Showcasing Your Future
Wednesday 2 November 2016, 3pm - 7pm
If you are looking at your options for after college, and would like to find out more about apprenticeships and working in the public sector, then this event may be for you. Find out more here.
Our Uniformed Public Services students are taking part in a 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. They aim to cycle a minimum of 1000 miles and raise £3000. Find out more, including how to donate here.
Interested in Art?
On Saturday 22 October there are a number of art exhibitions, workshops and events across Southampton, which includes ‘Lighten Up II’, where Southampton Guildhall will be transformed into a giant canvas illuminated by extraordinary live art projections. Find out more here.
October is Black History Month, which aims to promote knowledge of black history, culture and heritage, as well as celebrate the achievements of the black community nationwide. Find out more about Black History Month in the Library, where there is a wide range of books, DVDs and more, or visit the website.
If you were here last year and need to use the Library, please be aware, it is now located between rooms G73 and G76.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you don't want a specific role, but are interested in helping out, then becoming a Student Ambassador may be more for you.
Thinking of going to University?
Discover subjects, courses and uni's that could be right for you here!
Travel & Tourism Students visit Marwell Wildlife
BTEC Level 3 Travel and Tourism students embarked on their first trip of the year to Marwell Wildlife, one of the south’s most popular purpose built visitor attractions. The group were tasked with investigating how the range of products and services at Marwell, meet the needs of its many different customers.
Interpretation techniques were also observed, to help students gain a better understanding of how Marwell makes itself an appealing and enjoyable attraction that visitors keep coming back to. Meerkats, giraffes, zebras and tigers were just some of the wildlife students had the pleasure of witnessing during their visit.
Signed up for your NUS Extra Card yet?
If you would like to get some great student discounts you can sign up for your NUS Extra Card 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.