Existing Students & Staff
This page has quick links for current Students and Staff of the College.
Contact the Safeguarding Team:
Pay Your Fees
Only pay your Admin and Workshop Fees once you have accepted your offer and are in the enrolment process.
Pay an Invoice
Year 2 A-levels
We ask that all AS learners planning to progress to A2 to re-apply online. This is so we can enrol you electronically and avoid lots of paperwork at induction.
You will need to achieve at least a D grade in your AS Level.
If you would like to make a change to the subjects you are studying please indicate this on your application and we will be in touch to discuss this with you.
Need someone to talk to?
If you have any concerns about your studies let your tutor know, it’s important that they know if you are struggling or don’t understand so they offer the right support. If you have any worries about things other than your course, they’ll be able to put you in touch with someone who can help.
Each Faculty has dedicated Pastoral Coaches who you’ll be introduced to during the first few weeks of College. Your Pastoral Coach will be on-hand throughout your studies to support you with any issues you may be facing.
Pastoral Care – Cynnydd
Cynnydd is a pastoral support project that is part funded by the Welsh Government. The Cynnydd team of mentors provide one-to-one support, pastoral care and advice to learners aged 16-24, who are experiencing difficulties or barriers which are preventing them from achieving their full potential. Support includes both appointment and drop-in services, support and advice on wellbeing, relationships, behaviour, attendance, attainment, motivation, confidence building, housing, financial and signposting to other agencies for other support as required, plus regular contact throughout the student’s time in college and during all college holidays.
The project is part financed by the European Social Fund through Welsh Government.
Pembrokeshire College’s Careers & Guidance Advisors can support you with your progression; whether you need help with identifying your ambitions, knowing how to get to where you want to be, or simply researching your options. Our friendly advisors are here to help you. Visit them in the Admissions Office or drop them an email.
Our Wellbeing Team are here to help you get the most out of your College experience. We have a wide variety of support services including a nurse, counsellors, employment bureau, chaplain, youth worker, TogetherAll (website offering online support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year) plus much more. Visit The Hwb (at the top of the stairs in the atrium) to find out about the support available and how to access it.