Waverley Abbey College is committed to providing equal opportunities for all students.
All students on our Higher Education programmes are placed with a personal tutor. Tutors offer the opportunity for you to talk about your experiences, the challenges and joys of studying, as well as provide support throughout your programme.
Where students have specific learning needs, we are able to offer assistance in the form of study support and adapted resources. During the application process you will be asked to identify your learning needs and, once accessed, we will be able to put in place the support you need. There is an induction loop system at both Pilgrim Hall and Waverley Abbey House.
Our Pilgrim Hall campus has a lift to the first floor for disabled users.
There is no lift access to the first floor at Waverley Abbey House, as it is a grade II* listed building.
For further information, please contact our College Disability Officer Kathy Overton on email@example.com.
Waverley Abbey College submitted an annual return to the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) in December 2016 that demonstrates that it is continuing to maintain academic standards and enhance the quality of student learning opportunities and information about learning opportunities.