SRUC

Enrolment

Before your course starts we'll send you an email detailing the enrolment/matriculation process. The email will be sent to the email address which you supplied when you applied for your course.

When you have received your email, please follow the step by step instructions to enrol. If you get stuck, there will be details included about how to get help and support.

Matriculation cards

Once you are enrolled as an SRUC student you’ll be asked to upload a photo of yourself for your matriculation/student card. The cards will be posted directly to your home address towards the end of September. Please ensure you upload the photograph by the deadline stated in your enrolment email.

If you are a late applicant, you will get your matriculation card as soon as possible after the start of term.

If you have any queries about enrolment, please contact 0131 535 4200.

Funding information

Make sure you've got all of your fees and funding arrangements made before starting at SRUC. You can find out more on the fees & funding page.

If you're paying your own fees or are sponsored, you'll need to fill out the Statement of Tuition Fees Liability form.

Student loans information For HN and Degree level students

If you have received your student loan payment schedule, SRUC will aim to confirm attendance during Induction Week. SRUC is required to confirm attendance/engagement and we will be doing this based upon engagement with induction activities. Please note that payments will be handled by SLC and is not within SRUC’s control.

Set up your digital workspace

Programs and systems for students

Make sure that you can access your email, essential applications and understand how to do things like join the wifi, print documents and save files.
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Is your IT sorted?

Please complete this form to help us make sure you have all of the IT resources needed to take part in online teaching.
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Travel and accommodation

If you have any questions about how to get to and where to live on campus please visit your respective campus page:

Health and wellbeing

Get links to resources and find out more about how SRUC can help you when it comes to looking after your physical and mental health whilst studying.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Please see the below lists to find out what outdoor clothing and recommended Kit/PPE you might need:

You can use these links to order your equipment:

  • Further Education, for courses such as National Certificate that receive bursary funding for these items
  • Higher Education, for courses such as Higher National Certificate/Diploma and Degree where recommended items may be purchased by you at your own cost 

If you have any queries please contact your Programme Team Leaders or Tutors for further details.    

All items purchased will be posted to your home address by our supplier, Guthries. Please contact Guthries via the email sruc@guthriegroup.co.uk or the phone number 01506 419 167 if you have any queries or issues with the items purchased.

Please note that if you are receiving boiler suits, they are likely to be blue and not green. Also, bulk/one size fits all items such as earplugs, gloves, hair nets, coveralls etcy, will be delivered to campuses and distributed from there.

A guide for parents and guardians

It takes time to learn how to be a parent of a college student, whether they leave home or under current circumstances are studying remotely. Our Parents & teachers guardians will give you more information on starting college life at SRUC and how you can support the new student.

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Forms checklist

Before you get started, make sure you've filled out all of the forms that apply to you.

IT resources form
Everyone should fill this in so we can make sure you have everything you need to use the systems and programs required to study at SRUC.

Student support assessment form
We would encourage all students to fill this in, so that we can make sure that you have everything you need to excel at your studies. We can help you address general and mental health, as well as mobility concerns, dyslexia and other learning difficulties, sensory/visual impairments and more.

Student vehicle registration form
If you are looking to bring your car to either the Edinburgh, Aberdeen or Oatridge campus, you'll need to apply for a permit using this form.

Coach transport form (only for Craibstone, Aberdeen)
Use this form if you are studying at Craibstone Estate in Aberdeen and need to use coach transport to get you to and from the campus.

Statement of tuition fee liability form
If you're paying your own fees or are sponsored, you need to fill out this form.

Induction and course start

Once you have successfully completed your online enrolment take look at what happens over the next few weeks, in the run-up to you starting your studies with us.

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