Dear Dumfries and Galloway College Student
16 June 2022
Dear Dumfries and Galloway College Student,
I am writing to you as you near the last day of academic year 2021/22, I wish to thank you for having chosen the College as a place of study.
I do hope that I will see you back in our buildings in academic year 2022/23 if you are studying with us next year. For those of you who will move on to further study elsewhere or to employment I wish you well.
We are committed to ensuring that this academic year does not affect your progression in 2022/23. If you need to return to complete an element of your course we will enable this and if we are able to help you study at the next level we will endeavor to do this, just speak with your Curriculum Manager or our Student Advisors (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please remember that we are still available to assist you if you have any difficulties. I would encourage you to contact Student Support here.
I wish you well, with very best wishes,
Vice Principal Learning, Skills and Student Experience
Students Contribute to Marine Plastics Project
As part of the Making More of the Coast project, an initiative created by the Rotary Club of Dumfries Devorgilla and Solway Firth Partnership (SFP), students from Dumfries and Galloway College (DGC) were asked to create a series of materials to raise awareness of plastic pollution on beaches on the Solway Coast
Students Create Awareness Raising Animations
A team of creative students from Dumfries and Galloway College have created a series of animations that highlight issues around hoarding and self-neglect.
Bank of England Governor Visits Dumfries and Galloway College
Dumfries and Galloway College was delighted to welcome Bank of England Governor, Andrew Bailey, to their Dumfries Campus on Friday June 17th.