Thinking about going to university?
Student Finance Guidance and University Fair
Tuesday 6 October, 5.00pm - 7.30pm,
Totton College Refectory
This event will give you the opportunity to ask questions about going to university and pick up information about local universities. We will explain about university fees, the borrowing and grand system, together with how you can apply for these.
Got a course in mind but don't know where is best to do it? Check out unistats.direct.gov.uk, the official undergraduate course comparison site, which includes information on student satisfaction, employment outcomes, how the course is taught and more.
One of the best ways that you can improve your CV, or university application is to have completed some work experience in the career area that you are interested in.
Drop in to see Rachel Harrison in our Information Centre if you would like help in finding a work experience placement.
For more information visit our website: www.totton.ac.uk/yourfuture
Student Union is Recruiting Now!
Do you want to improve the student experience at Totton College?
We are looking for students to take up the following roles:
President, Vice President, Finance Officer, Entertainment Officer, Administrator, Welfare Officer, Media Officer and Student Ambassadors.
For more information contact Steve Maidment or visit Student Services in reception.
Black History Month is held every October in Britain and aims to promote knowledge of black history, culture and heritage; and publicise positive black contributions to British society.
Our Learning Resource Centre (LRC) provides a wide-range of resources to support your study needs. As well as a great selection of academic books, there are also online resources, journals and databases, guides, bibliographies and DVDs to hire.
Within the LRC there are areas for quiet study, group workrooms, internet access, printing, scanning and photocopying facilities, 40 bookable PCs, together with a stationary shop, which is great value for money.
Interested in Sport?
If you are interested in sport or just want to try something new, why not try one of the sports activities we offer, including, football, netball, rugby, fitness and more. For more details, check out the screens or notice boards around college, or call in to the Sports Hub and speak to Nikki Megarity.
Want to start using the gym in the Sports Hub? If so, you must first complete an induction, which is £20, then it's free to use for the rest of your time at college. Are you a returning student who had an induction last year? You will need to pay £10 for the use of the Sports Hub gym this year. More details are available in the Sports Hub.