Lockdown: Two Weeks In

Aimee Latham works hard at Social Bite

A little over two weeks since West Lothian College suspended all face-to-face teaching and the government set a nationwide lockdown, support staff, lecturers and students have all put a tremendous amount of effort to ensure studies continue with as little disruption as possible, all while still finding time to support their community.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) Update

Please be aware that the college is still open virtually for online teaching, support, applications and other key services. The campus remains closed until further notice.

We are still #virtuallyopen and here to support you during this period.

Details on the start date for 2020/21 courses, including FAQs can be found here:

Start date for College courses 2020/21

Watch our message from the Principal video here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utIzC1W0_eg&t=9s 

For more information about teaching arrangements, student finance and support visit: www.west-lothian.ac.uk/news-events/latest-news/coronavirus-covid-19-update/

Students receive scholarship funding

From left to right: Vice Principal Simon Earp, Kathleen Dalyell, Mohammed Fewzi Ali Khoudja, Eszter Dorottya Gupsci and Principal Jackie Galbraith

Two West Lothian College computing students have been awarded scholarships from the Tam Dalyell STEM Legacy Fund.  

Eszter Dorottya Gupsci and Mohammed Fewzi Ali Khoudja were presented with certificates and £500 each from Kathleen Dalyell during an informal lunch with college principal Jackie Galbraith.  

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