Student Supports on Campus

UCD Students' Union Welfare Officer

Eoghan Mac Domhnaill is the current UCDSU Welfare Officer. Contact Eoghan on for information on accommodation, grants, mental health and welfare-related issues. 

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UCD Student Health Service

The Student Health Service provides on-campus medical, psychological and psychiatric care to registered students of the university. The staff of the Student Health Service provides a service within an ethos of respect, courtesy and confidentiality and aim at all times to operate to the highest professional standards. All consultations are treated in strict confidence. No information is give to others without permission. Click here for more information:

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UCD Student Counselling Service

The UCD Student Counselling Service is a free and confidential service staffed by professionally qualified psychologists and counsellors. We aim to provide easily accessible support for students when personal issues arise that affect their happiness, well-being, capacity to cope, relationships or learning. This website offers you information on what we do, how to make an appointment and what you can expect if you decide to attend for appointment. It also includes information on different issues that often affect students and various support services in the community. Click here for more information:

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UCD Chaplaincy

UCD Chaplaincy creates safe spaces for conversations about life and faith as well as providing support and advice to students in complete confidence. Click here for more information:

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UCD Student Advisers

The Student Advisers provide support for all students throughout their university experience. Each programme has a dedicated Student Adviser who is your gateway to support services. Additionally, there are Student Advisers attached to specific groups of students, such as mature or international students. Click here for more information:

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Staff Supports on Campus

The Employee Assistance Programme

The Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is a confidential support service provided by an external provider. The EAP service is available to employees and their immediate family members providing a stepped-care and triage model of delivery supporting employees in areas general health and well-being, as well as counselling supports. Click here for more information:

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