Student Support


All students who attend Tech City College are eligible for a regular bursary payment.

If your course requires study items, these are normally bought on your behalf from the stationery bursary funds and then issued by your department.

Payments will be made directly into your bank account, termly in arrears. Students must achieve 100% attendance in each week however consideration may be given to exceptional circumstances.

Carers/parents can submit evidence of additional finance grants or credits they receive to help support their child’s eligibility requirements. These include evidence of: Income Support, Income-based Jobseekers Allowance, Income-related employment and Support Allowance, Support under V1 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1990, The guarantee element of Statement Pension Credit, Child Tax Credit gross income (maximum income limit), Working Tax Credit.

If you have any additional support needs whilst at college you may be entitled to support towards this from bursary funds.  Please advise the Admissions Officer of your requirements prior to commencing your course.

All students are expected to have set up their own bank account prior to the start of the academic year to ensure payments are made promptly. (Please bring your bank statement with you to enrolment.)

Resources / Books

Tech City College provides a safe, happy and spacious working environment where students are welcome to come and do homework, read and carry out research through the various resources including IT facilities socialise and relax at break and lunchtime and play games (such as Chess, Scrabble and Bridge).
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Learning Resources Centre (LRC) Opening Times:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8.15am – 6.00pm
Tuesday from 8.15am – 10.00am and from 2.30pm – 6.00pm

Through the Library Management system up to 3 books per week can be loaned from the LRC.

Tech City College welcomes suggestions for learning resources and students are encouraged to make requests for resources through the Senior Administrator, specifically for books they would like to see on the shelves.

Finding and Using Resources:
New students receive a brief LRC introduction to the LRC to support them with locating the key resources available for their studies. Additional guidance on the use of resources is available on request.

Access to the LRC:
The LRC has its main entrance on the ground floor of the main building, and students are encouraged to speak with the Senior Administrator should they require support.

Students are welcome to use the LRC and sensible behaviour is expected at all times.