Each campus has a central hub where you can access student support services and enrichment to help you succeed and overcome any challenges you may face. Both of our campuses also have an LRC (Learning Resource Centre) which enable all of our students to have a dedicated space where they can work independently and have access to all the resources relevant to their chosen course.
The Hub is available to all students to access the help and support they may need from our friendly team.
Access a variety of support from the team:
“I just want to say how grateful I am for all your help and encouragement you have given me.”
Your physical and mental wellbeing are very important and can affect your learning. Should you ever need to talk to someone confidentially about personal or emotional concerns, our Welfare and Support Team, based in The Hub, are here to help.
The team can offer support and advice on a number of areas, some of these areas are:
CRC is working with the Association of Colleges to pledge our commitment to the mental wellbeing of staff and students by signing up to the AOC Mental Health and Wellbeing Charter, created by the Association of Colleges, in conjunction with FE colleges and mental health experts.
Young Adult Carers
We provide support to the young adult carers who attend CRC. A young adult care look’s after someone (normally in their family) due to an illness, a disability, mental ill-health or an addiction
We understand looking after a loved one whilst trying to be a student can be difficult at times. Therefore, The Hub are able to work with these students to complete a support plan to enable to complete their studies whilst also managing their caring responsibilities.
Our Young Adult Carers Lead is available to talk about your needs, they are based in the Hub and be contacted at email@example.com
We are proud to have achieved the Quality Standard in Carer Support.
“CRC has embedded understanding and awareness of YACs across college, from SLT and Governors to wider college teams as well as students through training and resources.”
Welcoming and Respectful are just two of our #WeAreCRC values which we embed throughout every study programme at CRC.
We carry out strong equality and diversity practices across both our campuses, allowing for our students, staff and the local community to feel welcomed and respected by Cambridge Regional College.
If you are a Looked After Child or Care Leaver, we offer extra support to help you get your most out of your time at Cambridge Regional College.
We will ensure that learners feel safe and supported as they study at Cambridge Regional College. As well as keeping staff and visitors safe whilst working or visiting the College.
The college chaplaincy is here for all students and staff, of all faiths or none, and is led by the college’s Chaplaincy Co-ordinator Paula Spalding.