First Year Support Coordinator
The First Year Support Coordinator is available to help with concerns or issues that may arise for First year students over the course of the academic year. The transition to university life takes time and adjustment. We will come up with a plan whatever the scenario is, there are always options!
Éist, UL’s Student Counselling and Wellbeing service seeks to help you to focus on and understand more clearly the issues that concern you.
Student Health Centre
The Student Health Centre operates a dedicated GP service for all students on campus. Services include access to: Doctor (GP), Nurse, Blood Tests, contraceptive Clinics, Sexual Health Clinic, Physiotherapy and exam-related services as required.
The UL Chaplaincy works to meet the many and varied religious needs of a global university campus. The key activities of the UL Chaplaincy team fall into 3 categories – 1) Support; 2) Worship/Spirituality and 3) Outreach/Volunteering.
Mature Student Office
The Mature Student Office supports mature students who are registered on full-time undergraduate programmes in UL and students on the Mature Student Access Certificate. The Mature Student Office (MSO) acts as a guide for mature students as how best to use the services available within the University. The work and supports provided by the MSO focus primarily on supporting the transition of mature students to third-level studies.
The Access Office works to promote and support the participation of students from socio-economically disadvantaged groups who have been under-represented in the University sector. The work of the Access Office may be broadly categorised into three areas, namely pre-entry school activities, post-entry student support including a bespoke transition to university course for Access students, and outreach work in the community. If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the Access Office. We look forward to hearing from you.
The Disability Support Service (DSS) are committed to the provision of educational opportunities to Students with Disabilities (SwD) on full-time undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes, as well as mature students and international students with disabilities. We offer a dedicated support service to students registered with our service. The Disability Support Service welcomes and supports prospective students with a wide variety of disabilities. It is important that all incoming students with a disability are registered with our services so that initial needs assessment, tailored supports and assistive technology solutions and specific exams requirements (extra time, reader pens, etc.) can be provided to support your learning and development at UL.
UL Student Life Student Support
Click here for details of the supports, services and information Student Life can provide to students in areas including accommodation, finance, study, welfare, financial aid, grants, bursaries, food pantry, sanitary products and so much more. You can also make an appointment here to chat to the team.
President’s Volunteer Award (PVA)
Whether you are a student who wishes to find some volunteering opportunities and/or you are already engaged in volunteering we are here to both support you and also to formally recognise your contributions as part of learning and personal development journey at the University of Limerick.
It is the ambition of UL to be a leading university in the promotion of Health and Wellbeing. Click on the link to the Healthy UL website to find out more.
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