For more information, view our accommodation policies.
If you’re going to live in Glasney Student Village you will need to complete the online induction before moving in. The induction includes important information about your residence, health and safety during your stay and the support services available to you. It is compulsory and must be completed before you can pick up your keys.
A link to the induction will be sent out during August to everyone who has accepted their offer of accommodation. Once you have completed the induction you will be asked to book an arrival date and time slot. You must book a date and time to arrive at your residence in advance; numbers are limited per time slot so we recommend you complete your induction and book your arrival as soon as you receive the email.
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CRM Students will contact you directly with information on how to book your arrival date and time slot, aand also send you a map and directions prior to arrival. Please contact CRM Students directly if you have any questions at email@example.com or 01326 591011.
Arriving early or late
Unfortunately it’s not possible to arrive earlier than the dates listed above. It’s possible to arrive later, but please be aware you’ll be charged from the date stated on your contract.
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Free parking will be available during the arrival dates and times. Normal parking charges will apply outside of these dates. You can find out more about how these work, including hourly charges, on our parking page.
Once you have checked in and collected your keys you will be given an unload permit which will allow you to park your car at a designated area within the Glasney Student Village. You will have a maximum of 2 hours to unload the car, after which it will need to be moved back to the main car park. If you have two cars with you to unload you will only be permitted to take one car down at a time.
You will only be able to take your car into Glasney Student Village once for unloading. If you need to visit the shops to get groceries we advise that you do this before arrival or park at the main car park and walk your shopping down.
Allowances are made for Blue Badge holders.
CRM Students will send further information out regarding the arrivals process and parking.
Halls of Residence Handbook
- Download a PDF version of the halls of residence handbook
What to bring
Standard items vary in each residence, and some also have different bed sizes. Please check your accommodation offer for information on what will be in your room. We suggest you wait until you arrive to buy cleaning equipment or shared kitchen items.
Bedding and Kitchen Starter Packs
You can order bedding and kitchen equipment from UniKitOut, reducing the amount of items you need to bring with you. These will be sent to your residence in time for your arrival.
- Choose your kit
- Fill in your details, including your name and student ID
- Add your delivery address. You will need to select ‘Falmouth Exeter Student’. ‘Glasney Lodge’ is the default delivery address, but you can type in a different address if you live off campus.
- Choose a delivery date
- Use discount code FX10 for 10% off all orders
What not to bring
Please read your contract or residence handbook for rules and regulations on prohibited items. Prohibited items will be confiscated and returned to you at the end of your accommodation agreement.
If you have any queries please contact the Accommodation Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We advise booking supermarket deliveries outside of the arrival times. During arrivals weekend delivery vans will not be permitted entry to Glasney Student Village.
We are unable to allow any guests in residences for the first two weeks. If parents, relatives or friends are accompanying you they will need to book accommodation elsewhere. Falmouth and Penryn has lots of hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and hostels and many advertise via Visit Falmouth.