Student Services

Student Services

Student Services are here to support your study and offer you free, confidential and impartial information, advice and guidance on:

  • Further Education and Higher Education courses
  • Full time and part time courses
  • Financial information and guidance.

We are located on the ground floor of the Phoenix building. 

Opening hours

During college term time Student Services are open to help with any of your enquiries:
Monday-Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm
Friday 8.30am - 4.30pm

Contact us via our online Contact Us form or call 01793 491591 during the hours above. 

Information requested by the advisor supports your application for a place at Swindon College and will only be shared with the relevant college staff to enable us to support your learning. The details on your application form are held in a secure location and all students have a right to view their college records. Swindon College complies with all current legislation including the Data Protection Act.

Swindon College has a detailed Equality and Diversity Policy, which is implemented to guide all staff and members of the college community. Should you require information in other languages, Braille or larger print, please contact Student Services who will arrange for the requested service to be provided.

We expect users of our college to respect our staff and the college environment. If you have any suggestions/comments on our services, please use the suggestion boxes which are situated on the ground floor of each main building. Alternatively, please speak to our Student Services Team.

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Laura Berry

Level 3 | Sport

I would definitely recommend the college to other people because there is more freedom, you still have to do assignments by a deadline but you can work towards them at your own pace. The on-site gym is well equipped and facilities are good.
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Debbie Hooper

Level 3 | Early Years Apprenticeship

‘From standing still, I have climbed a mountain and it has been a challenge but worth the climb!’