We are committed to supporting our adult students in achieving their full potential. We have a number of teams on hand who can offer support and guidance to those who may need additional help during their time at College.
Supportive, experienced tutors
Our College tutors have a wealth of industry experience and can also offer plenty of support to you during your course.
We have two student libraries, one available at each of our campuses. You can make use of the ample stock of textbooks and literature, browse the internet, access specialist databases, and make use of the study areas, IT facilities, quiet study rooms, photocopiers, printers and scanners.
On campus, you have access to a food court, vending areas and restaurant serving a selection of hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks.
Moodle (Virtual Learning Environment – VLE)
Moodle is an online resource where you can access learning materials relevant to your course. Your tutor will give you more information about the VLE when you start your course.
Get advice on your application, assistance with completing paperwork and general course advice, plus information from our specialist Finance and Welfare Advisor on what support you may be entitled to, advice on benefits, childcare costs and more.
Careers Information, Advice and Guidance
All students at St Helens College are entitled to free careers information, advice and guidance. Take a look at the type of support on offer over on our Careers, Advice and Guidance page.
Additional Learning Support
St Helens College are committed to ensuring that all students are treated fairly in order to make the most out of their course. We have specialist staff trained to help with dyslexia, deafness, visual impairment and medical or physical disabilities.