Ayr College

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Ayr College
Ayrcoll logo.jpg
Principal Diane Rawlinson
Location Royal Burgh of Ayr, Scotland
55°27′36″N 4°37′10″W / 55.4601°N 4.6195°W / 55.4601; -4.6195Coordinates: 55°27′36″N 4°37′10″W / 55.4601°N 4.6195°W / 55.4601; -4.6195
Campus Dam Park, Ayrshire I.T Business & Design Centre, Cumnock Community College, Carrick Buildings, Girvan.
Colors Blue
Mascot Cat
Website http://www.ayrcoll.ac.uk/

Ayr College was a college in the Royal Burgh of Ayr, Scotland, situated on the banks of the River Ayr, Dam Park. Since 2013 it has been a campus of the new Ayrshire College.


Ayr College offer a range of courses in various curriculum areas including:

  • Access to Further & Higher Education
  • Social Sciences
  • Supportive Education
  • Health Care, Social Care & Early Years
  • Engineering
  • Construction
  • Business, Accounting & Finance
  • Administration, Management & Tourism
  • Computing & IT
  • Assessor Verifier Units
  • Visual Arts
  • Music Technology
  • Performing Arts
  • Hospitality
  • Fashion & Textiles
  • Flexible Learning

Mission Statement[edit]


To be one of Scotland’s leading colleges


To play a key role in economic, social and cultural change through provision of high quality innovative learning and engagement in knowledge exchange.


Ayr College is committed to the provision of the best possible experience for our learners. As a testament to this, we have achieved a number of Quality Standards including :

  • Scottish Qualifications Authority Approved Centre
  • Investors in People

Student Association[edit]

The Student Association is the representative organisation for students within Ayr College. It is run by students for students and its aims are to maintain and improve the student experience and facilities, both within the College and on a national level through affiliated membership of the National Union of Students (NUS).

Website Hack 2011[edit]

As of 2nd of October the Ayr College website had been hacked by a group called HaCkEr*BoYs ! T34M from Syria. About 3 hours later at midnight the site has been restored and appears to be functioning correctly. There has been no Official statement about this issue released.


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