Support Services in NUIM
It is very important to enjoy your time with us at NUIM in order to get the most out of your student experience. Having problems and not knowing who you can talk to can make college more challenging than it needs to be. Checkout our support services below so you have support and advice.
The students’ union offers a great one-stop-shop for information and representation. If you’re not sure what service you need or even where to go then the SU is a great place to start. Not to mention that there’s always someone there to have a chat with.
YOUR WELFARE, PHYSICAL OR MENTAL, IS VITALLY IMPORTANT TO YOU- AND WE ARE HERE FOR YOU IF YOU NEED US.
Contact our Student Welfare Officer:
Phone: 01 708 6808
The Student Counselling Service is a professional counselling service available to all registered students of NUIM. Counselling offers an opportunity to individuals to discuss in private any issues or concerns that they feel are impacting on their academic performance or sense of personal well-being. Deciding to speak with a Counsellor can be a positive step towards making life better for you.
Appointments and further information can be obtained by contacting (01) 7083554.
A Drop in Service is available each day during term-time from 2.00pm to 2.30pm. This operates on first come, first served basis.
Strictly confidential. Self-referral to the Service is welcomed and encouraged.
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Phone: (01) 708 3554
Location: Student Services Centre, North Campus
he Student Health Centre is an acute care/advisory service. It is not a GP service. The service is envisaged as an addition to the student’s own family doctor or specialist medical service. It operates within resource constraints so certain service limitations apply. Students should continue to attend their own general practitioner.
We are located on the ground floor of the Student Services Building, North Campus.
Telephone: 01 708 3878
Campus Medical Centre Opening Hours
Monday to Friday 9:30-12:45 and 14:00 – 16:45
(Emergency cases take priority over appointments)
We are here to listen in confidence, and to accompany you, not only in times of difficulty, but at whatever point you are at in your life. Here for you, offering hospitality, support and care – why not drop in for a cup of tea?
The Disability Office at Maynooth University coordinates a range of academic supports that put you, the student, at the centre of your academic journey. Our supports will help you become independent in your learning, easing the transition from school to college and from college to career.
The drop-in hours for the Disability Office are from 12pm – 2pm daily. You can call in without an appointment during these times and someone will be available to meet with you.
You can also schedule an appointment with your Disability Advisor if you have any additional requirements you would like to discuss or if you would like us to review the supports that are in place.
Check out our Top Tips for students registered with the Disability Office. Why not also check us out on YouTube and Twitter for details on the supports available, applying to college and plenty of tips and tricks on studying and technology.
The Disability Office provides supports to all students with a disability including students who:
- Have specific learning disabilities, such as dyslexia
- Have significant ongoing health issues
- Experience significant mental health difficulties
- Have physical and mobility disabilities
- Are blind or vision impaired
- Are deaf or hard of hearing
- Have disabilities such as ADD, ADHD or Asperger’s Syndrome
For more information click here.
The Academic Advisory Office offers a convenient first point of contact for students who wish to seek advice or assistance with their general experience of University life. The office provides an ombudsman-like role for students who may be encountering difficulties in their programme of study.
The Academic Advisory offices are located on the first floor of Education House. Education House is located on North Campus of the University. Click here for an online map of the University.
To make an appointment, please email
- Telephone: (01) 708 3368
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic Advisory Office Opening Hours please click here.