Academic Misconduct Procedure
Applicants Declaring a Criminal Conviction Procedure
Careers Education Information Advice & Guidance CEIAG Policy
Code of Conduct
Complaints & Compliments Procedure
Data Protection Policy
Data Storage Guidance
Dignity at Work Policy
Document Retention Policy
Equality & Diversity
Fitness to Study Policy
Freedom of Information
Health Safety & Welfare Policy
IT & Data Security Policy
Malpractice Maladministration Policy
Online Shop Policy
QAA Academic Integrity Charter HE
Safeguarding & Prevent
Student Disciplinary Policy & Procedures
Subcontracting Partner fees & charges information
Terms & Conditions of Purchase of Goods & Services
Tuition Fees & Charges Policy
Visible ID policy
For our Higher Education polices and procedures take a look at the page on on University Centre area of the website.
View the York College Privacy page.
Terms and Conditions of Purchase of Goods and Services
From 1 January 2005 you can ask for access to information held by public authorities, which includes York College.
York College Higher Education Student Terms and Conditions
View our HE students terms and conditions.
Requests for information must be made in writing, which includes e-mails and faxes. The request must state the name and address of the person applying for the information and the required information.
The College will have 20 working days in which to respond to a request.
General Right of Access
Anyone has a right to ask public authorities for any information they hold. Some of the records requested may contain exempt information which does not have to be provided when responding to a request. If any information falls into this category you will be told about it, when you request the information.
A publication scheme is a guide to the types of information that the authority routinely publishes, the format in which the information is available in and how much it will cost if there are any charges. The information is presented in the form of classes (categories) of information. The College's publication scheme is available through the link at the top of this page.
Web Content Disclaimer
York College goes to great lengths to ensure that, to the best of its knowledge, the information provided on this website and its social media channels (the “Website”) is correct at the time of publication and/or subsequent modification.
This information is solely for general purposes. It has been prepared in order to provide certain information about York College and organisations with which it has collaborated.
York College pursues a policy of continuous development of its courses, programmes and services. Any changes are normally subject to approval by regulatory bodies. Therefore, from time to time, York College may need to make some changes to the information on the Website to reflect changes to its products and services, an area of practice, or where required by law or by an accrediting, commissioning or regulating body. York College reserves the right to do so in accordance with its Terms and Conditions. Such changes may include removing or altering any content on the Website as well as the withdrawal or variation, of any of the courses or programmes and/or the alteration of tuition fees, locations, entry requirements and/or the facilities and/or services available from or provided by or on behalf of York College, in all cases for any reason and without notice. Any changes shall take effect from the date of publication on the Website.
All students, prospective students and other Website users or visitors are responsible for verifying the accuracy of any information on the Website before entering into any financial or other commitment based on them. Please also note that the choice of course or programme subjects may be limited by considerations of timetable, staffing and/or available places on a course.
York College accepts no liability for damage resulting from virus infection and cannot guarantee that use of the Website will be free from virus. Neither can York College guarantee the availability of the Website. Although York College aims to make the Website available without interruption, it reserves the right to suspend or withdraw service of or access to it without notice, either in whole or in part for scheduled maintenance or any other reason.
The Website contains links to external third-party websites to help you find information that may be relevant to you quickly and easily. Neither York College nor any of its Associated Organisations endorse or guarantee in any way the external organisations, services, advice, or products included in these external website links nor does York College control or guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of the information contained in them. These links are provided solely as a service for visitors’ information and convenience and York College does not control, approve, or endorse these sites or the information contained therein. External links to non-York College resources are in no way intended to represent an exhaustive listing.
If you access (or provide information to) any of the external websites linked to on the Website, you do so entirely at your own risk and York College accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage that you may suffer as a result.
Nothing in the Website is intended to be a substitute for formal legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.