Support Services in UL
We want you to get the most out of your time at UL. If you have any problems, then the best thing you can do is seek advice early on to prevent it having any effect on you enjoying your time here! So please look below for details of where you can get help!
(061)20 23 24
There are 3 full time officers at the Union. The President, Deputy President/Welfare and Vice President/Academic all with different responsibilities. Click on the links to be taken to their pages on the ULSU website.
The Students’ Union is located in the Student Centre between the Stables and Spar Shop.
ULSU is the representative body for all UL students.
Students automatically become members of the Union upon enrolment, and from that day on the five sabbatical officers listed above, as well as the part-time members of the Union`s Executive do their best to represent and help you with any problems you may have during your time in college. ULSU represents you both within and outside the University, as well as providing you with services such as a fortnightly newspaper, welfare and academic advice, clubs and societies and much more.
Phone: (061)20 23 27
Drop-in from 11-12 and 3-4 Weekdays
The Counselling Service is located in the CM corridor of the Main Building, around the corner from the Student Health Centre.
The Counselling Service is a professional psychological service available to students to assist them on their progress through University life, with all of its incumbent stresses and strains. Many personal decisions are made and problems solved though discussions with friends or family, a Student Advisor, Course Director or a nurse, GP or chaplain. However, there are times when it may be right to seek help away from the familiar daily environment. The UL Couselling Service was set up in 1977 to meet just such a need..
he Student Health Centre is located in block C, level M (room CM061) in the main building and provides a service for University of Limerick registered students only.
The Student Health Centre Reception/Administration Office opening hours are Monday to Friday 09:00:-12:30 and 14:00-16:30.
Appointments can be made by either telephoning or by calling in to the Student Health Centre Reception.
The Student Health Centre is an acute care/advisory service, it is not a GP service. All students are therefore advised to register with a local GP.
Alternatively students can attend Dr Ronan Ryder, Old Windmill Medical Centre, Lower Gerald Griffin St., Limerick. Students will be offered a reduced rate of €30 and medical card holders will be seen for free at Dr Ryder’s surgery in the city (please note the Student Health Centre cannot accept medical cards). An out of hours service is also available at this clinic.
For more details go to our website by clicking here.
The UL Chaplaincy works to meet the many and varied religious needs of a global university campus. It recognises that life at UL is a dynamic, ever-changing experience, which brings all kinds of new opportunities and challenges to students. The chaplains offer a welcoming space and supportive presence to students and staff. They promote an open and caring environment where diversity is respected. The key activities of the UL Chaplaincy team falls into 3 categories
The Chaplaincy operates from its office CM071 in the main building (where a waiting room is shared with Counselling), a Chaplaincy Centre ‘Teach Fáilte’ (beside the bookshop) and the Contemplative Centre (opposite the SU).
Students are welcome to visit Teach Fáilte, our drop in centre in the Students’ Square. This Centre is driven by, and responds to the needs of all students equally and is one of the busiest and most welcoming students’ hubs on campus. It is open daily from 10.30am to 4.30pm. Individuals or groups are welcome for a casual cuppa and chat. In times of difficulty students are assured of a listening ear and may be facilitated to avail of other supports on or off campus. For more details click here.
The Disability Support Services team are here to guide and support you through your academic journey. We have a wide range of supports to ensure you are given every opportunity to succeed with your studies. Our main focus is you the student. We hope to support you in developing the skills to become an independent competent learner. Disability Support Services supports students registered on undergraduate and post graduate programmes of study.
For more information go to our website where you can see how we can help you http://ulsites.ul.ie/disabilityservices/
Or contact us by following this link.