Our students are independent individuals who come from all walks of life.
At Regent College we celebrate a diverse community and promote an understanding and respect for each other whatever our status, gender, race, disabilities, learning difficulties, religion, class or sexual orientation.
Many of our students commute considerable distances to get here because a good level of Higher Education is about more than specialist teachers and first class facilities. It is also about being part of a larger community, or ‘family’ as we like to refer to it, where our students take pride in being an important member of this circle. Our students welcome the enriched environment that surrounds them, by interacting with their tutors and fellow peers, as well as making the most of the support that is always available from college staff.
At Regent College Higher Education, we provide all of our students with the independence to take ownership of their studies, to help encourage them to grasp the importance of developing as an adult learner.
But don’t just take our word for it. Check out the rest of our website to find out more and get a sense of what we are all about.
Your course handbook contains detailed information about how your course is taught and managed, and how you will be assessed. It also provides important information on the support and services available to you, and offers guidance relating to the Regent College’s academic regulations.
The programme specification, which is included in the handbook, highlights the knowledge, skills and attributes you can expect to have gained as you complete each academic level of the course.
Course handbooks are available here or can be viewed by visiting our HELP
Detailed information on unit registration is available on HELP where you will also find:
opening and closing dates of online module registration, guidance on using the online module registration system, information on module registration procedures for module retrievers, part-time students and post-graduates
Student ID card
Every student receives a College ID card when they first enrol. The card will remain valid until you complete you studies and you need to make sure you carry it with you at all times around the College. Do not let anyone else use your card.
You will need your ID card to:
- access college buildings
- borrow library books
- use the College’s printing and photocopying facilities
vote in elections for the College’s Students’ Representative Committee
Lost or stolen ID cards
If you lose your ID card, there is a £10 fee for a replacement card. Get in touch with the Admin Office to find out what the procedure is for obtaining a new card.
If your ID card has been stolen, and you can provide a crime reference number issued by the police, a new card will be issued free of charge.
To access your academic year timetable for your course, please log in to your HELP account.
Make sure you check your timetable on a regular basis, as times and classrooms do occasionally change.
Higher Education e-Learning Platform (HELP)
HELP is our Virtual Learning Environment and a key resource during your time here – every course and unit is updated on HELP, and your tutors will explain, at the start of your course, how they intend to use HELP.
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