When do I enrol on my course?
We will contact you via email towards the end of July with details of how and when you will enrol. Our main enrolment period will run from Tuesday 17th August.
What if I don’t get the GCSE grades I need or I’ve changed my mind about my course?
We will strive to find the right course for you, even if it’s not the path you originally had in mind. You will be able to speak to someone regarding your course and grades if you would like, to help you decide the best option for you.
Can I still apply to York College?
Yes you can – it is not too late. Please apply here on our website.
How do I find out if I have a place at College?
A member of the curriculum team will review your application and make a decision on offering you a place. The Admissions team will then contact you via email to confirm an offer and to provide details of how to enrol.
Is there anything I can do to be prepared for starting my course?
We’ll have information on our transition activities, designed to help you keep your mind active and help you prepare for the start of term, soon. Keep checking the website and your emails for further updates.
What should I bring on my first day at College?
A pen and paper to make notes, and money for transport/food if you need it.
You will have been given instructions at enrolment if there is something specific that you need to bring for your course.
How do I get to College?
Please note that changes to this information may be made in light of guidance from the government and other organisations as the College plans for the start of term in September.
Is there WiFi at College that I can use?
The College provides free WiFi, as well as a free power supply safety test service for your devices. Details about when and where you can do this will be available when you start College. All the information about our IT facilities including how to find your timetable, logging in to your College email account and more will be provided during enrolment.
What’s it like to study at York College? Will I settle in?
It’s normal to feel nervous when starting somewhere new, but just remember that it’s new for everyone. Through class time and tutorials you’ll meet new people with similar interests to you and soon settle in.
If I do have problems, where do I go?
If you have any questions or problems with your course or any issues at College, you can talk to your Progress Coach – they are a bit like your form tutor at school. You will be told who they are, and meet them, when you start College. You can talk to any of your subject tutors too.
We have a strong team of advisers in College who can provide confidential information, advice and guidance on a range of issues including travel, careers, welfare, benefits, financial assistance, emotional and practical support, health and much more. Whatever you need help with, just ask.
If I get extra help or support at school, will I still get support at College?
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