If you'd like to submit a form via email, use our connector. When asked “What is the nature of your query?” select "I would like to submit documentation (form stamping, grant letter)" and attach the form that you need us to complete/stamp. Before sending us a form to complete, please ensure that you've filled in all of the sections which require your personal details. For the most efficient processing, send us the form as a pdf or Microsoft Word document rather than as an image.
What kind of forms do the Student Desk stamp?
We can stamp a wide variety of forms, for example:
- Canadian tax forms
- Child Benefit forms
- Job Seekers forms
- J1 forms
- Medical Card application form
If the form that you need to be stamped is simply to confirm your attendance/enrollment in UCD, in most cases, you can submit your SISWeb Certificate of Attendance. If your Certificate of Attendance is not sufficient & you still need a form stamped, the best way to submit the form is through the Student Desk Connector.
How to Submit your form for stamping
If you'd like to submit a form via post, send the form to Student Desk, Tierney Building, UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4. Include a note to let us know if you'd like the form posted back to you (make sure to include your current postal address), posted to an alternative address or scanned/emailed back to you.
If you’re unable to make it in to the Student Desk during our opening hours, you can drop your form into the drop-box, located just outside of our front doors. We'll collect forms left in the dropbox the following morning. Include a note specifying if you'd like the form posted back to you (make sure to include your current postal address), posted to an alternative address or scanned/emailed back to you.
If you'd like a friend or family member to come into the Student Desk to get a form stamped on your behalf, send us an email (through the connector) giving your permission to do so. In your email, include the full name of the person who will bring in your form & ask this person to bring photo ID with them when they come to the Student Desk. We can't stamp a form unless we receive a student's written permission to do so.