Our main aims are to provide access to ICT for those who don’t have access at home, or for those who have come into college for other reasons such as classes or nursery drop-off plus some study spaces for those with their own laptop or other types of study.
The Libraries at Anniesland and Cardonald are open 9am – 4pm.
Langside is currently open 10am - 3pm.
We have a reduced number of PCs at each campus to enable safe social distancing to be maintained:
- 21 at Anniesland
- 42 at Cardonald
- 14 at Langside
In terms of our normal library services we are operating Click and Collect for books. Users can order online by placing a hold on the catalogue, phoning or emailing, and then come in to quickly pick up the books with minimal staff contact and time in the library.
All of our online resources are available as usual including thousands of eBook titles and both general and subject specific databases. Please get in touch if we don’t have the eBook titles you need.
Anniesland: T: 0141 357 6106 or Email: email@example.com
Cardonald: T: 0141 272 3369 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Langside: T: 0141 272 3679 or Email: email@example.com
The Scottish Government have provided guidance on transport, advice on how to travel safely. Wherever possible you should use active travel such as cycling or walking.
The Scottish Government has advised that students from different households should not car share for travel to and from campuses and should not travel together in cars during breaks or lunchtime.
You should wear a face covering in all public areas including corridors, lifts, canteens, toilets, libraries and any communal areas unless you are exempt from wearing one under Scottish Government advice. If you are exempt it would be useful if you could contact your doctor who may be able to provide you with a lanyard that makes you identifiable as being exempt. This advice may change depending upon updated public health advice.
If you forget your face covering, there are vending machines that will allow you to purchase a reusable face covering.
- face coverings should not be shared with others
- before putting on or removing the face covering, hands should be cleaned by washing with soap and water or hand sanitiser
- make sure the face covering is the right size to cover the nose, mouth and chin
- when temporarily storing a face covering (e.g. during classes), it should be placed in a washable, sealed bag or container. Avoid placing it on surfaces, due to the possibility of contamination
- re-usable face coverings should be washed after each day of use at 60 degrees centigrade or in boiling water
- disposable face coverings must be disposed of safely and hygienically. You are encouraged to place your face coverings in the general waste bin.
If you are anxious about coming to College please contact the course team to discuss what your learning may look like. The College also has a range of support:
- Learning Inclusion
- Mental Health Helpline
- Mental Health & Wellbeing course and resources on Canvas
Teaching will start from w/c 7 September. Students should contact the Faculty if they are unsure about where and when their teaching will start.
Students should contact the Faculty directly if they are unsure about their timetable.
Whilst we intend to distribute Student Cards to all students please note that this will be more challenging than normal and may take longer to complete at the start of this session – we are working on the best way to get these to all students as soon as possible.
Courses are mainly starting with an Induction Fortnight from week beginning 24 August until the 4 September. Teaching will start from w/c 7 September on most courses though some may start earlier.
No – unless you have been given specific instructions to go to a campus, most courses will start on an online basis. However, some of the more practical subjects will be given guidance about safely attending campus to study. When you get your joining instructions it will tell you what to do and the details about your course will be provided during Induction Fortnight.
There will be a range of activities led by the Course teams to make sure you understand what the course is about and how teaching and learning will take place. The purpose of induction is to help you settle into College life, meet staff and other students, understand the importance of engaging with your course and to support you with your journey at Glasgow Clyde. Activities might include online courses to help you with digital skills, communication and health and wellbeing, getting to know your lecturers and classmates and meet our support services and see how they can help you.
You will be sent an email telling you your joining instructions (check your personal email account used to enrol) and how to set up your student email account – see Student ICT Q&As below. You may be given your timetable at this point though some courses will provide timetable details during Induction Fortnight. If you have any questions please contact your Faculty.
Your lecturers will tell you when there is planned sessions and attendance will be monitored so we can ensure you are engaging in the induction and to allow us to pay bursary where you have been awarded maintenance.
Information on the types of funding available can be found in the Student Funding section of the website. There are also YouTube videos that can help you to get access to the online form and to demonstrate how to upload necessary documents.
Student Funding staff are not on campus but can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 0141 272 3674.
Just call the College on 0141 272 9000 or email us at email@example.com and we’ll do everything we can to help.
The College has made PCs available in the library of each campus. If you need to access a PC you should visit the library and we will provide access. There are limited number of PCs available due to COVID-19 restrictions so please only use this service if completely necessary.
The College has been given money by the Scottish Government to support digital inclusion. The allocation of equipment will be for those students in most need and will be means tested based upon information including household income and access to benefits. An application system is being developed and we will let students know as soon as the system is open for applications. The fund is limited and there is no guarantee every eligible student will be loaned a laptop.
The laptop is College property and to receive the laptop you will sign an agreement stating you will return the laptop to the College or be responsible for its replacement.
Where possible, the College funding will consider possible wi-fi options but we will provide safe spaces for students to attend a campus and use College wi-fi.
- Set up your student account by logging in to Office 365 using your Student ID
- Sign in with your student email e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
- Your password is your DOB e.g. 02-aug-2001
- Change your password to a new secure one
- Sign In to Office 365 using your new password
- Set up your password reset details
- Now your account is set up, log in to Canvas
Sign with your student number e.g. 20179811 and the NEW password that you created.Congratulations! You’re done and ready to go.
Please read the Student Guide to ICT
All courses will involve online content. If you do not have access to a laptop or PC please let your Faculty know. We will be providing access to some college PCs as you start your studies and are working to access government funding which may make ICT available to those who are eligible and can demonstrate need.
Courses will use a number of different methods including online lessons through Microsoft Teams or Zoom and a blended approach using our new VLE - Canvas.
The Induction Fortnight will provide information on these through courses and information sessions. A Student Guide to ICT has been produced and this will show you how to log-in to College systems, using your student email and logging into the VLE. If you’re not sure, please speak to your SL or lecturer.
Please read the Student Guide to ICT
Every student who enrols has a student email and this will allow your lecturers to communicate with you and will give you access to a range of college systems. It’s easy to remember and will be your student reference @myclyde.ac.uk. If you're not sure, the ICT guide will show you.
What services does the College offer?
We are offering a range of Student Support Open Induction Sessions until Friday 4 September as part of our Induction Fortnight for enrolled students.
Staff will be available to take any questions you have about starting college. Find out more about Support Services Open Induction Sessions.
Please note: You should join at the beginning of the session.
Under current COVID restrictions, all Student Funding staff are working from home and there are no staff on our campuses. If you need help please contact us:
Anniesland Campus: 0141 357 6092
Cardonald Campus: 0141 272 0626
Langside Campus: 0141 272 3674
We can give you advice about employability, careers, welfare, funding advice and information about College services. We also provide support for Care Experienced learners and those with caring responsibilities. Our services are being delivered online at the start of the year and you can call us on 0141 272 3636 or email email@example.com for help.
We provide access to bursary funds for eligible students which may include FE bursary maintenance, childcare funds and hardship funds. All applications are online but if you have any questions regarding funding you can call us on the following:
Anniesland Campus: 0141 357 6092
Cardonald Campus: 0141 272 0626
Langside Campus: 0141 272 3674; or email us at
We can provide specialist support for students who still face specific barriers to their learning despite the inclusive approach of the college. We pride ourselves on being approachable and supportive, so please don’t hesitate to contact us:
Tel: 0141 357 6005
Tel: 0141 272 3377
Tel: 0141 272 3656
Glasgow Clyde College Student Association (GCCSA) represents the interests of all students and promotes student life, student issues and student success at the College. Elected officers will work with you and the College to ensure that you enjoy the best possible student experience during your time at Glasgow Clyde.
We have a library on each campus that provides free access to a wide range of authoritative information sources. We also have access to ICT and study spaces for those that require access.
Each campus is served by a Nursery with Treasure Trove at Anniesland and Cardonald Children’s Centre operated by the College while Langside campus is served by our partner, Little Scholars. All nurseries provide the highest levels of education and childcare.
We take the health and wellbeing of our students very seriously and offer a number of opportunities to provide support:
Induction: there’s an online course to offer approaches and support for positive mental health
Mental Health Helpline: All enrolled students can access our helpline on 0141 272 3786 from 1pm – 4pm, Monday to Friday. The helpline is staffed by counsellors and all you need to do is provide your 8 digit Student Reference.
Togetherall: Formerly called Big White Wall, this provides all students with an online platform with advice and support regarding positive mental health
Counselling: Students can book a counselling appointment through the College website and speak to a qualified counsellor.