from  Student Services.


Students Union/ Association and clubs

Information on the operation and activities of the Students Union and other student clubs

Required only in cases where the institution has any legal responsibility or liability for ensuring that Students Unions (and similar Associations and organisations) are properly run.