Learning support

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At City of Glasgow College staff work in partnership to ensure students with a disability or additional support need are offered the tools, and support required, to develop the skills needed to become an independent learner.

Who can access Learning Support?

The Learning Support team provide support to students with a disability or health condition, an additional support need (ASN) such as dyslexia, autism or mental health issues, and care experienced students.

How can I access Learning Support?

It is important to tell us about your support needs as soon as possible to give us time to put your support in place. You can tell us about your support needs via your application or enrolment form, by contacting us via email or telephone or by popping in to see us on both campuses.

Once we have your details, we will invite you to an assessment meeting to agree on what support you need.

What support is available?

The Learning Support Team have a range of services available. Find out more about support interventions.


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