ecoming a student can be exciting and stressful. At Newbold, we support our students as they adjust to academic life and to living away from home. BEGINNING in Induction Week we
help students to form bonds with one another. Our student support staff, such as our Residential Assistants, help them settle in to life in the residences. We offer academic skill development and other workshops and support to help students adjust to academic life, and assist students as they learn to manage their time eďŹ€ectively, to handle academic workloads, to prepare for assessment, and to take responsibility for their lives on campus. OUR TEACHING STAFF , student
support staff, admissions staff, and College Chaplain offer guidance and support to help with these adjustments.
WE HAVE dedicated staff to support
students who are studying with the additional challenge of a disability, and our Chaplain and counselling service are on hand to support students spiritually and emotionally. Students are regularly encouraged to approach us whenever they need support, with anything from academics to local culture and residential life, or from illness to career support. WE ALSO encourage students to register with the local doctor's surgery, and many of our residential staff are trained in first aid. Our residence halls have a number of guest rooms available and you are welcome to visit by booking a room through the Collegeâ€™s Reception. IF YOU would like to know more about the support we provide to our students, or wish to speak to one of our student support staff, please contact us any time at:
The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21