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Students' Union

Trinity College Dublin Students' Union

TCDSU work to support students during their time at Trinity. The Union is led by a team of Sabbatical Officers - students who elect and are elected to take a year out of their studies to represent their peers in College and on a national stage.

The Union also manage a range of initiatives and services that are there to enhance your student experience. The Sabbatical Officers are supported by a team of Part-Time Officers, Class Reps, and other student volunteers who engage with and facilitate Union activities alongside their studies. From short-term laptop loans to accommodation advice to club nights, pop into House Six, or click the link below to find out how TCDSU can support you!

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Clubs and Societies

TCD Sports Clubs

Trinity has around 50 sports clubs in a range of disciplines. Getting involved is a great way to keep fit, learn a new skill, and build friendships with some of the 10,000 students who join sports clubs each year. You don't have to be a world-class athlete to join in, as we have plenty of recreational teams and coaches who can teach you the basics and more. But, if you are budding-Olympian, we have many competitive squads who represent the College across Ireland and overseas!

Whether you're interested in archery, trampolining, wakeboarding, or a post-training pint, you can find out more by clicking the link below. We'll see you on the pitch soon!

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TCD Societies

Trinity has more than 120 societies, all of which are run by students for students. With societies for fans of alternative music, knitting, volunteering, debating, gaming - to name just a few, you're sure to find your niche!

If you've been wanting to pick up a new hobby or are a passionate tin-whistler, look no further than the button below. However, you also needn't fear if you're interested in circus skills but don't want to devote hours a week to rigorous tumbling practice; although societies are formed by and pursue shared interests, they are also designed to be fun, and will welcome you with open arms even if you prefer to attend a low-key coffee morning than their headline events.

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