About The Hub
Doncaster College's multi-million pound Waterfront
campus opened in September 2006, giving students access to some of
the best educational facilities in the country. The Hub offers a
wide variety of higher and further education courses at the
The building, jointly funded by the College, the Learning and Skills Council
just under two years to build, employing more than 2,500 builders.
Students benefit from some of the best
educational facilities around, including a 100-seat lecture
theatre, a 200-seat drama studio and a huge two-floor Learning Resource Centre packed with IT
Leading edge technology is at the heart of the
building - interactive whiteboards and projectors are in almost
every classroom, video clips are streamed into classrooms via a
network and plasma screens welcome students at entrances, informing
them of the latest College news and
Students are also able to study in a very
relaxed way with comfy seating, computer zones and seminar rooms
making up the new, improved Learning Resource
But as well as a place to learn, this campus
is a place to relax, too. People are able to unwind at the Spa
Treatment Centre, which includes a sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi.
They can even get a makeover at the on-site hairdressers,
beautician and nail salon. The campus is also home to a gym
sporting the very latest in fitness equipment.
There is also a range of catering options for
every taste. Food is freshly produced by the students, for the
students, offering a range of foods in two great restaurants.
The College offers a range of courses,
including degrees and professional studies. For more information on
courses offered at the College, click here
or call 0800 358 7575.
Doncaster College's £65 million Waterfront campus opened in
September 2006, giving students access to some of the best
educational facilities in the country
The building, jointly funded by the College, the Learning and
Skills Council and Doncaster Council, took just under two years to
build, employing more than 2,500 builders
Includes some of the best educational facilities in the country.
The College was the first college in the country to have
The main Foodhall has been specially designed to give students
lots of space to learn. Study kitchens with the latest equipment
are linked into the main service area.
The 200-seat drama studio has played host to many events such as
BBC Radio 4's Any Questions and lots of student drama
The huge two-floor Learning Resource Centre allows students
access to thousands of books and other media. Almost 200 computers
are available for students.
Used as the Student Common Room, and other events such as
conferences, student gigs, and the CAMRA Beer Festival.
The hall can be transformed into an entertainment venue. Chris
Moyles brought his Radio One crew to The Hub in 2007.
There are hundreds of computers at The Hub and most classrooms
have an interactive whiteboard or projector.
Comprising of a fully-equipped gym, aerobics studio and sports
hall. This is currently free to all staff and students.
Flowers @ The Hub is open to the public with both traditional
and contemporary designs on sale for all occasions.
The Hub is also home to our state of the art Inspire Salon & Spa, open to
the public for treatments delivered by trainee practitioners.
The on-site shop caters for all student needs, selling
newspapers, magazines, educational equipment, food, drink and much
There are two main lecture theatres at The Hub, catering for up
to 100 students.
The facilities available provide our students with a realistic
working environment for them to practice their skills. For more
info see don.ac.uk/waterfront.
The Hub's engineering department houses some of the best
facilities in the region.
These courses have run for more than 40 years, with mock rooms
for providing vocational skills practice for apprentices.
Students get real hands-on experience with a variety of cars and
The Hub is home to a large workshop where students get access to
industry standard equipment.
Our Arts department provides large, bright spaces to art
students, along with printing presses, photographic studios and
Open Days run throughout the year and
guided tours are available on request.