Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 gives you the right to ask for and to be provided with information held by public authorities, including Fife College.
You can ask us for recorded information about anything including information held on paper or electronically. If we hold the information, we will supply it as long as it is not subject to one of the exemptions in the Act.
If you have queries about Freedom of Information at Fife College, please contact the Freedom of Information team, on email@example.com.
You can find out more about your rights on the website of the Scottish Information Commissioner.
How do I make a Request for Information?
Requests for information do not have to mention the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act, but they do need to be made in a recorded and permanent form.
The easiest way to make a request for information is to email firstname.lastname@example.org; or to write to the Freedom of Information Team, Fife College, Pittsburgh Road, Dunfermline KY11 8DY.
When making your request, please include your name, email address or postal address and a clear description of the information that you want.
Once a request for information has been received, we have 20 working days to supply you with your requested information or let you know why the information cannot be made available.
Fife College is also required under Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act to publish information and provide details of charges. Our publication scheme is available here:
Fife College also has a number of subsidiary dormant companies. Links to those publication schemes can be found here: