Updated: Friday, April 3rd 2020
All students and staff are studying and working remotely from home, following the latest government advice. All college buildings are closed except for City Campus nursery, which is currently supporting some children of frontline workers.
Be kind. Be safe. Be smart. Please stay at home, look out for one another, and continue to follow official advice about Coronavirus (Covid-19).
Safeguarding and financial support:
Students and exams:
Applicants for September 2020:
For more information:
Public Health England: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public
Use this page to access remote learning platforms or get support with learning at home
We understand that learning remotely may feel strange or confusing to start with, but we want to ensure that accessing your online learning materials and communicating with your tutors is the least of your worries.
Keep reading to find out how to access your college emails, get updates about your classes and keep in touch with your tutors.
You can also use Office365 to check your calendar, access OneDrive (which you can use to share resources and work with your tutor or classmates) and use cloud-based versions of Microsoft Word and Excel.
It's important that you log in to MyHub regularly so that you don't miss any messages from your tutor.
We encourage students to contact their tutors through whichever virtual learning platform has been agreed upon for that class. However, if you need to contact them in a personal capacity, you can find their contact information here.
If you are having any issues accessing your emails, MyHub or any of the virtual learning platforms (e.g. Moodle) then our IT Support Team can help you!
Please email YourIT@sheffcol.ac.uk and describe the problem you are encountering.
Please make sure your contact details and communication preferences are up-to-date to ensure the college can continue to share information with you when required.
Details and preferences can be updated by logging in to MyHub (see above) and going to the ‘About Me’ section.