Club and Society Bookings
Room Allocations for the shared teaching spaces are coordinated by UCD Buildings & Services.
Club and Society Bookings are managed by Campus Services. Please call to Campus Services, basement-level, UCD Agriculture and Food Science Centre to make a booking or to enquire about what’s on offer.
Club and Society Booking guidelines, booking forms, Temporary Alcohol Permits and Guidelines may be downloaded from http://www.ucd.ie/building/code/rooms/soc_booking.html
Lockers are available to rent for the academic year in the main teaching buildings.
There is a fixed fee of €10 payable through SISWeb using your UCARD. To rent your locker Log in to SISWeb through your UCD Connect and go to the tab marked ‘My UCARD’.
For information on using your UCARD please see http://www.ucd.ie/ucard/
. Lockers use the Masterlock Combination Padlock. Upon payment you will receive an email with your locker number and combination.
Instructions for use can be found here: http://www.masterlock.com/pdfs/Master_Lock_Combination_Tutorial.pdf
The University Mail Room delivers all Belfield Campus Residences (Belgrove, Glenomena, Merville & Roebuck) post to the Merville Accomodation Office on a daily basis (Monday - Friday). Post for Blackrock Residences is handled through the Blackrock Services Desk. Students living on Campus are permitted to have post sent to their apartment; please ensure the correct address is used, including the name of your residence and your house, apartment and room number—in that order.
Students wishing to send post should go to the Án Post office located in the Gerald Manley Hopkins Centre, or deposit stamped post to one of the An Post post boxes on the Belfield and Blackrock campuses.
Campus Garda Offices
The Campus Garda Office is located at the Campus Services Office (Lower Ground Floor Agriculture and Food Science building). The office is open on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 1.00pm – 2.00pm. A Community Garda will be happy to answer queries and to help process forms such as applications for passports, driving licenses, holiday visas, etc. The local Donnybrook Garda Station can be contacted on (01) 666 9200.
24-hour Campus Patrols
Campus Services personnel operate regular vehicle and foot patrols on a 24-hour basis throughout the Belfield campus. These patrols maintain a vigilant eye for suspicious or troublesome persons on campus. If you are uncomfortable walking alone through the campus at night, contact the UCD Unicare emergency line – (01) 716 7999 – and a member of the Campus Services team will be happy to accompany you.
Campus Services Operations Room
The Campus Services Operations Room is located in the Agriculture & Food Science Building, which operates on a 24-hour basis. Campus Services personnel located at the Operations Room are responsible for monitoring the UCD Unicare emergency line and CCTV throughout the Belfield campus and are available to provide assistance 24 hours a day.
The UCD Unicare program is a community approach to promote personal safety for all students, staff and visitors through awareness, partnership and prevention. In order to ensure a safe and secure environment in UCD everybody is encouraged to play their part in looking out for their own safety and for the safety of others. Throughout the year the Unicare website will highlight various important issues of concern for all in UCD. Your continuous support and vigilance is essential for the success of the UCD Unicare programme.
You should use the UCD Unicare number to call for emergency assistance or to report any issues regarding personal safety and security of property on campus. The UCD Unicare emergency line is operated 24 hours a day and assistance will be provided in response to your call. UCD Unicare red emergency phones are located throughout the Belfield campus.
In Case of Emergency (ICE) is a program that enables first responders, such as paramedics, fire-fighters and police officers, to identify any injured persons and contact their next of kin to obtain important medical information. ICE cards are available at the Campus services desk. ICE makes it far easier to call next-of-kin in the unfortunate event of a medical crisis and reduces needless delays. For more information:
24 HOUR EMERGENCY LINE
01 716 7999
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The success of UCD Unicare depends on your ongoing cooperation and vigilance as a UCD student. You are encouraged to adopt personal security precautions such as:
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- Walking in groups, especially late at night in the more isolated parts of campus
- Locking bicycles in bicycle stands
- Using personal alarms
- Not leaving valuables in cars
- Reporting suspicious persons
- Installing a car alarm/engine immobiliser