Adult Education Wolverhampton is excited to announce the official launch of their Student Gateway on Friday 22nd November.
Councillor. Dr Michael Hardacre, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, will cut the ribbon to open the Student Gateway; Advisory Board members, staff and student representatives will join him to the mark the occasion.
The impetus to invest in a new, modern and welcoming space for students and staff comes ahead of the planned City Learning Quarter. The Gateway will become the new ‘front door’ of the Service when the Learning Quarter is built for the City’s residents.
The Gateway has is fresh, modern and vibrant space for students to relax, socialise and study. It also houses the Student Services Team who provide a range of support services to make sure every student’s learning experience is the best that it can be.
The 'Student Space'
The ‘Student Space’ is an inviting area where students can:
- use computers to support their study and carry out job search
- work independently or in groups on course work associated with their learning
- connect their own device at the ICT ‘breakfast bar’
- take a break
- socialise with others
- eat lunch
Student Services - 'Here to help'
The Student Services area boasts two glass fronted private interview rooms, an informal space to offer information about courses or any other queries and a new, fit for purpose, office space for staff.
The ‘Student Services’ team can offer advice and guidance in the following:
- information about courses
- careers guidance
- financial help
- support for learning
- keeping safe
- student views
Monday 9:00 – 18:00
Tuesday 9:00 – 16:30
Wednesday 9:45 – 18:00
Thursday 9:00 – 16:30
Friday 9:00 – 16:00
Out of term the Student Gateway will close at 16:00. Opening times will be extended during busier times.
This exciting new student friendly hub will be the gateway to motivating and inspiring Wolverhampton residents. Enabling students to realise their potential at Adult Education and beyond.