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St. Vincent College seeks to help students from lower income households with the cost of going to college by helping to cover essential course related costs. The college can provide access to funds which students can use to purchase:
Discounted bus pass
Refund ferry tickets
Lunch card (where applicable)
Exam Fees (where applicable)
Travel costs to Work Placement
If you are in Local Authority Care or, living independently or receive Disabled Support Allowance/PIP and Employment Support Allowance you will be eligible to a grant of £1200.00 a year. Please note the cost of the bus pass and the daily use of the lunch card will be deducted every term.
If you need another application or require some information about how to apply please call our Office on 023 9260 3557 and a member of staff will be happy to assist you.
You can print off an application from the link below. We encourage you to complete and return your applications as soon as possible to enable funding to be allocated before the start of the academic year.
St Vincent Financial Support Scheme (16-19)
If you are entitled to, financial support and live over one mile from college you will receive bus pass.
Free Meals (16-19)
If you are entitled and meet the criteria, you will receive a lunch card worth £3.50 daily to use in the college refectory or Costa.
St Vincent Financial Support Scheme (19+)
All students aged 19+ who are eligible for financial support and live over one mile from college will receive a bus pass.
The entitlement cannot be carried over to the next term, nor can it be redeemed for cash.
Other 16 – 19 students
All students may apply for a discounted bus pass.
Students with Learning Difficulties may be eligible for free transport, subject to meeting Hampshire County Council’s SEN criteria. Please contact the School of Personalised Learning for more information.
Portsmouth students will be eligible for free ferry tickets for the academic year.