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Truro College is a purpose-built campus located to the west of the city. Across 13 main buildings, the campus offers excellent, modern facilities designed around the needs of our students.

getting here

The College can be reached by both public buses and our own bus service, which will drop you off inside the College grounds before the day starts at 9.15am and pick you up at the end of the day after 4.15pm. College staff are on hand at both drop-off and pick-up times to help students.

For more details about the bus pass scheme and bus routes and timetables, please visit our transport page.

Free car parking is available at the Truro campus but students must apply for a permit and conditions do apply.

Students are encouraged to take the healthy choice where possible and walk or cycle to College. The campus has cycle storage, a free cycle maintenance facility and showers for students to use.

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Additional information

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

Our Learning Centres provide a range of learning environments for quiet work, group work and access to support from experienced staff. There are print resources available for loan and an expanding collection of online resources.

Truro and Penwith College is the first Further Education Contributing Library in the UK to use the SUNCAT database, which enables researchers, students, librarians and others to locate serials held in libraries across the UK in a national library catalogue.

Learning Services staff can advise you on accessing print and online resources, support you with using computers, and help with study skills. There are open-access computers in each Learning Centre and wireless internet is available across campus.

Contact Learning Services (Renewals and Enquiries) on 01872 267094 or email learningservices@truro-penwith.ac.uk

View the library catalogue

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Truro College
College Road
Truro
Cornwall
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