From time-to-time, students may encounter personal situations which they need advice or help with.
College tutors are able to provide guidance and direct students to appropriate sources of specialised help. For more private situations the college notice boards provide contact details for professional help, covering a wide range of situations.
If you have any worries regarding alcohol, drugs, eating healthily, mental health, pregnancy, sexual health, losing weight, depression, eating disorders, or a full range of medical conditions then please log onto the NHS Choices website.
NHS Smoke Free
For help quitting smoking, please visit the NHS Smoke Free website for a range of advice help & support.
Website: nspcc.org.uk / phone number: 0808 800 5000.
Talk to Frank
Drug advice helpline: 0800 776600 / Text 82111 / website talktofrank.com.
Bullying advice: bullying.co.uk.
Reporting crime anonymously in the UK. Website: crimestoppers-uk.org / Tel: 0800 555 111.
Scotland’s information website, giving info on a range of matters such as Health (inc. hand washing, flu, alcohol etc), Safety (fire, police services, domestic abuse, violence etc) and much more. infoscotland.com.
There are many sources of financial help available to eligible students to help towards tuition fees and the costs of studying.
Please visit our Student Finance page for more information.
Policy & Procedural Documents
Documents & Policies