Working at the university means you have access to many of the fantastic facilities available on campus, from our extensive library collection to art galleries and onsite museum as well as cafes and shops. Find out more below:
There are two galleries at the Streatham Campus, which regularly display work by local and nationally acclaimed artists. There is no charge to visit these.
For further information please visit the Fine Art Collection webpages.
Founded in 1994, the Centre contains an enormous collection relating to the history of film and visual media. From shadow puppets to Shirley Temple dolls, from magic lanterns to Marilyn Monroe postcards, there is something to fascinate every visitor. The Centre’s museum is open free of charge to the public. Further information can be found on the Bill Douglas Centre webpages.
Streatham and St Luke’s campuses
The University's Campus Services run a variety of outlets where you can eat and drink on the Streatham and St Luke's campuses in Exeter. For more details, including locations and opening times, visit their cafes and shops page.
The Students' Guild also provide a number of eating and drinking places on the Streatham Campus in Devonshire House, as well as the Lemon Grove bar and entertainment venue in Cornwall House. See their webpages on Guild food outlets and bars for opening hours.
The Stannary is a 400-seater restaurant on campus which serves speciality coffees and a full range of hot and cold meals, from roast dinners to pasties, sandwiches, soups and salads. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner during the week, and from 11am-2pm at weekends.
For further information on food and drink at the Penryn Campus, please visit the Falmouth Exeter Plus website.
A number of daytime and evening lectures, talks and tours are open to staff to attend.
Further information about what’s on can be found on the Events pages.
The Noticeboard is an online website which allows staff and students to buy and sell items. It also advertises accommodation and events of interest.
The Payroll Giving scheme was set up by the Government in 1987 to enable anyone subject to PAYE to make donations from their pay or pension to any charity or religious organisation. The University has joined up with South West Charitable Giving in order for staff to make donations straight from their salary. For further information or to join the scheme, please visit South West Charitable Giving