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FAQs for students returning to campus

We look forward to welcoming back our students onto the Regent College London campus locations around London. With campuses re-opening, we have put together a list of FAQs that will help answer any questions you may have.

How will I learn in the new academic year? Read

We offer a full range of study options to suit everyone. When you start the new academic year, you will be back interacting face-to-face with your teachers, students and support staff either in person, online while you are on campus yourself, or through on-demand learning.

It all depends on the type of course you choose, with its specific requirements, your student status with the Student Loans Company (SLC) or if you are an international student and the requirements of your visa.

If in doubt, please contact a member of our Student Services team straight away, with your student ID on hand, and they will be able to provide you all the help you need.

How are the courses delivered? Read

The delivery method of your course depends on several factors. Our courses are designed to be as flexible as possible, allowing you to study anywhere, any time. Our core delivery options are available across PC, laptop and mobile devices and are referred to as: In-person, Online and On-demand.

You may also have opted for a combination of these, if your SLC funding allows you to study on campus. This might be studying here in-person with a mix of online lectures in real time and on-demand learning through Regent Digital Services. However you want to study at RCL, we’ll do everything we can to make that happen.

Will I have to go to campus every day? Read

It is unlikely you will be on campus every day and it all depends on your own individual timetable and what programme you are on. If you are an international student on a study visa you will need to attend all timetabled sessions in person. You will receive your timetable in advance of the semester starting. The timetable will clearly show you what modules are in campus.

What will my timetable look like? Read

Timetables will depend on your own availability and course needs. If you are an international student on a study visa, you will need to attend all timetabled sessions in person. You will receive your timetable in advance of the semester starting. It will clearly show you what modules are in campus.

When will I get my timetable? Read

You will receive your individual timetable well in advance of the new academic year.

How will I do my assignments? Read

This depends on the programme you are studying. Please refer to your academic school and contact your CSO, or your ASO through HubX support system for more details.

Will I be able to watch recorded classes after they have been held? Read

Yes. As a student at Regent College London, you will have access to a wealth of on-demand course material including recorded lectures.

How is attendance recorded? Read

Attendance will be recorded via class registers for all delivery methods. We are able to see who logged in, and for how long, so we can check attendance levels. It is very important you attend your classes as only this way can you get the most benefit from the teaching to achieve success in your study. It is also a requirement of both our Awarding Bodies and of funding agencies that you attend regularly.

What academic support is available to me? Read

In addition to the support you receive from your teachers and tutors, the Academic Support Officers (ASOs) within HubX, and also the Academic Skills Support team, are available to provide one-to-one sessions. The team can also provide workshops where required, both in person and online.

Appointments can be booked online. These sessions are a space for you to discuss your progression, set up a submission plan, and agree on academic goals.

You can find out about our Academic Skills team and book a one-to-one session or workshop on Canvas.

I’m a current student. Who can I speak to for support? Read

Your first point of contact is your HubX and dedicated CSO.

If you are a current student and would like to book a meeting with a member of our support team, you can do so online or by contacting your CSO directly.

I’m a prospective student and planning to start studying from academic year 2022/23. Who can I speak to? Read

You may find the information you need here. Our Enquiries Team is available to answer any immediate questions you may have or direct you to the right person. Please call +44 (0)2038706666 or email


Additional Support

What support for students is available?

Your HubX and Customer Service Officers (CSOs) are here to provide you with support whenever you need it. There’s a variety of resources available to you and more information can be found here: