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At John Ruskin College we want to provide you with a secure environment for you to go about your studies. We ask you to follow a few simple guidelines to ensure this happens.


ID cards are supplied to all students registered on a programme and are valid for one academic year. It is mandatory for everyone on College grounds to wear and display their ID card at all times. Failure to produce your ID card may result in you being asked to leave College premises. The card is also required prior to sitting your exams.

If you do forget your ID card, you will be able to gain entrance to the College with a temporary ID card from Reception.

Please note: there is a charge of £5 for a temporary ID card.

The College has a CCTV system that is monitored and recorded.


There is no available parking for students on the College campus. Permits might be issued, on application, to holders of disabled badge holders and students with special circumstances.

The College has designated disabled parking spaces. Please ensure that you only park there if you are displaying a valid disabled parking badge. Only declared medical conditions supported by medical evidence and a medical risk assessment.

Parking of mopeds and motorcycles aren't permitted at the allocated spaces. Cycle racks are also available.

We advise that cars and cycles should be kept securely locked, and valuables removed.  The College can accept no liability or responsibility for damage to vehicles or contents brought on to any of its sites.

As personal possessions are your responsibility, we advise you to consider personal possession insurance that would also cover educational visits and work experience.

Please hand any lost property that you may find on site to our Reception staff.

Address: John Ruskin College, Selsdon Park Road, South Croydon, CR2 8JJ

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