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Student Advice Centre

U& Academic Development

During your time at university you will have the chance to develop yourself academically, professionally and personally. DCU offers numerous activities, frameworks and tools to help you along this journey. Choose to engage in campus life and make the most of the developmental opportunities available to you. This will help you achieve your goals at university and reach your potential.

Your academic development during your time at university is important as it helps you get to grips with third level teaching and learning, be well prepared for exams and assessments and reach your academic goals. Some examples of activities/services that assist students in their academic development include academic skills sessions,  Maths Learning Centre, study abroad opportunities, Information Literacy (LETS), Siol Information & Research Support and Tandem Language Learning. We can also advise you on transfers, deferrals or any questions you may have about academic progression.

For more information on the various activities, frameworks and services that will assist you, browse the links below that are of interest to you.

• Academic Workshops - all campuses

Academic Study Skills Resources

LETS - online workshop in Information Literacy

DCU Glasnevin Campus Library

• DCU St Patrick's Campus Library

Maths Learning Centre - Glasnevin Campus

. Siol Information & Research Support - St Patrick's Cregan Library

 

If you would like to speak to a Student Adviser about any of the above, contact details are available for each DCU campus in the tabs below:

Glasnevin Campus

For further information, contact deirdre.moloney@dcu.ie 

Location: Student Advice Centre

Tel: 01-700 6281

 or

lorna.galligan@dcu.ie

Location: Student Advice Centre

Tel: 01 700 5492

St. Patrick's Campus

For further information, contact:

caroline.bowe@dcu.ie

Location: Room C103

Tel: 01-8842229

or

Call 01 884 2004 to make an appointment