to you in the Library, which is open throughout the day and available to students in the evenings and on Sundays (times may change and will be communicated to students in advance). Personal study spaces can also be reserved, although priority is given to postgraduate students. Collaborative group study spaces are also available. The Library hosts the Ellen G. White Research Centre, the first of its kind established outside the United States. The Centre provides the facilities and resources for research into the life and writings of Ellen G. White and the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The Centre holds, for example, a complete collection of Ellen G. Whiteâ€™s published and unpublished letters and manuscripts, consisting of approximately 50,000 pages. A card index enables researchers to find material easily, although all material is now available online. Our teaching staff are dedicated to your academic success and committed to being available to support you on your journey. Our small class sizes mean that you can take advantage of flexible meeting times with staff and more one-on-one support when it comes to assessment.
We encourage you to speak to our student support team if we can help support a disability, mental health issue or long-term medical condition. We offer a range of disability-related services, as well as advice and guidance for those with special needs. Please contact our Student Experience Coordinator for advice, at
At Newbold I received the support I needed to grow personally. I needed someone to believe in me and I found that at Newbold. The support I've been shown has given me the conďŹ dence to step outside of my comfort zone and become more than I ever knew I could be. Pedrag BUSINESS
The official College Prospectus for the academic year 2020/21