ASC (Advice Support Careers)
ASC (Advice Support Careers) offers impartial advice on student finance, careers, course guidance, future study options and employment applications. If you are considering a programme of study you can contact ASC advisers to discuss financial support, your career plans and aspirations. They also offer support whilst on your programme of study if you are concerned about any personal issues including mental health.
Our well-qualified and experienced specialist staff offer drop-in sessions for quick queries or appointments for more in-depth discussion.
For more details on our Statement of Service please click here
We aim to ensure that equality of opportunity is available for all regardless of age, class, creed, disability, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, nationality, political belief or sexual orientation.
Find out about how to get in touch with ASC, and the times we are open in College.
ASC offers confidential and impartial funding and welfare advice for all College learners and people considering studying at New College Durham.
Professionally trained Counsellor will offer you an opportunity to talk to someone in a confidential setting, who will not judge you.
Our specialist advisers are available to give practical help on Careers, Course Planning and Job Search.
The LDC will help provide personal support on a one-to-one basis covering a range of issues including mediation, smoking cessation, concerns about bullying, drugs & alcohol and Student Union activities.
More details on our information and resources
The Careers Programme shows the careers and activities you can expect whilst studying at New College Durham.