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Myerscough College's Principal and Chief Executive is Alison Robinson.

Myerscough College Further Education Corporation is committed to its stewardship of the College and upholds strongly its legal responsibilities and furthering Myerscough as a leader in land based education in the United Kingdom. All of the Governors who serve on the Corporation are committed to Myerscough and acting in the best interests of the College.

The Corporation is a legal body constituted under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992 and consists of 20 members from all walks of life and a cross section of the community which it serves, including staff and two students from College. In business terms it equates to a board of directors in a company.

Under the current Articles of Government the Corporation is responsible for:

  • the determination and periodic review of the educational character and mission of the institution and for the oversight of its activities;
  • approving the quality strategy of the institution;
  • the effective and efficient use of resources, the solvency of the institution and the Corporation and for safeguarding their assets;
  • approving annual estimates of income and expenditure;
  • the appointment, grading, suspension, dismissal and determination of the pay and conditions of service of the holders of senior posts and the Clerk, including, where the Clerk is, or is to be appointed as, a member of staff, the Clerk’s appointment, grading, suspension, dismissal and determination of pay in the capacity as a member of staff; and
  • setting a framework for the pay and conditions of service of all other staff.

The following links provide further information regarding the current structure of the Corporation and its committees. Some of the links open Portable Document Format (PDF) files.

College Documents, Policies and Procedures

Further Education

Further Education Bursary Policy

Higher Education 

Higher Education Student Transfers

Student Protection Plan

Higher Education Tuition Fees Policy 2021-2022

Higher Education Tuition Fees Policy 2020-2021

Higher Education Tuition Fees Policy 2019-2020

Higher Education Tuition Fees Policy 2018-2019

Higher Education Tuition Fee Table 2018/19

Higher Education Tuition Fee Table 2019/20

Higher Education Tuition Fee Table 2020/21​

Higher Education Tuition Fee Table 2021/22​​

Higher Education Bursary Policy

Higher Education Course Changes and Closures Policy and Procedure

Higher Education Student Handbook

Residency and Safeguarding Documents

Residency Statement of Principles and Practice

Allocation of Accommodation

Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy and Procedure
- Addendum to Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy: Covid-19 

Personal Care Policy and Procedure

Staying Safe Online And Use Of Mobile Technology Policy And Procedure

General College Policies and Procedures

Academic Misconduct Policy And Procedure

Alcohol, Drugs and Other Intoxicating Substances Policy and Procedure

Appealing Against Assessment Decisions Policy and Procedure

CCTV Policy and Procedure

Complaints Policy and Procedure

Data Protection Policy and Procedure

Examination Access Arrangements Policy And Procedure

Extenuating Circumstances for Higher and Further Education Students

Health and Safety Policy

FREDIE Policy and Procedure

Freedom of Speech Code of Practice

Fitness to Study Policy

Inclusive Learning Policy and Procedure

Management and Monitoring of Student Absence

Positive Behaviour Policy And Procedure

Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Procedure

SEND Policy And Procedure

Student Acceptable Use Of IT Resources Policy And Procedure

Student Admissions Policy and Procedure

Student Support and Welfare Policy and Procedure

Teaching, Learning and Assessment Policy and Procedure

Recognition of Prior Learning Policy and Procedure

Student Charter

Whistleblowing Policy and Procedure

Withdrawal, Break in Learning and Transfer of FE, Apprentices and HE Students Policy and Procedure

Policies and Procedures regarding Careers Advice for Students

Provider Access Policy

MyFuture 2018-2022 Strategy

On Programme Careers Support Information


Procurement Policy

Procurement Strategy

Sub-Contractor Supply Chain Fees and Charges Policy and Procedure


Access to Information

The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) 2000 gives a general right of access to recorded information held by public authorities; sets out exemptions from that right and places a number of obligations on public authorities.

Myerscough College has adopted the new Model Publication Scheme for Colleges of Further Education effective from 1st January 2009 as approved by the Information Commissioner’s Office.

Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane

Our information is regularly updated - if you have any queries, please contact the Data Protection Officer. If you require any of our documents or policies in larger print then please call 01995 642222 or email our Enquiries Team.