Well done to our Uniformed Public Services students for completing their 24 hour cycling event to help raise money and awareness for two charities, the Royal British Legion and the Hamsphire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance. If you haven't already donated and would like to do so, details are available here.
Please could you take a few moments to complete this short survey about the current physical activities that you do, as well as the activities you would like to do in the future.
Interested in reading?
Extreme Reading Photo Competition, closing date: 1 March 2017
To celebrate National Libraries Day and World Book Day, we are holding an Extreme Reading Photo Competition. Get a photo of yourself reading in an extreme or unusual place and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure you do not take any unnecessary risks whilst trying to get your photo.
If you are looking at your options for after college, then check out the latest Careers Bulletin here. There is information on university open events, student finance, job opportunities and more. If you are considering a gap year before furthering your studies or seeking employment, helpful guidance is also included.
Art and Design students tour London galleries
The Art and Design students have recently returned from a successful two-day residential trip to London, visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Britain and the Paul Nash exhibition. The exhibits included paintings, photography, sculptures and artefacts from around the world. The group, which comprised of level 2 and 3 OCR Cambridge Technical and BTEC Foundation Diploma Art and Design students, also photographed iconic landmarks of London such as the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye.
Want to have a say about how things are run?
Got a spare few hours each week?
Totton College Student Union is recruiting now. If you like working in a team and want to get involved in organising events, as well as being a voice for all students, then find out more about how you can get involved at Reception, or e-mail email@example.com.
If you don't want a specific role, but are interested in helping out, then becoming a Student Ambassador may be more for you.
Need any stationery?
The Learning Resource Centre, located between rooms G73 and G76, has a reasonably priced stationery shop, selling items including compasses for 50p, protractors for 20p. pencils for 15p, revision cards of various sizes and more.
Sports activity competition every Thursday and Friday
If you are interested in sport and want to unleash your competitive spirit, then this is the competition for you. There is a different activity each week, with a termly leader board and prize. Find out more here.
Fancy getting your hair done?
How about a facial or other beauty treatments?
Our very own Opus Salon offers quality hair and beauty treatments at a great price. Find out more here.