Student Support Services
Student Orientation Programme
The college provides an orientation programme for new students, to help them to know the college and its services and operations better. The orientation will cover many areas such as fee matters, college policies, procedures and rules, attendance requirements, leave application, etc.
The college provides basic pastoral counselling to help students deal with and manage personal challenges and difficulties. If problems are complicated, students may be referred to professional counselors in external agencies.
The college organises Teachers-parents meeting to provide parents and/or guardians with feedback on students’ performance in college.
Academic Assistance to Students
Academic assistance may be provided to students who are weaker in their subjects in the form of free one-to-one coaching after lessons. If deemed necessary, additional lessons may be scheduled. These lessons are conducted after careful evaluation of the student’s progress, commitment and ability.
Tuition Referral Services
Upon request from students or parents or guardians, the College can provide tuition referral services for students who want more help with their subjects. The tutors may be teachers of the college and/or other external teachers who have been vetted by the College.
Exam Registration and Results Checking
For all external exams, the college will help the students to register for their examinations. Due notification will be given. The college can also assist in retrieving the examination results for the students.
Students Pass Application
Having a valid Student Pass allows an international student to remain in Singapore for a sufficient period of time to complete his course of study. The college will handle all documentation for the Student Pass application.
Medical Insurance Coverage
The college provides medical insurance coverage for full-time students.
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Excursions and Field trips
The college may organise excursions, field trips or other events to provide them with a more holistic education, develop social responsibility or contribute to community involvement. Students will be given advance notice of these events as and when organised.
On the academic calendar annually is Family Day, generally at the end of a term in October. This event is open to all teachers, students and their parents/guardians. Parents/guardians and students have a choice as to whether or not they want to participate in these college events.