|Motto||Achieve To Succeed|
|Principal||Laraine Smith OBE|
|Chairman of the Governors||Maud Tyler|
|DfE URN||130446 Tables|
|Ages||16–no upper age limit|
Uxbridge College has spent heavily on its buildings, facilities and IT systems, spending £38 million over the last 12 years. Facilities include the £5 million Mall and teaching centre completed in September 2006, the £6.3 million Technical Institute, its professional-level hair and beauty salons, and training kitchens.
On the Uxbridge campus the Mall offers conference and classroom facilities alongside a coffee and relaxation area. It also houses student and learning support services and includes private offices for confidential meetings.
The Hayes Community Campus offers purpose-built facilities including professional level hair and beauty salons, a theatre for dance and drama performances, a nursery and a multi-gym.
The London Borough of Hillingdon has refurbished Uxbridge Lido which is now incorporated into a brand new sport and leisure centre with a 50m indoor swimming pool adjacent to Uxbridge College and Hillingdon Athletics Stadium called the Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex.
In 2010, Laraine Smith, principal of the college, was appointed an OBE for her services to further education.
In 2011, Uxbridge College launched a new sports department which includes a brand new gymnasium, a £6 million sports hall, lounge area and two new 5-a-side football pitches with third generation turf and tarmac.
Following a one-week visit in May, inspectors from the government's education inspection body have reported that the college is an 'Outstanding' college.
Educational and learning partnerships
- University of Greenwich
- Brunel University
- Kingston University
- Bucks New University
- University of West London
- University of Westminster
- "Hillingdon Sports and Leisure Complex".
- "Uxbridge College Principal Awarded OBE". Uxbridge Gazette. January 2010. Retrieved 9 November 2011.