As part of our commitment to learners from all backgrounds and ability, we spend a proportion of our income from tuition fees to support students from disadvantaged groups to access our University level courses, succeed and progress to employment or higher level courses. Our commitments are published in our Access Plan and Access and Participation Plan.
- 2021 to 2024 Access and Participation Plan
- 2019-20 provider impact report
- Provider fee information 21/22
- Provider fee information 22/23
- 2019/20 access plan
- 2018/19 access plan
Equality and Diversity
Our position on anti-Semitism
Truro and Penwith College have adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism and the position paper approved by our Board of Governors CAN BE FOUND HERE.
How do we spend our income
Our income from tuition fees is spent on teaching and ensuring our classes are delivered in the right learning spaces with the right resources: Our most recent allocation of income and expenditure is shown in our Income and Expenditure Information document.
Our complaints policy:
- Complaints policy
- Sexual Harassment & bullying policy *(*awaiting approval)
Registration with the Office for students
Truro and Penwith College is registered with the Office for Students and part of that registration includes a range of policies and procedures that ensure we have the systems in place to support our students should something go wrong or alter during their programme.
Ofs Registration Documents
Policies and procedures
Our polices and procedures are available on the intranet but the links below will help you if you need to find information.