There are several forms you may need to complete during your studies with us at the College. You can find them here. Specifics for your course will be available from your Lecturer or on Blackboard. There are also various policies and procedures that you are required to take time to familiarise yourself with.
Useful documents for students
Useful forms for students
- Student Self-Certificate Form
- Withdrawal/Transfer Form (FE students only. HE students must log in to UHI Records. If you complete the initial withdrawal you will then be advised to contact your PAT. Only a PAT can complete your withdrawal for you. Please view the updated withdrawal procedure online
- Change of contact details
- PT Fee Waiver Form
- Discretionary Fund - FE Students
- Discretionary Fund - HE Students
Please note you can view information regarding applying for mitigating circumstances online via UHI records. If you are unsure then speak to your PAT, lecturer or email Klaudia Grubska our Guidance Co-ordinator.
If you are unsure about a mark or assessment that you have received then it is worth chatting it over with your Course Lecturer. It's worth doing that first in order to ensure you've considered all the facts before you make the decision to appeal.
Students may suffer illness, other problems outside their control, or temporary exacerbation of a long-term condition which may prevent them from demonstrating their real level of performance. The system of mitigating circumstances allows students who feel that their work has been affected by such problems to put forward a claim for consideration.
Student Disciplinary Code
Students are asked to read the code and our Student Discipline Policy and Procedure. You are also asked to read our ICT guide which includes important information on acceptable usage of ICT equipment.
We know that occasionally things can go wrong. If this happens we want to act quickly to resolve the situation. Find out how to make a complaint in our Student Grievance Policy and Procedure.
Academic Misconduct and Malpractice
This document includes information on how Malpractice is defined as well as policies and procedures for academic malpractice Academic and Malpractice Policy and Procedure.
If you have not found the document or form you were looking for or if you have a question about any of these documents then please contact us.