Apply today for a full time, T Level or Apprenticeship course staring next September!
Lancaster & Morecambe College (LMC) is committed to fostering equality of opportunity by offering a high-quality service to all our students, regardless of personal circumstances.
Specialist staff in each subject department have planned sessions, work experience, opportunities for stretch and challenge as well as developed a programme of activities with external visitors/visits to enhance the learning experience at LMC.
We advise learners to get the most out of their College experience by taking advantage of the additional support available to them;
The Hexagon Student and Learning Centre (The Hex) is the College’s central hub where our Student & Learning Services are located. You can give us a call on 0800 306 306 to arrange an appointment or discuss your queries over the phone. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We provide a wide range of resources to assist students with their assignments. Knowledgeable staff, books, e-resources, computers, laptops and much more will all help to guide students to get the best results. Staff will provide, amongst other things, study skill sessions and workshops on how to get the most out of MOODLE.
Students should go the The Hex for all support, including;
We want our applicants to feel comfortable and confident when starting College, if you want to take advantage of our Transition options please contact Additional Learning Support (ALS) on 01524 521245 or email LearningSupport@lmc.ac.uk
Moving to College is the next step on the way to your career - it’s an exciting time with some big changes, as well as new opportunities. Being at College doesn’t mean having to do it all alone though.
There are lots of people who can support you to make the most of your time here - for the first few weeks, the whole year, or in or out of class - we’re here to help.
Support at College is all about you and what you feel comfortable with.
Some people feel really confident about coming to College in September, but for others it can be a bit worrying. However you feel about starting College, here are a few things you can do to be well prepared for starting your new course:
Because you know what works best for you, we’ll work with you to design your own personalised support package. Here are some examples of what we can offer:
Before you start
Additional support at College
We’ll be happy to answer any questions about College and address any worries you may have about coming to College. Get in touch with Learning Support to have a chat or arrange a visit.
Not sure yet?
Come along to one of our Open Evenings where you can talk to tutors, our Students Services team and Learning Support staff who’ll answer all your questions. You can even have a tour of the College to see if you like the look of it.
Exam Access Arrangements (EAA) often include a reader, scribe, word processor, rest breaks, extra time, large print or a quiet room.
If you had EAA at school, it is very likely that you’ll get the same EAA at college. If you’re returning to education after a break, we would arrange for you to have an EAA assessment with one of our friendly assessors.
We have to apply to the exam board for any specific conditions, so we may need to acquire evidence in the form of a medical certificate or statement from a doctor, a report from a specialist teacher, or confirmation from a previous tutor that this is how you usually work.
Call on 0800 306 306 to arrange an appointment or discuss your queries over the phone.
Visit our Student & Learning Services located in The Hexagon Student and Learning Centre (The Hex) where our team will be happy to help.
Monday & Thursday 8:30am - 5pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 6pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 7pm
Friday 8:30am - 4pm
Monday - Thursday 9am – 5pm,
Friday 9am– 4pm