To help familiarise students and visitors with some of the most popular areas on site we have created a 360 tour that allows you to explore these areas. To see the College for yourself, contact our Student Admin team on 01757 211040 or email info@selby.ac.uk for a one-to-one tour of our state-of-the-art campus.

 

 

Jubilee Building

Highlights include:

  • Main Reception (Ground Floor) – Easily accessible, allowing you to get an answer to any queries you may have.
  • College Shop (Ground Floor) – Serving you drinks, snacks, stationery and even greeting cards – perfect for that birthday you’ve forgotten!
  • Coffee Shop (First Floor) – Ideal for that caffeine fix and also serving a range of hot and cold food.

Main Campus Grounds

Highlights include:

  • Academy Building – The main hub for over half our A Levels and home to our Learning Resource Centre.
  • Renaissance Building – If you’re studying Art and Design or Health and Social Care, this is where you’ll be based.
  • Aspiration Building – Located at the back of our campus, this building is where all of our construction courses are taught.
  • Innovation Building – The building on your left as soon as you enter the campus, the Innovation Building is the home of our Engineering courses.
  • 'Tellytubby Hill' - Our students' favourite summer hangout spot and where a number of activities throughout the year take place, from the Freshers' Fair to Sports taster sessions.

 

 

Learning Resource Centre (LRC) (Academy Building)

Highlights include:

  • Computer Area – The computer area allows students to book a computer and carry out independent research and study.

  • Silent Study Area – If you’re looking for a quiet place to focus and get away from it all, you can sit in the silent study area.

  • Bookcases – From Othello to music theory, our bookcases are filled with all the literature you’ll need for course work and personal development.

 

Construction (Aspiration Building)

Highlights include:

  • Joinery Workshop – Where our students make everything from timber frames to stairs, opened in 2010, our joinery workshop helps construction students learn all the relevant skills.

  • Brickwork Building – Our separate brickwork building, located by the sports pitches, is also equipped with all the tools our construction students need to succeed.

 

Thank you for taking a look around our virtual tour. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us on 01757 211000 or email info@selby.ac.uk