Getting to Boston College...
Boston College is supporting students by increasing its bursary qualification threshold to £32,000.
If you live in a household with an income of less than £32,000 per year, are studying at Boston College for more than 12.5 hour per week, live more than 3 miles from College and have submitted a bursary application, we will pay your transport costs. This may include Lincolnshire County Council travel pass, refund public transport tickets or 10p per mile mileage allowance. Please contact Learner on 01205 313218 to request a bursary application.
If you are 16-19 you will also need to submit a travel pass application to Lincolnshire County Council
You can do this by:
1. Applying online on the Lincolnshire County Council website at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/parents/schools/school-transport/ and...
2. Click on '16+ Transport' then 'Apply Online'
To ensure that a travel pass can be in place for the start of term, please submit your bursary application including TRA number from Lincolnshire County Council (where applicable) to the College by Thursday 12th July 2018.
Do not qualify for LCC Travel Pass?
We can offer support for those who want to come to Boston College but don’t qualify for Lincolnshire County transport, contact our Learner Services Team on 01205 313218 to find out more.
PLEASE NOTE - If you will be studying at Boston College: Spalding in Red Lion Street, Spalding, please manually type in 'Boston College: Spalding' in the section titles 'Finding your School or College'.
The full 'Home to College' transport booklet gives all the details about the cost of transport and can also be downloaded from the website.
If you have any query, or do not have internet access, please ring Lincolnshire County Council on 01522 782020 for assistance.