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Resources on Campus

Student Supports and Services

Whether you need information on registration, student health or want to explore what is on offer throughout campus, Trinity’s wide-ranging student supports and services are here to ensure students are looked after and their transition to living and studying at Trinity runs smoothly. Below you’ll find further information and links to some of the many support services available.


Trinity Disability Service
: To empower students with disabilities to achieve their potential and, in collaboration with students, engage the University community in creating an inclusive transformational environment and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion.

Academic Support

  • Academic Registry: The Academic Registry Service is there to assist you with queries concerning application and admissions, registration and record management, fees & payments, elections to Seanad Éireann, student cards and more.
  • Personal Tutor: Every undergraduate student is assigned a member of the academic staff to look after their general welfare and development. They are your first point of contact and a great source of advice and support during your time at Trinity. Your tutor will also act as an academic and personal advocate in College if necessary.
  • Student Learning Development (SLD): This service offers advice, resources, individual consultations, workshops and much more to help you improve your academic performance and achieve your potential. 

Personal Support

  • Student-2-Student (S2S): This student-led initiative is designed to ensure any student in Trinity can get information and support from another student, find a friendly face for a chat, or just ask a few questions when you’re not sure who to approach. S2S also run the ‘New2Dublin’ group at the beginning of the academic year to help students settle into Dublin.
  • Student Counselling Service (SCS): Trinity’s free counselling service offers students access to a team of qualified counsellors and learning strategists committed to supporting their personal wellbeing and academic success.
  • Supports for International Students with Disabilities: International students with disabilities can face additional challenges while studying in Trinity. You should contact the Disability Service in Trinity in advance of your acceptance of a place at Trinity with any queries so you can be assisted with your plans and offered advice on the type of support available.
  • Chaplaincy: Whether you are in need of a friendly listening ear or spiritual guidance, Trinity chaplains are always available to you. They have links with places of worship around the city and on-campus resources for a wide variety of faiths and denominations. 

Students’ Unions

Run for students by students, Trinity’s Students’ Union (for undergraduates) and Graduate Students' Union offer support and resources to Trinity students. Check out their webpages for more information and how they can be of help to you – as a student of Trinity College, you are automatically a member of your respective student union, so get in touch.