The Accounts Office manage fees, funding, grants, battels, pay and refunds for the College community.
Who we are
Accountant – Kathryn Pocock
Assistant Accountant – Alex Messenger
Accounts (fees) & Staff payroll – Karen McNally
Battels Administrator – Angela Moore
Accounts Payable – Jane Stevens
Senior Accounts Assistant – Delia Smith-Nelson
How to find us
The Accounts Office is based in the Annex, which is on the corner of Linton Road. The entrance is by the gate from the car park which runs between the bike park area and college kitchens. Go through the gate, immediately turn right and follow the path around the building.
|All College Offices are closed on Bank Holidays.|
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