Your Feedback

There are multiple ways for you to feedback to staff members about your experience around the college. We want you to know that they are always being monitored and we make actions regularly.

Here are the ways that you can have your say:

  • Student Voice - Speak to your Student Representatives and provide them with written feedback. 

  • Staff Student liaison Groups (SSLG) - Contact your subject leader for information on when the next meeting will be.

  • Student Union Suggestion Form - You can find this here.

  • Graduate Outcomes Survey - Replacing the DLHE (Destination of Leavers in Higher Education) this will be a survey sent out to you 15 months after graduating.

  • National Student Survey (NSS) - provided during your final year of study. This is your opportunity to have an impact and to reflect on your overall satisfaction of the college services, and your program.

  • Student Union Suggestions Box - This is an anonymous box with paper slips located in the Students' Union.

  • Module Evaluation - After each module a questionnaire is produced giving you the opportunity to evaluate it. You may comment anonymously on various aspects of your modules, e.g. content, structure, presentation, workload, and provision of resources.

  • Induction Survey - During your first year you will be invited to complete a short survey about your induction process, from interview and enrolment to IT training and Student Union information.

  • Student Representatives - In addition to at Student Voice and SSLG meetings, Student Representatives can also independently raise a concern or question to the relevant staff member.


Your voice matters, speak up and help to craft your experience.

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