Student Services is located in the new Student Centre in the Marie Therese building and is open from 8:00am until 4:30pm during term time.
Student Services is the first point of contact for any day to day student queries. Reasons for students to come to student services could be:
If your total household income is £30,000 or below you may be entitled to financial support. The Bursary is tiered dependent on each students' individual needs focusing on those students who face the greatest financial barriers to participation. Students must use the allocated funds to pay for support that has been identified as necessary to help students participate in education.
The bursary is available to eligible students whose total household income does not exceed the threshold for eligibility and they are in receipt of any of the following -
Support is also available for the most vulnerable students who are in Care or Care Leaver or in receipt of the following in their own right -
Free School Meals
To be eligible for a free meal in the academic year 2022/23 you must be aged between 16-18 on 31 August 2022. If you turn 19 during your year of study you will remain eligible for a free meal until the end of the academic year. To qualify you should be in receipt of one of the benefits listed above with an annual household income that does not exceed the Government threshold , dependent on benefits.
For more information on bursaries and free school meals and an application form please see the PDF's below.
|Attendance Procedures at Holy Cross||13th Sep 2022||Download|
|Progress Tutor Contact Details||19th Jan 2023||Download|
|Bursary FSM Application and Information 2022 2023||13th Sep 2022||Download|