There are many different travel options for getting to our campus, including bus routes and car parking. Whether you choose to take the bus, drive, or try a different mode of transportation, it’s important to plan ahead and know what to expect so you can arrive on campus safely and on time.
Please use this link for a Travel Bursary Application forms.office.com/Travel Bursary Application
It’s around a 25 minute walk from Scunthorpe’s train station to our North Lindsey campus. With regular trains to and from the station from towns and cities around the region and beyond, travelling via train is another easy option for getting to us.
Our transport scheme means that students can travel for only £2.50 per week. This might be free depending on your financial circumstances.
You don’t need to worry about how you will get to College. Our students can access routes covering a wide range of areas including Scunthorpe, Gainsborough, Grimsby, Immingham, Goole, Barton, Axholme, Cleethorpes, Brigg and everywhere in-between.
If you are age between 16 to 18 and live over 3 miles from us, your bus transport is only £90 for the year. If you’re eligible for Financial Assistance, you could even get this refunded making it a free pass!
If you are over 19 and live over 3 miles from us, you do not qualify for a bus pass however we can support you with the travel costs through the College’s Financial Assistance Fund. We can support with bus/ train tickets, or petrol costs dependant on your mode of transport.
If you’re unsure about the route you need to take, how to apply for your bus pass or have any other concerns about travel please get in touch!