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Falmouth University College

Student Involvement

FXU Societies

Visit the FXU website to find out which societies are running this year and join forces with other students who are all actively campaigning towards a greener future.


"FXU BeeSoc is open to anyone with an interest in our small, stripey friends."

For more information contact the current president at or visit their Facebook page.


"EcoSoc is one of the largest and most active societies on the campus with regular wildlife related activities as well as social events...We also offer chances to gain identification and survey skills as well as relevant volunteering opportunities around Cornwall."

For more information visit their Facebook page.

Renewable Energy and Sustainability Society (RESS)

"RESS is for those with an interest in green technologies and sustainability initiatives. We hope to offer a platform for networking and connecting with like-minded individuals within the university and degree courses. RESS also aims to give its members the opportunity to attend presentations conducted by industry professionals, participate in sustainability themed field trips and engage in environmental projects on campus."

For more information visit their Facebook page.

Life Magazine

"Life is the nature magazine of the Cornwall campus, showcasing cutting edge research with stunning photography...written and produced by students from both institutions, it is a real collaboration between the Universities."

For more information, email or visit their Facebook page.

The Wild Documentary Society

"A society that gives students the opportunity to learn about how to get a career in wildlife film-making. We've organised some really cool talks and we're sorting out some workshops starting from September and we'll be working towards some really interesting filming projects too."

For more information visit their Facebook group.

Vegetarian & Vegan Society

"A society that gives vegetarians and vegans a forum to discuss ethical and healthy living. The aim is to promote a healthy , cheap lifestyle, including new and exciting ways of cooking."

Homegrown Society

The Homegrown Society not only allows students to grow their own food on the campus, the allotment site has become a strong social group and the heart of the Green Living Project on the Penryn Campus.  The society has brought together a large group of likeminded students that previously would have had no contact, and has generated a lot of interest from both students and staff. 

Find out more here

Summer Ball 2019

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