There are various annual events that take place throughout the College year for students from both campuses to get involved in, whether you want to help organise or simply take time out from studying and meet new friends.
Sometimes events offer students the opportunity to take to the stage and perfom, at other times they are inter-school sporting events to bring out your competitive side and allow you to compete for your department!
Here are just a few examples of the events taking place throughout the year that you can look forward to...
This event takes place at the beginning of term in the area outside the Westminster building. Students can make the most of the last of the summer weather by enjoying BBQ food and watching live entertainment onstage.
Students enjoy live music at the 2010 Welcome BBQ
FCoT's Got Talent
Have you got what it takes to become Farnborough College's next 'big thing'? Fast becoming one of the most popular events on the college calendar, FCoT's Got Talent gives students the chance to perform in the College Theatre. Auditions take place in front of a live audience and panel of judges, before culminating in a final, where the winner is decided by text vote.
Moment of truth for the FCoT's Got Talent 2012 finalists
Great Mall Run
This inter-school sporting event takes place in the College Mall which is the largest corridor of any educational establishment at over 300 metres long! Each school enters a team of runners to compete for the fastest time to run from one end to the other.
2009 Great Mall Run
Tug of War
The Westminster lawn area fills with cheering students as each school battles in a grueling process of elimination to become Tug of War champions.
Student electricians were the winners of the 2011 Tug of War
Row to France
This inter-school event invites students and staff to compete in teams and row the distance to Calais, an impressive 42,400m in the fastest possible time, on rowing machines which are set up in the Plaza.
Construction students from Aldershot College winning Row to France in 2011 for the second consecutive year