Two college buildings in Inverness are to close their doors for the final time this Friday.
The historic Midmills building and the former Longman campus of Inverness College UHI are to finally shut down.
The closures are ahead of the college’s move to it’s £50million new home at Inverness Campus, with the flagship building due to open to staff next Tuesday.
The first students will be welcomed to the new building on Monday, August 17 for the new academic year.
Diane Rawlinson, principal and chief executive at Inverness College UHI, said: “As the newest educational facility in Scotland, our new home at Inverness Campus presents an inspiring, modern learning environment equipped with everything today’s students need.
“Our move from Longman and Midmills, which are no longer fit for purpose, spells a new chapter in the story of Inverness College UHI. We are very excited about welcoming our students to their new campus from the 17th, many of whom will be starting college or university for the first time.
“We also look forward to working with businesses and the wider community from our new base as we continue to grow our further and higher education offering, which today attracts students from across the globe.”