COVID-19 Passenger Transport Advice
Please read the latest guidance about school and college transport before you travel.
Travelling by Bus
Students living in Wiltshire and with a household income of less than £20,819 should apply here for the lower rate Wiltshire Council bus pass. This pass costs £266 and offers the best value for money for college travel by bus or train.
For students whose income is above this threshold, the full cost of this pass is £821 and may not be the most cost-effective option depending where you live and the number of days you need to attend college. We highly recommend checking prices for daily, weekly or termly tickets directly with the bus company that you will be using.
Students from Hampshire and Dorset aged 16 – 18 (under 19)
Students can purchase a pass for bus travel directly from the College. This is a local network Key and can be used across the network at any time. It is valid for the full academic year. Refer to the application form for details on fees and how to apply.
Local Bus Travel
The X3 route from Bournemouth to Salisbury is used by college students in Hampshire and Dorset.
Travelling by Train
Travelling by Car
Parking for students is permitted opposite the College on Southampton Road, in the council-owned Churchill Gardens car park. The College has an arrangement with the council to provide students with free parking here. However, students must display a College parking permit or they may be fined.