Our libraries aim to help and support you during your studies at Fife College. Our skilled staff can help you identify the resources you need, both from existing stock and online sources.


Campus libraries are stocked with a wide range of resources, books, eBooks, journals and much more. These have been chosen to support your course. We also have a small fiction collection.  All of our libraries have a range of study spaces, including IT areas.


Where are the campus libraries?



​Location on Campus


​Halbeath Library

First floor, Halbeath Campus

​Kirkcaldy ​

​St Brycedale Library

​Ground floor, St Brycedale Campus


​Stenton Library

​Ground floor, Learning Centre, Stenton Campus


​Rosyth Library

​Ground floor, Rosyth Campus


What services and resources are available?

We have a wide range of services to support all aspects of the College curriculum:

  • Books, both lending and reference, all listed on our online catalogue

  • eBooks accessible in College and from home;

  • Journals and newspapers; a range of print copies together with online access through InfoTrac and Emerald (online journal/newspaper services);

  • PC drop-in areas with Internet access, Microsoft Office, specialist software such as Text Help.

  • Printers, scanners and colour printing are available;

  • A range of online resources, guides and leaflets are all available on the Library page of iLearn, accessible in College and from home;

  • Photocopying, laminating, binding, as well as a range of stationery including art sketchbooks are for sale;

  • Access to study spaces including a quiet study room at Halbeath Library and quiet study areas at St Brycedale and Stenton;

  • Wifi access for laptops and mobile devices.

Not all services are available at all sites. Campus library staff will be able to provide further details.