To help familiarise prospective students with some of the most popular areas on campus, we have created the below videos and 360 tours to enable you to explore our fantastic facilities.  

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.

 

Art, Design & Media (Renaissance Building)

Engineering (Innovation Building)

  • Machining workshop:

  • Automation workshop:

  • Welding workshop:

Construction (Aspiration Building)

  • 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.

 

  • Plumbing workshop:

Thank you for taking a look around our virtual tour. 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.