All students wishing to travel by bus must be in possession of a bus pass BEFORE starting College in September.
Download our handy Journey Guide and find full instructions to help you Choose, Apply and Buy your buss pass on our transport page; including which bus operator to choose, bursaries and subsidised travel options.DOWNLOAD Your Journey to College LOCAL TRANSPORT
Don’t worry, you won’t be transported to an alternative dimension!
The College Portal is where all new and returning students can pay for things like trips and bus passes but also where you submit your contact details, exam results and upload your student photo.
From September 2021, all students at Truro and Penwith College are required to wear a lanyard with their student ID card attached at all times. Your ID card can be used to buy things at College, scan your attendance at lectures and lots more.
We need your photograph to put on your student ID card so please upload this before you start in September. This can be easily done by making sure you log into the College Portal and follow the instructions in the left hand panel.LOGIN TO THE COLLEGE PORTAL
We know that your years at College are often the best of your life.
We also understand that for some, the first few days at College can be daunting. Don’t worry, it will probably take a few days for you to feel orientated and it’s important to remember that for the first few days, everyone around you is in exactly the same boat.
To help you feel more at home when you arrive, we have created a suite of online tools to keep you connected.
Want to know more about the courses you have chosen, what you’ll be learning and where your course may take you? Our tutors have created their own Subject Spotlight videos which you can watch at any time to learn more about the course you’ll be learning. All our Subject Spotlight videos are broken down into our subject areas.WATCH OUR SPOTLIGHT VIDEOS
If you have an interest, hobby or sport that you love to do outside of College then what better than to make that a part of your College day? Thanks to our Academies programme, you can combine your interest with your chosen study path by joining a College Academy. Whether you’re sporty or scientific we have a great range of Academies to sign up for, including Medics, Academic, Rugby, Football, Music, Computing and lots more.FIND AN ACADEMY FOR YOU
Finally, don’t forget to check out the College Term Dates. They’re different to what you may have been used to at school so for planning work experience, employment outside of College or for simply booking that holiday – knowing your term dates means you’ll be planned and well prepared.VIEW OUR COLLEGE TERM DATES
Fancy flying around the College to get a feel for the buildings, the spaces and the facilities you’ll be using?TAKE A TOUR
The Digital Campus is our unique, online learning platform to help you transition your Year 11 knowledge into your post-16 education journey.
Once you log in and access the Digital Campus you can complete pieces of work set by subject tutors, read subject specific papers and research the topics you’ll need to know when you start here. Joining the Digital Campus isn’t obligatory, but it may just give you that head start before your studies in September.ACCESS THE DIGITAL CAMPUS
GCSE results day can be stressful - but please don't worry.
Whatever your results, we are here to help you start your exciting journey with us at Truro and Penwith College. We’ve created a short video guide on preparing for GCSE results day on 12 August and how new students should submit their results online.SUBMIT YOUR GCSE RESULTS
Save your college checklist straight to your camera roll, so it’s easy to find whenever you need it.
If you have any further questions or queries, please get in touch with us.
Whatever you’re studying, achieve your potential with a wide range of support available throughout your time at Truro and Penwith College.
The Student Services team is here to help with a range of support from bursaries, mental health concerns, counselling, safeguarding, careers advice, sexual health advice and much more.
Learning Services is where you can access one-to-one tuition in Maths, English and Study Skills, support and screening for Dyslexia and Dyscalculia, and support for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN). The team can also support with your transition from school to College.
Learning Centres and Libraries are stocked with print and digital resources to support College courses. Support sessions are available to help you get the most out of the resources available.
The College has received national recognition for the quality of its careers guidance programme. The team of Careers Advisors are always happy to arrange meaningful guidance sessions to motivate and inspire you about your future.
The HWS programme offers over 100 free physical activity opportunities every week in non-competitive, relaxed and friendly environments to support your physical health and mental wellbeing.