Whether it's a quick snack before class, a coffee with friends or a three course meal, Forth Valley College can offer something for every taste bud.
The Gallery Training Restaurant is located on the banks of the River Forth at our Stirling campus.
This stunning new restaurant offers contemporary cuisine with breath-taking views and is available for hire and private dining.
Delicious 2 or 3 course lunches served weekdays from 12 noon.
The Bistro @ The Campus at Raploch in Stirling offers tasty light bites and main meals as well as monthly themed dinners where you can expect to sample anything from African cooking to classic Italian dishes.
After sampling the great grub at Forth Valley College, the logical place to try to burn it off is at our state-of-the-art gym.
Packed with the latest cardiovascular and weight-lifting machines the fitness suite is the ideal place to work up a sweat and get fit, whether it be in a circuit programme or through spin and aerobic sessions.
The gym is open Monday to Friday, with all sessions being fully supervised.
All students will automatically become members of the Student Union. The
Student Union offers a host of benefits including social areas and chill out zones, advice and guidance on welfare issues, the chance to join clubs and much, much more. Find out more about the Student Union.
Forth Valley College has modern, fully equipped hair and beauty salons on its Alloa and Falkirk campuses and also the new state-of-the-art Salon @ the Campus at the Raploch Community Campus, Stirling.
The training and commercial salons offer learners, staff and the public a full range of hair and beauty treatments at value for money prices. Try a stylish new look by taking advantage of the latest cutting, colouring and curling techniques on offer, or treat yourself to a pampering session with beauty treatments and holistic therapies available, including manicures and Indian Head Massage. Exciting new therapies available include microdermabrasion and dermosonic cellulite treatment.
The salons are proud to sell Paul Mitchell and Dermalogica hair products.
It's free, it's for everyone and it's a five-mile-an hour speed limit at the car parks around the Forth Valley College campuses. Let's be sensible out there though when it's busy, as obstructing fire exits, emergency or delivery areas could lead to real problems. Disabled spaces are also available.
Please note that vehicles are left at owner's risk and the College cannot be held responsible for the loss or damage of a vehicle parked on College grounds.
An ATM can be found just outside the main entrance to the Falkirk campus, but you'll need to make take a trip off campus at Stirling and Alloa to source cash.
Quiet Rooms are available across all our campuses for quiet contemplation, prayer and meditation. Please contact an Information Assistant at any campus reception for more information.
Forth Valley College operates a 'No Smoking Policy'. For reasons of health as well as safety, smoking is not permitted within any of the College buildings or grounds. Students are requested to adhere to and respect this policy.
The College has undertaken risk assessments for each activity which have been developed to enable a safe working environment for all persons. The risk assessments will be explained to you during your induction, along with the student acceptable behaviour information, to protect you and others around you. Should your course include the delivery of practical activities, then these may involve wearing personal protective equipment, you must adhere to this requirement.
If you think that you may require assistance to evacuate the facility during an emergency evacuation, e.g. a disability such as a wheelchair user on an upper floor, or if you have a hearing or visual impairment, then please tell us by ticking the box on the application form. We will discuss a personal emergency evacuation plan with you.