Our Homefield Road campus (often referred to as 'the main college building') is the largest of our campuses and we're proud to have been based at this site since 1971 when we were known as the 'Isle of Man College'.
facilities (for students studying at all campuses):
Students from all our campuses can access the facilities at our Homefield Road campus:
- Treat yourself to breakfast, fill up at lunchtime and enjoy your breaks in our cafeteria #2
- Access support from our friendly Student Services team, staff in the Academic Support Centre or book an appointment with the Employability & Skills Coordinator
- Utilise the computers, books, study spaces and borrow a laptop from the Library
Areas open to the public:
How to find us:
Driving along Glencrutchery Road heading towards Onchan - after you pass through the Grandstand take the next left onto Greenfield Road. Continue all the way to the top of the road, turning right on to Homefield Road. Take the first left into our car park.
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Staff and visitor parking is available to the left and at the front of the entrance. There is a limited amount of student parking at the rear of the building (Baillie Scott wing) so we encourage students to park at Thie Ushtey campus.
Please visit the Isle of Man Bus and Rail website for further information.
Our current reception opening times are:
Monday 8.30am – 5pm
Tuesday 8.30am – 7.15pm
Wednesday 8.30am - 7.15pm
Thursday 8.30am – 5pm
Friday 8.30am – 5pm
Please note, during holidays we’re open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm
All visitors must check in at Reception.
Parking: we have several disabled spaces which are located outside the front of the building (which has a ramp up to the reception), by the Ballie Scott wing and the Annie Gill entrance.
Toilets: disabled toilets are located on the ground and first floors.
Lift access: we have lift access to the second floor, in the Annie Gill and Ballie Scott wings. We are currently improving corridor access between Henry Loch and Ballie Scott wings.
As part of the continued development of our facilities we’re regularly looking at ways to improve the accessibility of our campuses to meet the demands of our students. Students with additional accessibility needs have a Personal Emergency Evacuation Plan (PEEP) in the unlikely event of a fire, and where we need to we’ll make changes to accommodate them in the delivery of their course.