We offer different kinds of support depending on your needs. Feel free to use us as often as you need. Our staff are here to support you throughout your time at Ayrshire College. We encourage you to come and chat to us at any time. We can also put you in touch with other college services such as Funding, Inclusive Learning, Counselling and more.
Our Student Services Advisors are here to help you to make the right choices and support you while you are studying at college. We can provide advice and guidance:
*while you are thinking about your options
*throughout your course
*before you leave us to go on to higher education or employment
You can book an appointment to see the Advisor for your Curriculum Area either in person, over the phone or by e-mail. If you have a quick question you can drop-in and see our Duty Advisor at the Student Services desk.
If you are applying for university, our staff will support you through your UCAS application; or if you are considering employment, we will help you with your CV and interview preparation.
For more information, advice, guidance read our leaflet here.
PC Kimberley Bradford is based within our student services team and will be available across all 3 campuses.
Read more about Kimberley here.
Kimberley hosts a number of workshops across the college:
Alcohol and Drugs Awareness Student workshop
Police Scotland Intervention and Prevention Workshops and Inputs
Paul Hough is our Mental Health and Wellbeing advisor.
You can read more about him here.
Paul is available via Student Services to provide mental health support across the multi-site college area, and improve the knowledge of mental health issues in staff and students.
Cara Durnie is the Alcohol and Drug Officer for Ayrshire College.
Read Cara's blog here on #mentalhealthmatters month.
If you would like to speak to any of our officers then please contact Student Services
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