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There are lots of opportunities to gain additional experiences and benefits of being a Kendal College student!

Including:

  • Student Ambassadors, a paid position to help promote the college
  • Class Reps, with the opportunity to attend national conferences
  • Student Governors, be part of the highest decision-making body in the college
  • NUS Totum Card - save money through this student discount card!

As well as the opportunity to set up student-run clubs and events.

Our students discuss these on the video below:

Student Ambassadors

A part-time, flexible job that can fit around your studies and commitments.

As a Student Ambassador you will:

  • Support college staff in promoting the college
  • Be fully trained and supported
  • Develop your skills
  • Join a fantastic Student Ambassador Team
  • Represent the college at various events
  • Be paid the national minimum wage

Further information and an application pack will be uploaded here in July.

Your Feedback & Ideas

Kendal College is YOUR college and your views and ideas are really important.

We encourage you to let us know what you think by:

  • Completing surveys
  • Becoming a class rep and member of Student Council - with the opportunity to attend national conferences
  • Taking part in focus groups & meetings
  • Becoming a Student Governor
  • Gain experience, meet others and boost your CV.

If you are interested, speak to your course tutor or ask at reception. Elections for Class Reps & Student Governors take place in the Autumn Term.

Student Discounts

The College is linked to the National Union of Students, which means you can get the NUS Totum Card – giving you access to loads of savings on the high street and online. For more info and to purchase your card (£14.99 for 12 months) see: www.totum.com.

Student Clubs & Events

Last year, student-run clubs and events included:

  • An LGBTQ+ Club
  • A Gaming Club
  • A Vegan Society
  • An events committee to run the end of year Summer Prom

There was also interest in Music, Yoga, a Mature Students group, and Women in Construction & Engineering. Clubs can be whatever you are interested in and give you the opportunity to meet other students across the college.

Student Services can help to set up & promote clubs, as well as finding places to meet.

Interested in running a club, or to join one?

Please complete the below and we will be in touch!