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  • Welcome

    A very warm welcome to Crawley College Admissions.

    Thank you for choosing Crawley College. The Admissions Team is here to help you throughout your application and until you start college. We are situated in the Student Services and are available during term-time and holidays to answer any questions you may have about coming  to college. Below you will find information about the services available at the college and about your particular course. If you don't find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us. 

    Opening Times

    Monday-Friday 8.30am-5.00pm all year (except between Dec. 24th & re-open 4th January 2019)

    E-mail          admissions@crawley.ac.uk

    Telephone   01293 442200  (Press option 2 for Admissions)     

     

                                                          

  • Starting in September

    Welcome to the 'Starting in September' section of the Chionline Admissions page.

    Here you will find information about coming to college and preparing to study your course. This includes details of uniforms, equipment, books – and possibly some assignments to complete over the summer.

    You will also be able to access details about the support and other services we offer such as financial or exam support.

    • Coming to College

      A guide for Full Time students          

      Download our 'Getting Started' booklet below for some useful information regarding College life.

      Preparation for your enrolment

      In preparation for your enrolment, you may want to print one of our useful forms. If you are being sponsored by your employer they will need to complete the Employer Sponsorship form. If you are claiming a reduction in fees using either Level 2 or Level 3 Entitlement or Confirmation of Benefits, these too can be printed from here.

      Financial assistance

      The Student Finance Team is located in Student Services, behind the Student Reception on the Crawley campus.  We will help you ensure that money isn't a barrier to you coming to college.  There are several funds, government schemes and bursaries that can help you.  Find out here what financial assistance you are entitled to and how to apply here. 

      Learning Support Grant 2018/2019

      We may be able to help you with the cost of fees, equipment, childcare, travel and meals for 16-18 year olds.  You do not have to be on benefits to get financial help.  We have made applying as simple as possible, but it will involve filling in forms, providing evidence and telling us about your financial situation.  We will then make an assessment based on your personal circumstances.  All applications are made online following the link below:

      https://lsg.chichester.ac.uk

      Whilst applications are available no allocations will be communicated to students until 1st August 2018.  No payments will be made until the student has completed enrolment.

      If there are exceptional circumstances why you cannot access the online form, you can download  a copy at the bottom of the page.

      Childcare Support 2018/2018

      If you are 19 or under and you have children you can apply for help with childcare costs from the Care to Learn scheme.  You can complete an online application via the Care to Learn website using this link https://www.gov.uk/care-to-learn

      If you are aged 20 and over you may be eligible to apply to the College Learning Support Grant for help towards your Childcare costs.  You must use an Ofsted accredited Childcare provider.  Please contact the Student Finance Team for more information.

      To apply please use this link for our online Learning Support Grant application:

      https://lsg.chichester.ac.uk

      Other Information

      Once you have enrolled you can apply for a Student Parking Permit by coming into Student Services and requesting parking application form.

      College Trips

      Some students will undertake trips to external events as part of their course. Before you go on these trips you or your parent/guardian (if you're under 18) will need to complete a Consent/Disclosure form. Click the link for an Under 18 Consent Form or a Medical Disclosure Form if you're over 18. 

    • Student Finance England

      If you are studying a Higher Education course (HNC, HND, Foundation Degree or Honours Degree) with us, you may be able to borrow money to help pay for your tuition fees and to help with living costs.

      You might get extra money on top of this, for example if you’re on a low income, are disabled or have children.

    • Advanced Learning Loans

      From August 2016 the funding arrangements for learners aged 19 and over and studying Level 3 to Level 6 courses have changed. Government funding has been removed and a new loan scheme to help learners fund courses set up.

      This means that rather than having to pay for their course up front, learners have the option of accessing a loan from The Student Loans Company that they will only need to start repaying after they have left the course and are earning over £25,000 per year. Your application must supported by a ‘Learning and funding information’ letter from the college (these will be available shortly). To apply on line click here.

      Advanced Learning Loans - Click below for useful forms.

    • Student Services

       There are a number of Student Services available at Crawley College such as:-

      • Student Funds (Financial Support, Travel Schemes etc.)
      • Student Tutoring (1:1 Tutorials, Academic and Personal Support)
      • Student Welfare (Counselling, Chaplaincy etc.)
      • Additional Support for students learning support needs
      • Crawley College Students Union
      • Work Readiness and Careers

                                             

                                  

                       

      • Term Dates 2018/19

        Autumn Term 2018

        Students start Monday 3rd September
        Student Induction Week Monday 3rd - Friday 7th September
        College Training Day (no classes) Tuesday 2nd October
        Half Term Monday 22nd - Friday 26th October
        College Training Day (no classes) Thursday 15th November
        Students finish Friday 14th December
        College closed Saturday 22nd December 2018 - Wednesday 2nd January 2019 inclusive.

         

        Spring Term 2019

        College Training Day (no classes) Thursday 3rd January
        Students start Friday 4th January
        Half Term Monday 18th - Friday 22nd February
        College Training Day (no classes) Wednesday 6th March
        Students finish Friday 5th April

         

        Summer Term 2019

        Students start Tuesday 23rd April
        May Bank Holiday (no classes) Monday 6th May
        Late May Bank Holiday (no classes) Monday 27th May
        Half Term Tuesday 28th May - Friday 31st May
        Students finish Friday 21st June