Are you apprehensive out about going to college? Are you worried about the transition from school to college or maybe you have not studied in a long time and you are worried about how you will cope with studying.
Yes, college can be demanding. But we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Perhaps the scary part is that you don't know what to expect academically. At Stow you will have the advantage of learning in small class groups. Our academic staff are friendly and we pride ourselves in putting your needs first. You will have a dedicated guidance teacher who will listen to any concerns you might have and your views about college life will be put forward by a student representative.
We have experience of supporting a diverse range of learners and work closely with international students, students with disabilities and additional learning needs. We offer free and friendly advice and support at our Hub on the 3rd Floor.
We are always keen to meet new students. If you would like to come in and see us, the Student Services visitor office is located on the ground floor of the College.
We also want you to keep yourself safe and sound while you find your way around the college and Glasgow in general. Strathclyde Police have initiated a Student Safety Campaign and have set up a site with safety tips and pointers. For more information visit the Student Safety page.
Read the Learner Report on HMI Review of Stow College September 2010 (see below)
For disability information on Stow College visit Disabled Go website.
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