Dover Technical College - Campus Facilities
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Campus Facilities

We provide a range of facilities and services to our students and staff.


Our Refectory offers a fantastic selection of hot and cold food that is great value for money. Choose from a variety of healthy meals, sandwiches, snacks, or purchase hot or cold drinks here.

All students are entitled to a free College breakfast at the Refectory between 08.15am and 08.45am.

Free College Meals – Students who live in a household where certain benefits are claimed, such as income support and JSA, may be eligible. Speak to the College Services team to find out more information.

Opening hours

Between 08.15am–3.00pm, Monday to Friday, term time only.


First floor of the Vision Building.

Student Centre

On the fourth floor of the Vision Building is our Student Centre. The Student Centre is available for use by current College students around their timetabled classes and during breaks.

Student Zone

The Student Zone is an open learning space for current students to use for independent study, with PCs and laptops, scanning, printing and internet facilities all available. This area can be found on the ground floor of the Welcome Building, located behind Reception.

There are PC's and laptops available for students and staff to use.

Opening Hours

Monday–Thursday 8.30am–5.00pm and Friday 8.30am–4.30pm. Your Hub will be unavailable for use at certain times over the year in order for events and talks to take place there - notices will be displayed to advise when this is due to happen.

The Careers and Progression Officer is based here; pop in and book an appointment (term time only). There are university prospectuses available for reference.

Well-Being Centre

Located on the 3rd floor of the Vision Building, this quiet space is open for students to use.

Opening Hours: 08.45am–4.30pm, Monday to Friday, term time only.

The Centre is available for:

  • students with emotional difficulties to see a counsellor
  • a work area for students who are unable to be in class due to emotional issues or mental health, such as anxiety or depression
  • students to discuss emotional difficulties with their progression mentor

Please visit the Centre for further details or speak to your progression mentor.