Updated College Covid-Safety Guidance - please click here to read.  All staff and students are encouraged to take an LFD test twice a week.
 Proposed College Merger - click here for information


Students Services, Advice & Guidance

For information on Harrow College Student Services Support During Enforced College Closure, please click here.

For our remote learning guide for students and parents, please click here.

Come and visit our Admissions Office for advice on which course to choose and talk over your options for the future.

Alternatively you can phone our call centre on 020 8909 6000 or use the enquiry availability here to request info or use our course search engine.

Learning Centres

Our Learning Centres have everything you need to help you with your studies. We provide areas for group work and silent study, with plenty of computers on hand for you to complete your assignments, search the internet or use e-resources.

You can contact our learning centres on:

020 8909 6248 (Harrow Weald Campus)
020 8909 6520 (Harrow on the Hill Campus)

Resources available to you include:

Books (to support your studies and fiction)
Newspapers and magazines
CDs and DVDs
E-resources, including over 3000 eBooks
Photocopying, printing and binding.
You can access e-resources on and off campus via the Student Portal.

If you have any problems you can speak to your curriculum's own Learning Centre representative who is available to advise and help develop your research and IT skills.

Study Plus

Go to a Study Plus area for one to one help with research and study skills and proof-reading. We also run group sessions on using anti-plagiarism software, e-portfolios and e-safety. We have Study Plus areas in both Learning Centres.

Support for Learning

Our Learning Support Team is on hand if you have learning difficulties, a physical disability or you need help with literacy and numeracy or a medical problem. We can also help you if English isn't your first language.

Please click to view our Learning Support Policy.

Communication Support Unit

If you are deaf or hard of hearing you will have access to specialist support from our Communication Support Unit (CSU). We can also provide note takers and BSL Communicators to support you in the classroom.

Open a Lifelong Learning Account

You can access advice on skills, careers and financial support in one location with a personalised, online Lifelong Learning Account.

The service is free to adults over 19 and you can open your account by accessing the National Careers Service website or by calling the National Careers Service on 0800 100 900.