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Falmouth University College

New Students - Falmouth University

The Falmouth University community is spread over two campuses - Penryn and Falmouth, which are connected by frequent bus services and a train line.  We offer a variety of accommodation in Penryn and Falmouth.

Please see the Halls of Residence page for full information on our halls of residence and information about costs and contract lengths.

The Accommodation Guide below provides information about the application and offer process. Click on the image below to view the guide.

Accommodation 2019 - 2020

Applications are processed on a first come first served basis on the date and time of your application. Offers of accommodation will be subject to availability. 

The option of accommodation that you can apply for is;

- Shared studybed en-suite (sharing with one other student)*

*all students in shared occupancy rooms will automatically be placed on a waiting list for a single occupancy room in one of our owned or managed residences

Any students with medical or welfare conditions should contact the Accommodation Team on 01326 253639 before making an application to discuss suitable options.

Applications can be made via Room Service. 

To be able to apply for accommodation you must have firmly accepted a course offer with Falmouth University as your first choice.

All applicants should read our Application and Allocation Policy here.

How to Apply

Please watch the below video for information about how to make an application for accommodation:

Private accommodation

There is still availability in the private sector and  the Accommodation Office is on hand to guide and support you in finding accommodation.

To find private accommodation, you can use the Cornwall Student Pad website

To meet other students searching for accommodation and form groups to share houses with, we recommend our Find a Student Housemate Facebook group

03 December 2019


Hundreds of trees have been planted at Penryn Campus as part of the Woodland Trust’s Big Climate Fightback.