Student Services

student services

Lots can happen during your time at college and that’s why our Student Services team is on hand to advise and support you.

Student Tutors

Every student aged 16-19 will be assigned a student tutor, who you will meet with regularly. Through one-to-one discussions, tutors will monitor your progress, set targets, track achievement and support attendance. We place a real importance on student tutoring as we strongly believe it plays a vital role in helping our students to succeed.

Our ACES Programme

Our unique ACES (Attitude, Choices, Employability and Skills) programme has been developed to cultivate your development and will be tailored to you, as an individual. Delivered by our student tutors through a series of interactive workshops, it will guide you through your college journey as well as inspire and inform your future. It will cover a range of topical discussions, including environmental issues, relationships, respect and tolerance, personal wellbeing and social media. They will also work with you to cement your professional development.

Our mission is to prepare and inspire you to be a global citizen, curious about your world and ready to embrace your future.

Careers Advice

The Progression+ team includes experts in admissions, careers, higher education, work experience and apprenticeships who offer advice and guidance. They can help with all aspects of careers and progression which includes applying for courses, interview tips, CV writing, application forms, job and apprenticeship searches and gap year opportunities.

Find out more about careers advice:

Careers Advice

Financial Support

We believe that financial constraints alone should never be enough to prevent a student from studying and so we will work with you to find out what support you may be entitled to and help you to access any funding available.

Find out more about financial support:

Financial Support

Haywards Heath College Counselling Service

College counsellors are able to help you talk about and understand your difficulties, however big or small, so you no longer feel alone. Counselling is confidential and non-judgemental and provides you with a safe setting to help you explore your difficulties to try to reach some resolution.   

The service available for all students. Accessing counselling is easy, you just need to complete an online referral form, which can be found on the Counselling Teams Channel. You will then be offered an appointment to discuss your difficulties in more detail to decide whether counselling is right for you at this time. 

In addition, to meet the growing needs of our nation's Children and Young People, Chichester College Group has been part of a group pioneering a UK-wide directory of qualified Children and Young people counsellors and therapists with TAC Access. Our students can use this exciting and powerful tool to select a professional they would like to work with either face-to-face or online. 

Please note, funding for this service will need to come from external funds, e.g. parent/carer. 

Additional Learning Support

Whether you have a learning difficulty such as dyslexia, need a little extra help with English or maths, have a physical disability, or need additional tuition because English is not your first language, our specialist staff will support you throughout your studies.

Find out more about additional learning support:

Additional Learning Support


Are you or is someone you know at risk of harm? Do you need help to keep yourself or someone else safe?

There is a Safeguarding Officer rota at the campus. Contact the duty officer on:

Read the CCG Safeguarding policy here:

Safeguarding Students, Apprentices and Adults at Risk