To make arrangements for your enrolment appointment, call Admissions on 01772 460 181.
Parking will be available at the Manchester Road car park for the College Open Events.
If travelling from London Road down Queens Street take the third exit on the roundabout, the car park will be on your right.
If travelling from Avenham Lane take the first exit at the round about and the car park is on your right.
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“The Open Event was very helpful, from the Principal’s Talk to the teachers in all departments and students offering assistance. Very impressed!”
– St Michael’s Chorley, Pupil
“I found the friendly manner of the staff and students very welcoming.”
– Walton-le-Dale, Pupil
“The students were very friendly with directions and extra information including bus routes. The teachers explained the courses thoroughly!”
– St Wilfrid’s, Pupil
“The people at the Open Event were really friendly and made sure I knew where I was going and what I was doing. They made me feel really welcomed. It was a really good experience.”
– Preston Muslim Girls’, Pupil
“The student helpers were extremely helpful with directions and the teachers were very interesting and informative.”
– Rossall School, Pupil
“I found the teachers and students were very helpful as they offered specific information about what would be involved with each subject.”
– Highfield Leadership Academy, Pupil
“The Open Event was really helpful, because I was told what the best career path was for me and the success rate of the College really impressed me.”
– St George’s Blackpool, Pupil
“I got a really good feel for the campus- I feel that I now have a clearer view of what I want to do.”
– Hutton Grammar, Pupil
“I met a student who showed me round and talked about his time in college. It was really helpful to talk to the teachers. They had lots of time for me.”
– Archbishop Temple, Pupil
“Talking to teachers in departments was really helpful and it was great to see how enthusiastic the students are.”
– Ripley St Thomas, Pupil