How do I logon to Pay My Student?
Once you have enrolled and have a student number, you can access this using the link in the Student Portal or here
How do I apply for a travel pass?
Once you have enrolled and have a student number, apply via PaymyStudent using the online application form which covers all aspects of student funding including travel passes, bursaries and free meals.
Please logon here If your have a student number but are having problems accessing your account, please call 01704 392704
I’m applying for a travel pass and I live more than 3 miles from College which means my pass is guaranteed - why do you need details of my household income?
We need to take details of household income so that your travel pass is charged to the correct funding stream and that College comply with government funding guidelines.
I don’t know my student number or my student number isn’t recognised?
When you enrol you will be automatically sent a student number. You will need to use this to access Pay My Student. If you have a number but are having difficulties getting access please call us on 01704 392704 and we will be happy to help.
I’ve uploaded my documents to the system – do I also need to take paper copies into College?
We will get in touch if we need to see paper copies of your documents. The main reason for this is if the documents were “chopped” when photographed so are missing information. Please ensure that the images are complete before you upload them to your application.
How do I know if I am eligible for a Bursary Fund?
For information on eligibility please download our Bursary Fund Information and Eligibility Guide
Do I need a photo for my travel pass?
For a Trio Card or Rail pass (not a simple bus pass) you will need to provide 1 passport sized photograph that you need to bring into college and have stamped before you can collect your pass from the train station.
I'm a returning student, do I need to re-apply to Pay My Student each year?
Yes you do, and your application needs to be supported by up to date and current evidence.