Student Services


We strive to create the ideal study environment for each and every student.

Our friendly, approachable local centre staff are here to support you and will be able to advise on most of your day to day questions. If you need more specialist help they will be able to direct or refer you to the most appropriate service. Your course lecturer will be your first point of contact if you have problems or questions about any aspect of your course.

You can also contact our Student Support team by email at, who cover a wide range of things important to your student life - including funding advice, additional support for learning, alternative assessment arrangements, mental health support and other issues that may affect your learning experience.

Head of Student Services, Liz Richardson, is also there if you want to speak to someone privately or you have any problems you’d like advice or information on.

At the start of your course you will be invited to attend induction, where you will get the important information needed to get the most from your time with us.

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Additional support

Additional support

If you have a disability or learning difficulty that could affect your studies, our experienced Student Support team will work with you to find ways to reduce any barriers.  

This can include helping you to use an alternative technology, individual study support, alternative assessment arrangements and working with you to provide a more accessible environment for your needs.

Please notify the local centre staff or declare any disabilities on your application form - then we can contact you to discuss what would be the most suitable support for you. We can help with pre-entry guidance and support so be sure to speak to about any concerns you have at an early stage.

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Equality and Diversity

Equality and Diversity

Argyll College UHI welcomes the positive ethos and culture created by the involvement of different social, ethnic, racial, cultural and other groups within college life, and we value diversity amongst our students and staff.

We promote opportunity for all, without discrimination on grounds of age, disability, ethnic origin or race, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, religion and belief and socio-economic background. We aim to improve access to employment and training for everyone.

Request to study from home

Request to study from home

We strongly encourage all students to attend local learning centres during their scheduled class times. You may be joining a virtual class with students in other locations, but our experience shows that the support you will receive in centres, both technical, academic, and personal, is a significant factor in achieving success.

However, if you feel your circumstances dictate that studying remotely, or from home, would be a better option for you, please complete this form.

A member of curriculum management will respond to your request within 5 working days using your college email address. Please await the outcome before making any arrangements.

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