Academic Support

Specialist support is available for people with diagnosed additional needs, through to less formal support to help students on every level of course. We can assist with everything from understanding assignment briefs to working out percentages!

We can also support with equipment such as visual stress equipment (i.e. overlays), dictaphones and speech to text software.

To discuss individual needs, please contact our Learning Support Coordinator:

Anna Campion
01522 304596

College (Further Education)

The college offers a range of support, which is tailored to the requirements of individual students. This can include in-class support, assignment support, study skills and access to Directed Study Workshops. Students may also be able to loan a range of specialist equipment for the duration of their programme of study.

The team consists of Learning Mentors, Supported Learning Assistants and an Exam Access Assessor, to ensure students get the support that they need. 

Degree (Higher Education)

The college is committed to providing support to students who require additional support to aid them in their studies. The Study Skills team can provide this through drop in sessions or pre-booked 1:1 sessions.

Distance learners can access the service through email, telephone or webinars and video calls. (Download the leaflet below to find out more.)

Students who require more formal support may be eligible for Disabled Students Allowance (DSA).

For DSA Needs Assessors who require information on the services that staff at Riseholme College Showground campus can provide, click here

Our NMH provider certificate can be found here

Student Welfare

Students are the life and soul of Riseholme. Their happiness, health and wellbeing are the most important things for everyone at the college.

We don’t just want our students to achieve academically and professionally – we want them to be happy and healthy in both body and mind.

Everyone at Riseholme takes pride in students leaving not just with the qualifications that they studied and worked hard for, but as confident and capable individuals. 

As part of this, we help students develop their social and personal skills through a range of workshops and other measures, including:

For further information, please contact our Student Services team, by emailing or calling 01522 304603.

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