YORK College had to close to students and staff today (May 5) following internal flood damage.

But, after an assessment, the college in Sim Balk Lane now looks set to reopen again to most students tomorrow.

The exceptions to this are Higher Education students as well as those on Access, Adult and Pathways courses who will have access to online teaching.

In a statement on social media the college said that timetable changes for 16-18 students will be accessible through student logins later today.

It's not known at this point what caused the flooding.

The current college building opened its doors for the first time back in September 2007. It cost £60 million to build and caters for about 9,000 students from across York, North and East Yorkshire, of whom about 3,500 are aged 16-19, as well as about 800 staff.