Studying at College is a great time to meet new people and socialise! As you’ll know, this year at Fife College will be a year like no other, in many ways – but we couldn’t let a global pandemic stop us from offering up fun and exciting activities to help you settle in and make friends.

The Fife College Students’ Association (FCSA) has moved as many activities as possible to digital platforms.

They have an exciting array of clubs and societies currently set up for students that you can participate in virtually. Have a look to see if any take your interest

  • FCSA Film Club
  • FCSA Book Club
  • FCSA Mindful Yoga Club
  • FCSA Green Club
  • FCSA Video Gamers Club
  • FCSA Dungeons and Dragons Club

Once Scottish Government guidance allows it, students will also be able to take part in a wide range of sports that are on offer, including the opportunity to compete in national competitions.



Students can stay up to date with all the FCSA clubs and societies through the TOTUM app, FCSA social media pages, including Facebook, YouTube and Instagram, as well as the FCSA website. Find out more about all of these things directly on the Student Association page.

Visit the Student Association page



Were you hoping to take part in Freshers events? Good news, you still can!

The FCSA is finalising the plans for several exciting Freshers events that will take place virtually, with some opportunities to meet other students in person (social distancing rules will apply). Find out more about Freshers here.

Student Life FAQs

Yes you can, we would encourage all students to connect with FCSA and classmates to help you settle in to College life. The FCSA has social media pages and you can find out more information on the FCSA webpage.

Your NEC card will be posted to your home address. Make sure we have your correct address and that you have uploaded a student photo. Check on your student portal for information about how to upload a photo. 

We understand some students may be concerned about returning to their home address for the Christmas period, if they have been staying elsewhere during term-time. 

The Scottish Government have created a webpage to provide information and answers to some frequently asked questions, including the steps to follow if you plan to return home for Christmas. Click here to visit the dedicated webpage.