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4,000 NUI Galway Students Added to Electoral Register for May 22nd Referendum

A Voter Registration Drive by NUI Galway Students’ Union and NUI Galway GigSoc (NUI Galway’s LGBTQA Society) has resulted in 4,000 students being added to the supplemental register of electors. The campaign sought to register both new voters and voters wishing to change their address who might otherwise have missed out on the opportunity to have their say on 22nd May. Although Voter Registration Drives are not unusual events on campus, the Marriage Equality Referendum has attracted a huge amount of interest amongst NUI Galway students. Last year GigSoc called a referendum of NUI Galway students on the issue of marriage equality which was supported by 95% of students. Both the Students’ Union and GigSoc are confident that those figures will apply to the 4,000 students who have registered to vote and will provide a significant boost in the overall poll.

NUI Galway Students’ Union Vice-President / Education Officer Phelim Kelly said: “We are delighted to support the yes vote in the upcoming referendum. There is an overwhelming appetite for a yes vote among the student body and the Students’ Union has made every effort to accommodate its members in this referendum. Students are making it very clear that they will have their say on something they believe will change Ireland for the better. It’s very clear that students believe that marriage is something that should be made available to everyone regardless of gender or sexual orientation.” 

Gary McMahon, Communications Officer, Galway City Council said: “We had seen an unprecedented amount of registrations come in the weeks prior to the deadline especially on Tuesday May 5th. We were unable to keep track of the amount registered. To facilitate the overwhelming demand of applications to the supplemental register, a member of an Garda Síochána from Mill Street Station was present on the closing date to stamp the necessary forms. We estimate that we had at least four times the usual amount of applications to the supplemental register, and a lot of young voters in particular were adamant to get on the register for these referenda.”

ENDS

For more information, contact:

Phelim Kelly                        

Vice-President / Education Officer                                                                      

NUI Galway Students’ Union                               

Ph. 086 385 3658

Email: su.education@nuigalway.ie

SU Weekly Email 32 – 30th April 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

LAST CHANCE To Register to Vote to #MakeGráTheLaw on 22nd May

If you are still not registered to vote there is still time! We have the forms up here in the SU Office for you to fill out, get stamped at the Garda Stationand return to your City or County Council. You have until Tuesday the 5th of May to get your form to your City/County Council. DO IT!

Nepalese Earthquake Appeal  

Draíocht Society will be holding a coffee afternoon fundraiser TODAY 2.30pm-6pm in The Space upstairs in Áras na Mac Léinn. Please come along and support. They will also have a collection day in Galway on Friday 15th May in aid of the victims of the Nepalese Earthquake. Please give what you can and if you have any time to spare to help them with the collection email them on draiocht@socs.nuigalway.ie

Bus Éireann Strike This Weekend

Reminder if you are planning on heading home this weekend there is a Bus Éireann strike planned for Friday and Saturday so you might need to make new travel plans. Some websites that might help you get home: 
www.carsharing.ie
www.getthere.ie

SU Card Reminder

Remember to cash in any points on your SU Card and spend any balances before you leave for summer. You can access your SU Card account through the SU Website: https://www.su.nuigalway.ie/su-card

Although your card will still work in September, points cannot be carried forward to next year.

If you have any queries, please contact us.

Extra Study Space 2015

Mon 27th April – Sun 3rd MayArts/Science Concourse 8am-10pm

O’Flaherty Theatre, Cairnes Theatre, D’Arcy Thompson Theatre, AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, Kirwan Theatre, Larmor Theatre, Dillon Theatre, Tyndall Theatre, McMunn Theatre

Mon 4th May- Weds 13th May Arts/Science Concourse 8am-10pm

O’Flaherty Theatre, Cairnes Theatre, D’Arcy Thompson Theatre, AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, Kirwan Theatre, Larmor Theatre, Dillon Theatre, Tyndall Theatre, McMunn Theatre

Have you or someone you know left college before finishing?

We would like to know why. Please fill out the survey below. The information you provide can help us better provide for students in the future.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LNKBPSS

Connacht vs Ospreys Tickets €10

We now have €10 NUIG student tickets on sale for the last Connacht home match of the season against the Ospreys at 3pm Saturday 16th May.

Please note all lockers must be cleared out by Friday 15th May 2015

Please remember to drop your locker keys back to the Students’ Union Office by 5pm on Friday the 15th May 2015. Any items left in your locker after the 15th May 2015 will be disposed of.

Alive Certificates

You can now collect your Alive Volunteering Certificate from the SU Office Monday-Friday 10am-5pm.

Give Blood This May In Galway

Blood Donation clinics will be held 5pm-8.30pm on Tuesday 5th, Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th of May in the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit.

Tidy Towns Clean Up On Monday – Volunteers Needed

Galway City Tidy Towns clean up takes place this Monday, 4th May, at 11am, meeting at the bridge beside Millennium Children’s Playground near Galway Cathedral. Volunteers are needed to help remove paint and graffiti.

Pint of Science FREE Tickets!

Pint of Science is taking place on Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th of May in the Oslo in Salthill. There is a great line up of speakers from NUI Galway tackling the themes of Our Body and Technology & Planet Earth over the two evenings. You can register now for your free tickets for the event here.

German Photography Competition

Germany through my Lens is a photography competition organised by the Discipline of German at NUI Galway and  the German Department at GMIT.  We are asking students, registered for 2014-15 at NUI Galway or GMIT,  to submit any photo they have taken themselves of any aspect of Germany that impressed them.  Deadline for submissions is 15th September 2015.

More Information.

Are you travelling abroad this summer as part of your course, your research, a placement, volunteering?

Then come along to the NUI Galway Pre-Departure Training to gain valuable insights, information and supports at 9.15am on Friday 15th May.
To Register please fill in our short online form: here.

Exam De-Stress Programme: 20th April-8th May 2015

Massage, Soccer, Reflexology, Acupuncture, Meditation, Breakfast in a Bag and more!

For information or to book an appointment email destressbooking@nuigalway.ie

Postgrad-Karaoke TOMORROW

The next Postgradaoke night will be from 8pm tomorrow Friday the 1st of May. Swing along to the College Bar for karaoke, craic and all that stuff.

Undergraduate Awards Deadline 29th May

To be in with a chance to win a Gold Medal, have your work published in an academic journal, attend the exclusive UA Global Summit for free, and be recognised as the best in your field, all you have to do is submit your coursework for free online. It couldn’t be easier! If you place in the top 10% in your category, you receive a Highly Commended certificate which looks great on any CV and is internationally recognised – as well as the opportunity to attend the UA Global Summit and take part in our global alumni network. Any questions, check out the website – www.undergraduateawards.com – or email info@undergraduateawards.com 

It’s free to enter, it’s completely anonymous, and you’ve already done the work – you have nothing to lose! 

Join the NUI Galway Clubs and Societies in opposing the proposed N6 Galway City Transport Project.

Sign the petition here.

Bank Holiday  Monday 4th May Arrangements

The SU Office, the Student Health Unit, SU Cloakroom, The College Bar, Caife na Gaeilge and SU Engineering Desk will all be closed on Monday for the Bank Holiday.

The Library will be open Monday 4th May 08:30-22:00 but the service desk will be closed.

Smokey’s Café will be open 09:00-17:30 Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th of May.

The Wall Café will be open 09:00-17:30 Saturday 2nd, Sunday 3rd and Monday 4th of May.

The Hub Café, Computer DISC, the Academic Writing Centre and SUMS are all now closed for the summer.

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.

SU Weekly Email 31 23rd April 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

Extra Study Space 2015

  • Study Week Mon 20th April – Sun 26th April 2015

Engineering Building 8am-10pm

ENG2001, ENG2002, ENG2003, ENG2033, ENG2034, ENG2035, ENG3035, ENG3036, ENGG017 & ENGG018

Arts/Science Concourse 8am-11pm

O’Flaherty Theatre, Cairnes Theatre, D’Arcy Thompson Theatre, AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, Kirwan Theatre, Larmor Theatre, Dillon Theatre

Áras Uí Chathail Theatre

Mon 20th April-Sun 26th April 8am-11pm (excluding Saturday 25th April Open Day)

  • Mon 27th April – Sun 3rd May

Arts/Science Concourse 8am-10pm

O’Flaherty Theatre, Cairnes Theatre, D’Arcy Thompson Theatre, AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, Kirwan Theatre, Larmor Theatre, Dillon Theatre, Tyndall Theatre, McMunn Theatre

 

7Up Ideas Hub on Campus TODAY 11am-3pm

The 7Up Ideas Hub will be in Áras na Mac Léinn 11am-3pm today. Share your original idea in 7 words and maybe get some freebies for your efforts! #7upideashub

 

SU Election Results

Congratulations to the final 3 members of the SU Executive Team for 2015/16 who were elected last Thursday! They are:

Eoin Mangan: Clubs’ Captain
Aoife Bell: Convenor of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences 
Robert Forde: Mature Students Officer

Our SU jigsaw is now complete! The 15 new SU Officers will take up office on the 1st of July.

 

J1 Ireland on Campus TODAY 11am-3pm in Áras na Mac Léinn

J1 Irelandis now offering 10% cost off summer stay and an instalment plan for students who wish to spread their payments. Period of residence is 11 weeks: May 29 to Aug 14 2015.

They are also offering exclusive access to job fair on arrival in Chicago where you will have opportunity to meet employers with 100’s of seasonal jobs to choose from.

Exam De-Stress Programme: 20th April-8th May 2015

Massage, Soccer, Reflexology, Acupuncture, Meditation, Breakfast in a Bag and more!

For information or to book an appointment email destressbooking@nuigalway.ie

Academic Writing Centre Closes Tomorrow

The FREE Academic Writing Centre in the Library will be closing for the summer tomorrow Friday 24th April and will reopen in October. They are open today 11am-1pm and 6pm-9pm and tomorrow 11am-1pm if you need any help just call in!  

SUSI Grant Application System OPENS TODAY
SUSI open its online grant application system for the 2015/16 academic year on Thursday, 23 April.

Information on grant eligibility and how to apply is available at the SUSI website www.susi.ie 
Before making an application, students are encouraged to refer to the https://www.susi.ie/Should-I-apply/General-criteria.aspx. and to use the https://www.susi.ie/Should-I-apply/Eligibility-Reckoner.aspx provided on the SUSI website.

Ropes Launch 5pm Today

Ropes 2015, a literary journal published by the MA in Literature and Publishing at NUI Galway, is launching during this year’s Cúirt Festival. It is going to be launched by Declan Meade of The Stinging Fly and speakers will include Sarah Clancy and Órflaith Foyle. The journal is a compilation of poetry, prose and art from emerging artists and writers. The theme of the journal is ‘Conversations’ and hosts an array of genres.

All proceeds from the journal are being donated to Galway-based charity ACT! for Meningitis. Join us for the launch at Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop on Thursday 23rd of April at 5pm.

Postgrad-Karaoke

The next Postgradaoke night will be from 8pm on Friday the 1st of May. Swing along to the College Bar for karaoke, craic and all that stuff.

REMINDER: University PhD Write-up Bursaries Deadline 5pm Friday 1st May

A limited number of write-up bursaries are being offered to address the problems being encountered by PhD students who are near to completing their theses yet who find themselves, for whatever reason, without funding.  These write-up bursaries will be tenable for up to a three-month period and will be worth €1,000 per month.   

Completed applications (application form and form B) must be received by the College office on or before 17:00 Friday, 1st May 2015.

The application form & Terms and Conditions are now available here.

Want to earn €10? 

We are running a driving study using our brand new simulator all this week and next in the Arts Millennium Building Extension. It takes just under 1 hour to complete, and will involve a number of simple drives using the simulator and a few short questionnaires in between. You will receive €10 payment for taking part!

To do so, you need a full, Irish driving license, to be aged between 18-24, have insurance and use a smartphone. To arrange a time slot, please contact Aoife at a.kervick1@nuigalway.ie. Testing times in the evening and on weekends can also be arranged. Thank you!

Please Complete Mental Health Survey

My name is Stephanie Cloonan and I am a Master’s student studying Community Development in National University of Ireland Galway. I am carrying out research with the Youth Advisory Panel in Jigsaw Galway. We hope to find out if your willingness to get support for your mental health is influenced by your family, friends or peers. We’re inviting 18 – 25 year olds to take part in this study.

Here is a link to the survey if you wish to read more information and participate:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JXPGPHN

EU-XCEL Seeks Aspiring Tech Entrepreneurs

EU-XCEL is a European Virtual Accelerator which seeks talented aspiring tech entrepreneurs to participate in a free start-up scrum due to take place in six European locations this summer. Visit the www.euxcel.eu  and find more information about the Accelerator and the Ultimate Challenge Final!

Do You Have Type 1 Diabetes?

The Diabetes Team in Galway are hosting a free Type 1 Diabetes Patient Information Evening in conjunction with Croí and Diabetes Ireland at 6.30pm on Tuesday 12th May 2015. Register now and get more information from: www.croi.ie

Please note all lockers must be cleared out by Friday 15th May 2015

Please remember to drop your locker keys back to the Students’ Union Office by 5pm on Friday the 15th May 2015. Any items left in your locker after the 15th May 2015 will be disposed of.

Register to Vote to #MakeGráTheLaw on 22nd May

If you missed our Voter Registration Drive fear not! We will still have the forms up here in the SU Office for you to fill out, get stamped at the Garda Stationand return to your City or County Council. You have until the 5th of May to register for the Supplementary Register.

Undergraduate Awards Deadline 29th May

There are now just SIX WEEKS until the deadline for the Undergraduate Awards! 

To be in with a chance to win a Gold Medal, have your work published in an academic journal, attend the exclusive UA Global Summit for free, and be recognised as the best in your field, all you have to do is submit your coursework for free online. It couldn’t be easier! If you place in the top 10% in your category, you receive a Highly Commended certificate which looks great on any CV and is internationally recognised – as well as the opportunity to attend the UA Global Summit and take part in our global alumni network. Any questions, check out the website – www.undergraduateawards.com – or email info@undergraduateawards.com 

It’s free to enter, it’s completely anonymous, and you’ve already done the work – you have nothing to lose! 

Friday 24th of April 2015 marks International World Meningitis Day

ACT for Meningitis is a non-government funded support and awareness charity . We are the only charity in Ireland who provide a wide range of free support services to anyone affected by the disease as well as trying to raise awareness about the signs and symptoms of meningitis.

Every year on the 24th of April on World Meningitis Day we launch our #JOINHANDSELFIE (Joining hands around the word )to highlight the importance of knowing the signs and symptoms of meningitis and to provide support to those dealing with the long term serious after effects of the disease. We would love if you could support us by taking a ‘Joined hands selfie’ and uploading it to your social media on the day with the words ” TEXT ‘ACT’ to 50300 and donate €4 to help us to raise much needed funds for the charity to continue with the work we do.

Join the NUI Galway Clubs and Societies in opposing the proposed N6 Galway City Transport Project.

Sign the petition here.

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.

SU Weekly Email 30 16th April 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

VOTE TODAY 11am-4pm in Smokey’s

Elect your SU Mature Students’ Officer, Convenor of the College of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences and Clubs’ Captain TODAY 11am-4pm in Smokey’s Café. NUI Galway ID required.

Please note that only Clubs’ Captains can vote in the Clubs Captain election and only students from the School of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences can elect their convenor. All registered students can vote in the Mature Students Officer election. If you registered for a Remote Vote please log in to the SU Website between 11am and 4pm to cast your vote.

Extra Study Space 2015

  • Sat 18th & Sun 19th April

Engineering Building 8am-10pm

ENG2002, ENG2003, ENG2033, ENG2034, ENG2035, ENG3035, ENG3036, ENGG017 & ENGG018

  • Study Week Mon 20th April – Sun 26th April 2015

Engineering Building 8am-10pm

ENG2001, ENG2002, ENG2003, ENG2033, ENG2034, ENG2035, ENG3035, ENG3036, ENGG017 & ENGG018

Arts/Science Concourse 8am-11pm

O’Flaherty Theatre, Cairnes Theatre, D’Arcy Thompson Theatre, AC201, AC202, AC203, AC204, Kirwan Theatre, Larmor Theatre, Dillon Theatre

Áras Uí Chathail Theatre

Mon 20th April-Sun 26th April 8am-11pm (excluding Saturday 25th April Open Day)

Connacht vs Glasgow Tickets €10

We now have €10 NUIG Student tickets on sale in the SU for the Connacht vs Glasgow match on Saturday 25th April at 1.05pm in the Sports ground.

Please note all lockers must be cleared out by Friday 15th May 2015

Please remember to drop your locker keys back to the Students’ Union Office by 5pm on Friday the 15th May 2015. Any items left in your locker after the 15th May 2015 will be disposed of.

Register to Vote to #MakeGráTheLaw on 22nd May

If you missed our Voter Registration Drive fear not! We will still have the forms up here in the SU Office for you to fill out and get stamped at the Garda Station. You have until the 5th of May to register for the Supplementary Register.

The deadline to register for a Postal Vote is Saturday 25th April.

Exam De-Stress Programme: 20th April-8th May 2015

Massage, Soccer, Reflexology, Acupuncture, Meditation, Breakfast in a Bag and more!

For information or to book an appointment email destressbooking@nuigalway.ie

Upcoming Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) Workshops

Please find below dates for upcoming ASIST Workshops organised by the HSE in the West of Ireland. For further information on the courses or to book a place contact Mary O’Sullivan, Resource Officer for Suicide Prevention HSE West on mary.osullivan@hse.ie or 091 560182.

  • 22nd -23rd April Ballinasloe
  • 23rd-24th April Ballaghaderreen
  • 29th-30th April GMIT
  • 6th-7th May Newman Institute, Ballina
  • 14th-15th May Esker, Athenry
  • 10th-11th June Westport

The SUSI Grant Application System will open on 23 April, 2015
SUSI will open its online grant application system for the 2015/16 academic year on Thursday, 23 April, 2015, two weeks earlier than last year.

Information on grant eligibility and how to apply is available at the SUSI website www.susi.ie 
Before making an application, students are encouraged to refer to the https://www.susi.ie/Should-I-apply/General-criteria.aspx. and to use the https://www.susi.ie/Should-I-apply/Eligibility-Reckoner.aspx provided on the SUSI website.

Want to earn €10? 

We are running a driving study using our brand new simulator all this week and next in the Arts Millennium Building Extension. It takes just under 1 hour to complete, and will involve a number of simple drives using the simulator and a few short questionnaires in between. You will receive €10 payment for taking part!

To do so, you need a full, Irish driving license, to be aged between 18-24, have insurance and use a smartphone. To arrange a time slot, please contact Aoife at a.kervick1@nuigalway.ie. Testing times in the evening and on weekends can also be arranged. Thank you!

Undergraduate Awards Deadline 29th May

There are now just SEVEN WEEKS until the deadline for the Undergraduate Awards! 

To be in with a chance to win a Gold Medal, have your work published in an academic journal, attend the exclusive UA Global Summit for free, and be recognised as the best in your field, all you have to do is submit your coursework for free online. It couldn’t be easier! If you place in the top 10% in your category, you receive a Highly Commended certificate which looks great on any CV and is internationally recognised – as well as the opportunity to attend the UA Global Summit and take part in our global alumni network. Any questions, check out the website – www.undergraduateawards.com – or email info@undergraduateawards.com 

It’s free to enter, it’s completely anonymous, and you’ve already done the work – you have nothing to lose! 

Galway 2020 Speak Out Events!

Galway 2020 European Capital of Culture will have their next public Galway 2020 speak outs on Inis Mór today Thursday the 16th of April, Inis Oírr on Friday 17th of April and Ballybane on Thursday 23rd April. Please spread the word and come along with any inspiring ideas & visions you may have for Galway 2020! To register to speak or for more information contact info@galway2020.ie

 

The Ideas Collective: making change happen

Do you have a great idea? Want to act for a better world?
The Ideas Collective is an exciting new opportunity for ambitious young people who are looking to develop their own skills and knowledge while making a positive impact on communities. Participants will learn about how change happens locally and globally. On the programme you will be supported to bring your idea for social change or environmental sustainability to life.

More information at  www.stand.ie/ideas 

Win €10,000 for your App, Product or Service Idea!

The Ireland Funds Business Plan Competition invites university/college students and recent graduates from across Ireland and Northern Ireland to submit their business ideas for a chance to win up to €10,000, as well as mentoring and other supports for their business ideas. Applicants with existing start-up’s are eligible to enter, as long as the applicants themselves meet the above criteria.

Applications can be submitted online at www.theirelandfunds.org/bpc by 1st May 2015.

Photo Competition

Fascination of Plants Day is a global initiative with events held in over 50 countries to promote the importance of plants at many levels. There will be a number of events in Ireland (see https://fascinationofplants.blogspot.ie for more details of events in Ireland) including a photo competition (there were over 360 submissions in 2013!). Entries are invited from anyone in Ireland (the winners will receive tickets to Bloom).

Submit your best photos of plants:

  • E-mail your images (maximum 2 per person) as an attachment to fascinatingplants@nuigalway.ie with ‘Plant photo’ as the subject
  • Deadline: April 25th 2015-03-12 Include: image title(s), your contact details, and date of birth (if under 18).

In this month’s NUI Galway Student Health 101

Run for your life (literally) – You gave us 7 ways fitness fixes (almost) everything

Scrambled, fried, or chocolate? How do you prefer your eggs?

Find out more – and enter the April draw for €750 in NUI Galway Student Health 101:

https://readsh101.ie/nuigalway.html

The Geec Launch 12pm-2pm Tues 21st April at Engineering Building

On 21 April, 2015, we will launch the Galway energy-efficient car – the Geec – nationally before we ship it to Rotterdam for Shell Eco-marathon Europe in May. Dr James Browne, President of NUI Galway, will join us as we unveil the new and improved Geec 1.1. We will present the engineering and driving team, reveal results of energy-efficiency testing, and share our enthusiasm for this project with anybody who would like to learn about it.

Finally, we will be taking the opportunity to say a big thank you to all of the technical and academic staff who helped with this, and all of our partners and supporters. We are delighted to let you know that Eoin McKeon, Connacht Rugby number 8, and recent NUIG Mechanical Engineering Graduate, will be unveiling the Geec at our launch. Come along to wish all the ‘all the best’ to the Geec before it takes off to the Shell Eco-marathon in Rotterdam. All are welcome. NUI Galway Eco-Marathon Team

Just Ask Me Forum

J.A.M forum is an online platform whereby international students and students interested in learning languages can interact and liaise with one another. It acts as an opportunity for students to arrange language lessons, as well as being a social outlet.

 

Join the NUI Galway Clubs and Societies in opposing the proposed N6 Galway City Transport Project.

Sign the petition here.

Exam Timetables now available online HERE.

Semester 2 exams are scheduled for Monday, 27th April to Wednesday, 13th May 2015 (inclusive). Students are expected to be available for exams for the entire duration of the exam session.

1. Check your personal exam timetable online

2. Also check the Amendments webpage regularly as examination dates/times may change up to the day of your exam.

3. If your timetable is incorrect or you do not have a timetable, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions online before visiting the Student Information Desk in Áras Uí­ Chathail (Ground Floor).

If you have accessed your Timetable & you experience the following (1) cannot see your modules (2) some modules showing and other modules missing, please contact sid@nuigalway.ie with your missing modules I.e. course instance code, module code and student ID and we can schedule you for late entry seating or alternatively call in to SID Aras Ui Chathail between 9am-12:30pm & 2pm- 4 pm to be scheduled.

Buildings Office Customer Satisfaction Survey 2015

Thank you to all who participated. Congratulations to the winners of our draw for €50 SU vouchers:Laura Henry and Sorcha O’Mahony.

 

Darkness Into Light 2015 Pop Up Registration Shop

This Friday 5pm-9pm and Saturday 10am-6pm in the Eyre Square Centre you can register for Darkness Into Light in person, collect your t-shirt or pick up a sponsorship card. Avoid the last minute rush on the night of the event!

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.

SU Weekly Email 29 – 9th April 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

Al Porter Gig This Monday! Limited tickets left.

Our last comedy gig of the year is Al Porter at 8pm on Monday 13th April in the O’Flaherty Theatre. Tickets are just €5 and are on sale now from the SU Office. Al Porter just sold out 3 nights in Vicar Street so make sure you get your tickets quick! Please note that this is a replacement gig for our earlier advertised David O’Doherty gig.

Voter Registration Drive Wednesday 15th April

Are You Registered to Vote to #MakeGráTheLaw on 22nd May yet?

Check your details are on the Register of Electors here: www.checktheregister.ie

If they are not present or your details are incorrect the deadline to get on the supplemental register is Tuesday 5th May. This Wednesday 15th April in Smokey’s Café we will have a Guard present 12.30pm-2.30pm to stamp forms so you can get registered to vote. Make sure you bring your Passport or Driver’s Licence.

If you won’t be in Ireland to vote on the 22nd of May the deadline to register for a Postal Vote is Saturday 25th April.

Join the NUI Galway Clubs and Societies in opposing the proposed N6 Galway City Transport Project.

Sign the petition here.

Vote in the SU Elections Thursday 16th April

We are still looking for a Mature Students Officer, a Convenor of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences and a Clubs’ Captain to join the Students’ Union team for 2015/16. The election of these final 3 officers will take place on Thursday 16th April 11am-4pm at Smokey’s Café. Please bring your College ID with you to vote.

Please note that only Clubs’ Captains can vote in the Clubs Captain election and only students from the School of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences can elect their convenor. All registered students can vote in the Mature Students Officer election.

If you won’t be on campus to vote on Thursday there will be a Remote Vote option available and registration for this will open shortly on the SU Website (does not apply to Clubs’ Captain Election).

Time for a spring clean?

FREE Electrical recycling day at NUI Galway 9am-5pm Wednesday 15th April beside the Orbsen Building. They will take anything with a plug or a battery!

Exam Timetables now available online HERE.

Semester 2 exams are scheduled for Monday, 27th April to Wednesday, 13th May 2015 (inclusive). Students are expected to be available for exams for the entire duration of the exam session.

1. Check your personal exam timetable online

2. Also check the Amendments webpage regularly as examination dates/times may change up to the day of your exam.

3. If your timetable is incorrect or you do not have a timetable, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions online before visiting the Student Information Desk in Áras Uí­ Chathail (Ground Floor).

If you have accessed your Timetable & you experience the following (1) cannot see your modules (2) some modules showing and other modules missing, please contact sid@nuigalway.ie with your missing modules I.e. course instance code, module code and student ID and we can schedule you for late entry seating or alternatively call in to SID Aras Ui Chathail between 9am-12:30pm & 2pm- 4 pm to be scheduled.

Rails Girls Galway is back!

Free 2-days workshop to learn Web app development on 27th and 28th of June.  Apply now https://railsgirls.com/galway and tell your friends! Registration deadline 31st May

18 to 24 year old males with either a full or provisional driving licence needed for psychology study TODAY 11am-6.30pm

Participation is for 20 minutes and takes part in the Psychology building on the second floor in room 2073. Participants are automatically in a draw for a €40 One for All voucher and they can get credits for their psychology course. To participate please text on 086 3691115.

How are you sleeping?

SpunOut.ie, Ireland’s Youth Website, is looking for volunteers for a snooze challenge. SpunOut are launching a new campaign in April around tips and tricks for a better nights sleep and they need your help. Just email john@spunout.ie for more details. 

International Clinical Trials’ Day National Writing Competition

This competition is open to everyone wishing to provide a perspective on clinical trial research, including patients, clinicians, researchers, academia and industry. The 800 word article must convey the importance and value of conducting clinical trial research to a general audience. 1st Prize is an iPad Air and publication in the Irish Times. Deadline 5pm Friday 6th May.

More Information.

 

Want A Better, Healthier and Wealthier Lifestyle? 

Young Entrepreneur Exhibition at 4pm sharp on Tuesday 14th April in The View upstairs in Áras na Mac Léinn – only 100 spaces available. Successful and motivational guest speaker. €100 draw! For more information contact: a.gaida1@nuigalway.ie

Workshops in writing, poetry and journalism are being run as part of this year’s Cúirt International Festival of Literature.

The workshops include programmes such as Editing Fiction with Declan Meade of The Stinging Fly, Journalism with Olaf Tyaransen and A Guide to working Freelance in Arts Media with Sinéad Gleeson.

Spaces are filling up so booking early is important to avoid disappointment.

More information on all of the workshops available during Cúirt can be found at https://www.cuirt.ie/workshops

Nominations are now open for the USI Student Achievement Awards

The Student Achievement Awards is an annual opportunity for the Student Movement in Ireland to recognise the contribution of students to the life of Ireland and the student community. Nomination deadline is 5pm 14th April.https://usi.ie/awards/

Console Memorial Walk 2pm Sunday 12th April

Join the Console Memorial Walk to walk in memory of our loved ones who have died by suicide at 2pm on Sunday 12th April. Pat Divilly the Console Youth Mental Health Ambassador will start the walk at the Claddagh Hall. For sponsorship cards contact Margaret on 087 9500380. https://console.ie/

Student Summit 2015

The USI Student Summit is Ireland’s largest Entrepreneurship and Innovation event just for students. On the evening of April 14th, student entrepreneurs and Ireland’s finest start-ups and innovative business leaders will converge in the Round Room, Mansion House, for the USI Student Summit 2015.
Get Tickets Here.

Women Entrepreneurs Around The World – Free Event

11am-12.30pm Friday 17th April in Room 110 Cairnes Building More Information.

How have events in your life affected your travel patterns? 

Take the CONSENSUS Mobility Biography survey to record your travel history and inform policies for sustainable transport. The survey takes just 15 minutes and is available at: surveysoftware.net/hostss/nuigalway.htm

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.

Will You Help to #MakeGráTheLaw on Friday the 22nd of May?

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Vote YES on Friday 22nd of May! 

The paperwork is all done now it’s time for the real leg work to begin! If you want to make sure that the Marriage Equality Referendum passes on Friday 22nd of May here’s some ways to help: 

1. Go Canvassing! Yes Equality Galway are canvassing across the city every evening and in town on the weekend. To get involved just get in touch with them or just turn up to help out. 

2. Go Talking! Yes Meeting for Marriage Equality 7pm Thursday 7th May in Galway Arts Centre, Dominick Street. More information.

3. Go Marching! Galway will March for Marriage Equality 3pm Saturday 16th of May organised by Yes Equality. More Information 

4. Go Voting! On Friday 22nd of May Polling stations will be open 7am-10pm bring your polling card and ID. Text/message/snapchat/yikyak everybody ALL DAY to make sure they have voted too! 

#MakeGráTheLaw 

SU Weekly Email 28 – 1st April 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

Vote for us again please!

NUI Galway Students’ Union is now through to the final 10 in the People’s Choice Award in the Online Marketing in Galway Awards thanks to your votes. We need you to vote one more time before 12pm on Sunday 5th April so we can hopefully win this award against some very tough competition! It only takes two clicks to vote here: https://www.galwaymarketing.ie/peoples-choice/

Al Porter Tickets on Sale Now!

Our last comedy gig of the year is Al Porter at 8pm on Monday 13th April in the O’Flaherty Theatre. Tickets are just €5 and are on sale now from the SU Office. Al Porter just sold out 3 nights in Vicar Street so make sure you get your tickets quick! Please note that this is a replacement gig for our earlier advertised David O’Doherty gig.

Exam Timetables now available online HERE.

Semester 2 exams are scheduled for Monday, 27th April to Wednesday, 13th May 2015 (inclusive). Students are expected to be available for exams for the entire duration of the exam session.

1. Check your personal exam timetable online

2. Also check the Amendments webpage regularly as examination dates/times may change up to the day of your exam.

3. If your timetable is incorrect or you do not have a timetable, please consult the Frequently Asked Questions online before visiting the Student Information Desk in Áras Uí­ Chathail (Ground Floor).

If you have accessed your Timetable & you experience the following (1) cannot see your modules (2) some modules showing and other modules missing, please contact sid@nuigalway.ie with your missing modules I.e. course instance code, module code and student ID and we can schedule you for late entry seating or alternatively call in to SID Aras Ui Chathail between 9am-12:30pm & 2pm- 4 pm to be scheduled.

SU Enterprise Awards Winners

Congratulations to Sean Mc Garry, a 3rd year NUI Galway student studying Physics with Advanced French for Science from Westport Co. Mayo, who has won the top prize of €10,000 in this year’s NUI Galway Students’ Union Enterprise Awards. His company, “The TidyShower Co.”, has designed a range of contemporary bathroom accessories which solely focus on minimizing clutter and maximizing experience, thereby helping to breathe joy back into your shower time.

The two runner-up prizes of €5,000 each were awarded to “The Creative Native” and “Safe Farming Solutions”.

The Creative Native” is a business development idea to create innovative digital educational resources for the modern learner. “The Creative Native” team consists of two final year PhD students, Eilis Flanagan from Donegal and Ali Mc Namara from Limerick.

Safe Farming Solutions” consists of a newly designed bolt that aims to improve farm safety and convenience when attaching machinery onto tractors. Aaron Duignan a 4th year student studying Corporate Law (International) from Carrick on Shannon in County Leitrim is the creator of “Safe Farming Solutions”.

Well done to everyone who took part in the competition this year!

We need 3 more SU Officers Nominations close Weds 8th April.

We are still looking for a Mature Students Officer, a Convenor of Medicine, Nursing & Health Sciences and a Clubs’ Captain to join the Students’ Union team for 2015/16. Nominations for these 3 positions are now open and close at 5pm on Wednesday 8th April. The election will take place on Thursday 16th April.

Give us a shout on studentsunion@nuigalway.ie if you would like more information or check here.

Last Issue of Sin newspaper

The last issue of Sin newspaper for this year is now available online here. Well done to Jess and all the team at Sin on a great year of news

Canvassing Training, Wednesday 8th April 7pm, The View (Áras na Mac Léinn)

GiG Soc in conjunction with the NUIG Marriage Equality Taskforce are hosting Canvassing Training on Wednesday 8th April in the View. We will have a number of representatives from the Union of Students in Ireland coming down to facilitate the training, including USI Equality & Citizenship Officer Annie Hoey. If you’re interested in playing your part in this historic Referendum, then this event is not to be missed. Here’s a link to More Information.

Connacht Rugby Tickets Ulster Match

Connacht vs Ulster NUIG Student Tickets €15 (College Road Stand) on sale now from the SU Office and Engineering Desk. Kick-off is 14:40 Saturday 11th April.

Nominations are now open for the USI Student Achievement Awards

The Student Achievement Awards is an annual opportunity for the Student Movement in Ireland to recognise the contribution of students to the life of Ireland and the student community. Nomination deadline is 5pm 14th April.https://usi.ie/awards/

Student Leap Card Available in the SU

Join 115,000 students saving every day with Student Leap Card – the official student lifestyle card for travel, entertainment and retail discounts across Ireland. The card is available in the SU office for just €15. https://www.studentleapcard.ie/#about

 

Flirt FM Turns 20 this September!  

Save this date, because we’ve got big plans. Radio and dinner and cake and dancing plans… feel free to ask any Flirt Alumni you might be in contact with to join this event. If you have any old promotional material in digital format feel free to send it on to info@flirtfm.ie

If you have audio files our dropbox is flirtstudio@gmail.com  

 

Console Memorial Walk 2pm Sunday 12th April

Join the Console Memorial Walk to walk in memory of our loved ones who have died by suicide at 2pm on Sunday 12th April. Pat Divilly the Console Youth Mental Health Ambassador will start the walk at the Claddagh Hall. For sponsorship cards contact Margaret on 087 9500380. https://console.ie/

Student Summit 2015

The USI Student Summit is Ireland’s largest Entrepreneurship and Innovation event just for students. On the evening of April 14th, student entrepreneurs and Ireland’s finest start-ups and innovative business leaders will converge in the Round Room, Mansion House, for the USI Student Summit 2015.
Get Tickets Here.

Are you an undergraduate student? Over the age of 18? Who experiences anxiety in social situations?

If you are interested in taking part in a confidential​ 10 minute online survey examining the impact of Social Anxiety on daily living activities and academic activities in undergraduates or would like further information contact k.dillane1@nuigalway.ie (4th year Occupational Therapy student) or access the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZNDMHVJ

Women Entrepreneurs Around The World – Free Event

11am-12.30pm Friday 17th April in Room 110 Cairnes Building More Information.

How have events in your life affected your travel patterns? 

Take the CONSENSUS Mobility Biography survey to record your travel history and inform policies for sustainable transport. The survey takes just 15 minutes and is available at: surveysoftware.net/hostss/nuigalway.htm

Dublin to Galway Cycle 18th -20th July in aid of Alzheimer Society of Ireland

Leinster Scrum Half Noel Reid and Connaught Fly Half John Cooney took time out of their gruelling training schedules to call on cyclists and fitness enthusiasts to sign up now for the Dublin to Galway cycle which will bring much needed funds to The Alzheimer Society of Ireland’s local services. To sign up today and get your fundraising pack, please go to www.alzheimer.ie. Or call Orla on 012073833

Easter Holidays Update

  • Lectures/Teaching: There will be no lectures/teaching on the following dates: Monday 30th March, Tuesday 31st March, Wednesday 1st April, Wednesday 8th April, Thursday 9th April & Friday 10th April. Easter Holidays are Thursday 2nd April to Tuesday 7th April inclusive. Please note that students of the school of Medicine, Nursing & Health Science should consult their school calendar here. 
  • Field Trips: Field Trips where relevant will take place between Monday 30th March-Wednesday 1st April and Wednesday 8th April-Friday 10th April.
  • James Hardiman Library: The Library will be closed Friday 3rd April-Monday 6th April inclusive. 
  • The Reading Room: The Reading Room will be open as usual over the Easter. 
  • Student Health Unit: The Health Unit will be closed Thursday 2nd April-Tuesday 7th April inclusive.
  • Students’ Union Office: The Students’ Union Office will be closed Thursday 2nd April-Tuesday 7th April inclusive. 
  • Students’ Union Cloakroom: The Cloakroom will close at 18:30 on Friday 27th March and will reopen at 09:00 on Monday 13th of April
  • Students’ Union Engineering Desk: The Engineering Desk will close at 15:00 on Friday 27th March and will reopen at 11:00 on Monday 13th of April
  • The College Bar: The Bar will be closed Friday 3rd April-Monday 6th April inclusive. 
  • Smokey’s Café: Weds 1st April 08:30-20:00, Thurs 2nd April 09:00-17:00, Closed Fri 3rd April-Mon 6th April inclusive, Tues 7th April 08:30-20:00
  • Caife na Gaeilge: Closed Thursday 2nd April – Tuesday 7th April inclusive
  • The Hub: Closed Monday 30th March-Tuesday 7th April inclusive
  • The SU Shop: Weds 1st April 08:00-21:00, Thurs 2nd April 08:00-21:00, Closed Fri 3rd April-Mon 6th April inclusive
  • The Wall Café: Weds 1st April 08:00-20:00, Thurs 2nd April 08:00-20:00, Fri 3rd April 09:00-17:00, Sat 4th April 09:00-17:00, Mon 5th April 09:00-17:00, Tues 6th April 08:00-21:00

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.

SU Weekly Email 18 – 22nd January 2015

Weekly Email

Welcome to your weekly email from your Students’ Union.

The NUI Galway Working and Travelling Abroad Fair 12pm-3pm this Weds 28th Jan

The Fair will take place 12pm-3pm on Wednesday 28th January 2015 in Áras na Mac Léinn. This event brings together J1 Visa Companies, travel companies, volunteering/adventure companies, internships/training companies and festivals to help you plan your best summer ever!

Exhibitors Include: Abroad Internships, ALIVE NUI Galway’s Student Volunteering Programme, BusAbout, Erasmus Student Network, Fahy Travel, Flirt FM, Galway Fringe Festival, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, SayIt Travel, Smaller Earth, SUAS, Travel Bug Limited, USIT and Voluntary Service International.

Market Stalls (because you can’t plan your summer on an empty stomach!: Healthy & Hearty, The Dough Bro’s Pizza, Joachim’s German Bratwurst and The Pancake Factory. More Info.

Exam Results Update
Semester 1 Exam Results will remain “provisional” until exam boards meet at the end of semester 2. The Examinations Office does not release provisional results. 
Provisional results for Semester 1 exams may be available to students via Blackboard. Please note that not all students will receive provisional results for Semester 1 exams. If provisional results are not available to you via Blackboard by the first week in February, please consult with your lecturer for advice. Undergraduate Results: Official results for Semester 1 and Semester 2 will be released between Tuesday, 9th and Wednesday, 17th June by the Exams Office

 

Special SU Council Meeting 7pm-9pm AC202 Tuesday 27th January

There will be a special meeting of the Students’ Union Council regarding gender equality on campus in light of the case of Dr Micheline Sheehy-Skeffington. There will also be an information session on running for Students’ Union elections taking place at this Council as well. It will take place at 7pm on Tuesday, 27th January, in AC 202. All Class Reps are asked to attend.

SU Charity Croagh Patrick Climb – Just 50 Spaces Available!

The NUI Galway Students’ Union Charity Croagh Patrick Climb takes place on Saturday 28th of February in conjunction with NUI Galway Mountaineering Club. Participants are asked to raise a minimum of €40 to take part and all proceeds will go to the SU Charities: Console and BeLonG To. You can sign up in the Students’ Union office/Engineering Desk and collect your Sponsorship Card now. Entry includes free t-shirt and return bus.

Volunteers needed for SU Charity Collection Day

We are looking for volunteers to help out with our SU Annual Charity Collection day on Saturday 7th February. We will be shaking buckets and convincing the good people of Galway to give us their spare change for Console and BeLonG To. Please email studentsunion@nuigalway.ie if you can help out at any of the following times 11am-1pm, 1pm-3pm, 3pm -5pm on Saturday the 7th of February.

SU Charity Aquathon – Sign up and get training Now!

The NUI Galway Students’ Union Charity Aquathon takes place on Tuesday 24th of February 2015. The event consists of a 750m swim (30 lengths) in the swimming pool in the Sports Centre followed by a 5km run in Dangan. 

Participants are asked to raise a minimum of €25 to take part and all proceeds will go to the SU Charities: Console and BeLonG To. You can sign up in the Students’ Union office/Engineering Desk and collect your Sponsorship Card now. Entry includes free t-shirt and food for all participants. We also have a 5 week training plan to get you ready on our website.

Please Support NUI Galway’s Cancer Awareness and Fundraising Campaign 2015

Most people know somebody who has been affected in some way by cancer. On the 16th and 17th of February 2015 NUI Galway staff and students are getting together to raise awareness and funds for the fight against cancer. Please get involved by attending the events, taking part in NUI Galway Shave or Dye, volunteering to help at events or donating what you can. All funds raised will go to the Irish Cancer Society, Cancer Care West, Galway Hospice and NBCRI

Please like and share the campaign Facebook Page

Timetable of Events:

  • 7pm-9pm Monday 16th February Free choral concert in the Bailey Allen Hall. Register for your tickets here.
  • 10am-1pm Tuesday 17th February Coffee morning and poster presentation on the work being done at NUI Galway to fight cancer
  • 2pm-5pm Tuesday 17th February NUI Galway Shave or Dye in the Bailey Allen Hall with Today FM, Fat Tony’s and Zenith Hairdressing. Register now to Shave or Dye by emailing studentsunion@nuigalway.ie or filling out and returning the registration form here. 
  • 7pm-9pm Tuesday 17th February Public Lecture Night, Panel Discussion and Reception in the Bailey Allen Hall. Register for your FREE ticket here. 

If you would like to volunteer to help out at the events you can sign up HERE

For more information please contact studentsunion@nuigalway.ie

SALE! NUIG Capture Your Campus 2015 Charity Calendars are now just €2
On sale now from the SU Office, SU Shop and NUIG Reception. All proceeds go to Console and BeLonG To Youth Services

#MakeGráTheLaw

Students for Marriage Equality is a campaign by USI, NUI Galway Students’ Union, other SUs and students across Ireland for a YES vote in the upcoming referendum on marriage equality. Join the campaign here.

The Academic Writing Centre (AWC) is Open Once Again

You can drop in to the AWC to get help with all aspects of essay writing including the writing process (and writer’s block), essay structure, punctuation, using secondary sources and avoiding plagiarism. Opening hours: 11am-1pm and 6pm-9pm daily (except weekends and Friday nights). More Information

Connacht vs Benetton Treviso Tickets

5.15pm Sunday 1st March 2015 NUIG Student Rate €10 – Tickets on sale soon from the SU and the Engineering Desk

Academic Writing Centre Competition: win an iPAD 2! 
All undergraduate students are eligible to compete. Entries must be on one of the topics, can be no longer than 500 words, and must include citations from one or two published sources available at the James Hardiman Library (including databases and other on-line material). This year, competitors must use the Harvard System of Referencing. Top Prize: Apple I-Pad 2. The winner’s piece will be published on the website and in Sin Newspaper.
Entries must be sent to irina.ruppo@nuigalway.ie AND awccompetition@gmail.com by 19 February 2015. Competition Topics and Rules.

NUIG Postgrad Open Day Weds 4th Feb

If you’re thinking about doing a postgraduate course, then don’t miss the upcoming Postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday 4 February, 12–4pm, Bailey Allen Hall. There’ll be over 80 stands exhibiting, employment and careers talks will take place, and there’ll be a free CV Clinic. Pre-register for the event here.

Study on Facebook and Narcissim

We at National University of Ireland Galway are conducting a study on narcissism and how it correlates with various Facebook activities of users. For this purpose we have developed a Facebook app that requests your data while asking you to complete a narcissism survey which will not take much of your time (only about 5-10 minutes). At the end a narcissism score will be generated based on which you can assess whether or not you are a narcissist.

Here is the link for the app: https://unhp.com.pk/experiments/my_app/ you have to click Okay for Facebook authorization (or login with your Facebook account if you are not logged in). This will then take you to survey and you can fill it according to given instructions.

Please note there is a €50 cash prize for one lucky draw winner of all the participants who will complete this study.

Mature Students Clinic

There will be a drop in clinic for Mature Students 2pm-4pm every Wednesday from 21st of January onwards in the Students’ Union office upstairs in Áras na Mac Léinn. For more information contact Michelle Mitchell on su.maturestudents@nuigalway.ie

Life Skills 2015 Enrolment Now Open

  • Occupational First Aid 3 Day Course €100 Friday 6th, Friday 13th and Friday 20th February
  • Cardiac First Responder Course €40 Thursday 26th February

You can sign up now in the SU Office (10am-1pm & 2pm-5pm) or phone 091 524810 to register and pay by credit card.

Contact Us

You can contact the Students’ Union by email to studentsunion@nuigalway.ie with any questions or suggestions you may have. You can also like or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Our office is located upstairs in the Áras na Mac Léinn building beside the College Bar and we are open Monday to Friday 10am-5pm.

Our reception desk in the Engineering Building foyer is open Monday – Friday 11am-3pm.