The college has a decent-size library providing access to a good range of books and newspapers.
Students have access to a good number of workstations linked to the internet. The workstations can be used for a number of local applications and discipline related activities. Access to computers can be gained during college opening timings.
For students coming from abroad or from other parts of the UK we can help them in finding accommodation locally. The college does not directly manage any accommodation facility though.
Student welfare Officer can be generally accessed at the admin office of the college. Contact can be either formal (by appointment) or informal.
On arrival to the college it is duty of each student to register to the nearest available GP and assistance is provided from the welfare officer.
Student with disability needs
The Student Welfare Officer can provide help and advice to students tailored to their individual needs.
Student Welfare Officer is available for Q College students who require assistance regarding their course work or on suitability of a course which will be helpful in their career selection. College advisory staff is also trained to help students on issues like location of accommodation and price, difficulties in payments of fees and finding a local doctor to register with.