Library and Collections
Falmouth has two libraries one at each campus, both of which are open to the public during certain time periods. Tremough Campus Library is shared with the University of Exeter however library staff are employed by Falmouth University. As well as taught academic collections the library holds a number of Archives and Special Collections:
- Bill Douglas and Peter Jewel Film Collection
- Camborne School of Mines Historical Records
- Cornish Poetry Collection
- Institute of Cornish Studies Archive Collection
- Map Collection
- Nick Darke Archive
- Patrick Gale: manuscript and unpublished works.
Falmouth Campus, Woodlane holds the art and design collections.
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