Everything you need to know about Enrolment
We can’t wait to welcome all our new students at enrolment this summer.
But what is enrolment, and why do we do it? Here is everything you need to know about enrolling at Exeter College…
If you’re an applying student and are unsure on your options, following GCSE results day, check out the frequently asked questions.
What is enrolment?
At Exeter College, we use enrolment as a way to support your start to college life. Here, we make sure that you’re on the right track for your future, and we finalise your course choices. We’ll then sign you up as a student and issue you with your Exeter College ID card.
During enrolment, we will check your GCSE results, making sure you’ve achieved the grades you need for your chosen course. If you didn’t get the results you were hoping for, or if you’ve changed your mind about the subject(s) you would like to study with us, we will support you and your choices. We will help you to find a course which suits you and your ambitions.
You will also find out where to go on your first day and what to expect at the start of the term. We will answer any questions that you may have before you begin studying with us.
It is really important you attend your enrolment appointment in order to secure your place at College. If you cannot make your enrolment appointment, let us know as soon as you receive your enrolment pack. Please call us on 01392 400444 or email email@example.com.
How do I know if I’m supposed to enrol?
If you’re a school leaver and you have a conditional offer to study with us in September 2022, then you should have received your enrolment letter in the post.
If you haven’t received your enrolment pack by 12th August please get in touch with us today.
Where and when is enrolment?
Do I need to bring anything with me?
I didn’t get the grades I need, should I still attend enrolment?
Can I change courses during enrolment?
Can I bring someone with me?
Can I find out about other services here?
You will also be able to speak to our Wellbeing Team, Safeguarding Team, College nurse and Learning Support at enrolment should you need to.