Student Support Services


There are three Student Service Centres across TU Dublin City Campus located in Aungier Street, Bolton Street and Grangegorman. Any TU Dublin City Campus student can use any of these centres. Their aim is to provide a single point of information for a range of areas including ID Cards, letters of registration, to have forms stamped and verified along with ICT Support and general queries. A full range of services available to students at the Student Service Centres are available at this link

If you are an International student/Erasmus student, studying in TU Dublin City Campus you can find more information on the International Office at

TU Dublin City Campus health centres provide a holistic approach to health, providing on campus health care to those students pursuing full time and apprenticeship courses. The service incorporates physical, psychological and social aspects of student health and health promotion. Absolute confidentiality is maintained. There are two Medical Centres in TU Dublin, one in Aungier Street and one in Bolton Street (Linenhall Lodge). TU Dublin City Campus Students can use any of these centres. Find out what services are available at

The TU Dublin City Campus Counselling Service is a free and confidential service which is available to all students. It provides a safe and secure environment where you may come and talk about any issue or difficulty that is of concern. Information about the service and about how you can make an appointment with a counsellor can be found at this link

The Pastoral and Chaplaincy service aims to provide support and care for the personal, social and spiritual lives of students and to contribute to a sense of community throughout TU Dublin City Campus. Find out about the service and how to make contact with the chaplains at

If you are an access student studying in TU Dublin City Campus the Access Service can support you. You can find more information on the Access Service at

If you are a student with a physical, sensory or learning disability, medical or mental health condition that interferes with your learning, TU Dublin City Campus Disability Services can support you. You can find out how you can sign up with the Disability Service at

The Financial Aid and Accommodation Department oversees the distribution of capitation funds and also administers a range of services including Student Accommodation. To find out more about the various assistance schemes available, see 

For details of the TU Dublin City Campus Accommodation Office go to

Study, Learning and Career Supports


Library Services is at the heart of the TU Dublin community, providing excellence in student-centred services that enrich and support learning. Library Services enable the development of skills that can contribute to lifelong learning. Library collections provide access to leading academic research to support the learning and research in the University. Library spaces, both physical and virtual, provide an opportunity for flexible learning and support. Library staff provide expert academic support to students at all stages throughout their academic journey. In partnering with academics and other academic and professional supports, Library Services provide an inclusive service to all students.

The Online Library provides 24/7 access to thousands of online academic resources to support the teaching, learning, and research within the University.

On-campus Library Services are located on the three campuses in Blanchardstown, City Centre, and Tallaght and are open to all students and staff. The TU Dublin digital repository “Arrow” provides open   access to the research output of the University, reaching 10 million downloads in early 2021.

There are currently three Libraries located in City Centre:
• Park House Grangegorman Library supports the College of Sciences and Health and the College of Arts and Tourism.
• Aungier Street supports the College of Business and the School of Languages, Law and Social Science.
• Bolton Street Library supports the College of Engineering and Built Environment.

Our libraries provide access to over 400,000 print items, special collections, thousands of eBooks, over 1,500 accessible study and computer spaces, and 21 group study rooms. Library staff deliver student- centred support to students and staff while on campus.

*Currently COVID19 restrictions are in place, you can access the library in one of two ways:
1: 15 minute quick browse slots
2: 3 hour study blocks

For more information or to reserve a time visit:

The Maths Learning Support Centre offers a drop-in support service for students who may need some extra help with maths or statistics. You can find out more by enrolling on the MLSC’s Brightspace page, module name: MLSC: Mathematics Learning Support Centre. On this page, you will also find a significant amount of online self-study material.
The Academic Writing Centre offers support for students who are seeking to enhance and develop their academic writing skills.
For more information on these services visit:

The Career Development Centre has offices in Bolton Street on the north side of the city and in Aungier Street on the Southside. It offers a range of services including one to one guidance with a professional Careers Adviser, career talks including a Career learning programme tailored for each discipline, Jobscene (online vacancies) & email notifications. More information at

Every year, the College of Sciences and Health selects a number of Student Ambassadors to represent the College at events such as our Open Days. If you are interested in becoming an ambassador, send an e-mail to

Your relationship with TU Dublin doesn’t finish when you graduate. The TU Dublin Graduate Network hosts regular reunions and networking events, sends email updates with news from each Faculty and provides graduates with continued access to the gym and library services. The Graduate Network now helps over 100,000 members worldwide stay in touch with each other.

To join the Graduate Network, please email, search LinkedIn for the 'TU Dublin Graduate Network' group or register your details at

You can also find us on Facebook or Instagram to see regular updates on upcoming events, hear news about fellow graduates and find out what's happening on all campuses at TU Dublin.

Students Union, Societies and Clubs


Once you register as a TU Dublin City Campus student you automatically become a member of the Students Union. Find out about the Student Union Team, the advice they can offer and events they organize at

Students are very much encouraged to get involved in student-led activities while at TU Dublin and the Societies Office promotes and supports a huge and diverse range of volunteering opportunities, societies, activities and events. Find out more information at

TU Dublin City Campus Sport and Recreation Service provides opportunities for everyone to participate in sport and physical activity across the city. Find out more about TU Dublin City Campus’s sports clubs and facilities at

I can’t find the information I need on the website.

The TU Dublin website has a search functionality which you can use to locate the information that you need. If you are still unable to find it, please talk to your Year Tutor.

What if I think I’m on the wrong course?

Talk to your year tutor.

What is a first, two-one and two-two?

This is the classification system we use in DIT for final degree awards. A first is a First Class Honours – the highest grade possible, achieved when your mark is at least 70%. A two-one is a Second Class Honours – First Division, for marks of at least 60% but below the level of first class honours. A two-two is a Second Class Honours Second Division, for marks of at least 50% but below the level of Second Class Honours, Upper Division.

What if I encounter personal circumstances that means I can’t continue with my programme?

In a situation like this, you should always talk to your year tutor. You may also wish to talk with some of the other TU Dublin services, including those listed at

What if I am sick and unable to do an assessment?

You should contact the examinations office immediately, and submit to the examinations office a Personal Circumstances form with supporting documentation within the required time period as set out in the form:

What if I am sick during the semester?

You should contact your year tutor immediately, and submit to the year tutor a Personal Circumstances form with supporting documentation within the required time period as set out in the form:

What are ECTS credits?

This is the credit system we use in TU Dublin and elsewhere in Europe. It is the European Credit Transfer System, through which all modules and programmes have a number of credits which represents notionally the amount of learning hours you’re usually expected to complete in order to complete the module. Each credit equates to 20 learning hours, and each year of your programme typically requires the completion of 60 ECTS credits.

I can’t find my class!

You need to check your timetable frequently, especially early in the semester as there may be changes made at short notice. You can find your timetable at
Also, the Academic Calendar can be found at:

What if I fail to submit an assessment?

Check the rules for that particular module in the module catalogue; some assessments are mandatory, for others you may just lose the marks for that assessment if you do not submit.

I’ve lost my student card!

A replacement is available (for a fee) from Registrations,

What public transport goes to the various TU Dublin locations?

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