Travelling to College
In line with our unrelenting commitment to the protection of our environment, the College encourages students to use public transport, and works with local transport operators to give students more convenient access to services.
We endeavour to keep this page as up to date as possible but transport operators are within their rights to alter any of these services, you are therefore advised to check details about transport before making a purchase.
Students living in Surrey and aged 16-18 have previously been able to purchase an annual Student Fare Card. This offered reduced fares on train and /or bus travel for journeys to and from College. These Fare Cards will now expire on 31st August 2023 and will be replaced by the Surrey LINK card.
Students living in Surrey, aged 20 and under, can apply for a Surrey LINK card. This offers half price bus travel on single & return tickets for any bus journey that starts and/or finishes in Surrey. The LINK card is free. For more information or to apply, visit:
Travel by Train
There is a rail card for 16-17 year olds that provides a 50% discount off all rail travel. You will need to purchase the card via .
The College is around 15 minutes walking distance of Godalming train station, which is on the main Waterloo to Portsmouth line with services operated by South Western Railway (SWR). For details of timetables and discounts available see
Travelling by bus
Stagecoach operates a Unirider bus service for 51福利社. Tickets purchased in advance include reduced price travel across the network during term time. For online ticket sales visit
Compass bus offers discounted travel on Student Term Tickets when used in conjunction with the Surrey Student Fare Card. For online ticket sales visit .
07.30 Ewhurst, Bulls Head
07.45 Cranleigh, Stockland Square
07.56 Alfold Crossways, Bus Shelter
08.03 Dunsfold Village Hall
08.10 Hascombe Fountain
08.17 Busbridge, Godalming, Home Farm Road
07.35 Rowly, Rowly Drive
07.42 Shamley Green, Red Lion
07.45 Wonersh, Grantley Arms
07.52 Shalford, Poplar Road
07:55 Peasmarsh Filling Station
07:57 Farncombe, Kings Road
07.11 Aldershot, Arthur Street (Stop B)
07:04 North Town, White Lion
7:11 Badshot Lea Cemetry
07:23 Farnham Sports Centre (Stop F)
07.29 Farnham Station (Tilford Rd)
07.49 Elstead Green
07.56 Shackleford Post Office
08.12 Godalming, Bridge Street (stop D) and walk up Holloway Hill
06.38 Midhurst (Stand B)
06.45 Henley Common, The Kings Arms
06.48 Fernhurst Village Hall
06.54 Camelsdale Bridge
07:00 Shottermill Lion Green
07:05 Haslemere High Stree (Stop A)
07.09 Grayswood Church
07:19 Witley, The Star
07:23 Milford Church
07.33 Godalming (Flambard Way (Stop C) and walk up Holloway Hill.
Later bus leaving at 07:55 arrives in Godalming at 09:09
07.25 Haslemere Town Hall (stop C)
7:29 Ansteadbrook, Petworth Road
07:37 Chiddingfold, Crown Inn
07.43 Witley Station Approach
07.53 Milford Church
08.03 Godalming, Flambard Way (stop C) and walk up Holloway Hill
08:28 Godalming (Inn on the Lake)
*see also 43 service
The College has 220 spaces available for students parking on-site. As this is limited, priority for permits is given to those students who:
- Live more than 1 ½ miles from the College
- Live more than 1 ½ miles from a railway station
- Are committed car sharers or who have a disability/medical condition
- Are Upper Sixth Students
Only safe drivers will be allowed on the campus. In order to park you must register your car details with College security.
Motorbike and moped spaces are provided and cycle racks are available for 50 bicycles and showers and lockers are available in the Sports Centre.
Disabled parking bays can be found at main entrances to the College and the campus is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
Support for students in financial hardship is available from the Bursary Fund.
Travelling on the College buses
College buses operate from Farnham, Hindhead, Liphook, Rake, Bordon, Headley and Grayshott. More information about the College Buses can be found here
Please note that to make it possible for the College to provide these services we require commitment to pay for the full academic year. Also that the Surrey Fare Pass can only be used on public transport and not on the College buses.