We want to hear from you!
In an effort to continually improve our service, we love to hear your feedback. Take a look at some of the changes we’ve made based on the feedback you’ve provided:
We did! You can now attach screenshots of issues you’re experiencing, copies of necessary documentation, etc. to help us resolve your query more efficiently.
We now have a large welcome sign at the front of the Student Desk which lets you know where to sign in and how to sign in if you do not have a student card.
To avoid confusion over the type of documents students must provide to open a student bank account, we contacted local banks to confirm that your certificate of attendance from SISWeb is an official UCD document and can be used to open a bank account. We also created a “how to” document which explains the steps and documents required to open a student bank account. You can find this document in the fees section of the page.
An is now live on our website! If after reading the FAQ page, you have further questions, you can contact us through the Connector, phone line or by coming in to see us.
The Student Desk uses an online contact form, the Student Desk Connector, instead of a direct email address. Up until recently when you replied to an email that the Student Desk sent you, you received a message which asked you to re-submit your query through our Connector. We’ve fixed this so now you can reply to us directly.
We do! You now get emailed a copy of your query for your records along with links to our online feedback forms so that you can rate the services you’re using. The more feedback we get, the more we know how to improve our services.
- We now have two enclosed pods for dealing with queries privately. If you have a query of a sensitive nature, or would simply prefer to talk in private, just ask one of our team members.
- We added more tables to one area of the Student Desk; this provides the Student Desk team additional places to discuss your query more privately, away from the waiting area.
- We changed the way that we use the space in the Student Desk. You are now directed to sit in different areas based on the type of query that you have. Doing this helps maximise the space available and helps prevent overcrowding in any one area.