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Student Leadership Awards 2016

11052427_10155539796720471_7323761115950006994_nApplications are now open for the annual UCC Student Leadership Awards.


These prestigious awards are for students who made outstanding contributions to student life here in UCC. Applicants should show how, through their demonstrable leadership abilities, they have made an outstanding contribution in specific areas of student life.


Any student who receives a Student Leadership Award will be have this accredited by the University and it will appear on your academic transcript.


The Awards will be presented at the annual Students’ Union Crossover Dinner which takes place on May 19th.


To Apply: Just download the  SLA_Application_Form, fill it out and email it back to awards@uccsu.ie

Deadline: The deadline for applications is May 1st, 5pm.

Uncategorized - April 18, 2016 - 4:31 pm - See Article

Bus to Neptune Summer Exams

If you’re unlucky enough to have to trek to Neptune during the exams, we’ve got you covered.  A bus will run from opposite the Western Gateway Building to Neptune every day.

To view a large version of the timetable, click on the below image.


Please note that this is a limited service and while every effort is made by the bus company to keep to the timetable above, it is the student’s own responsibility to be at the exam hall on time. It is advisable to get to the bus stop in good time as buses will depart when full. Contact the Students’ Union Office at 021 4903218 if you have any queries

Education - April 18, 2016 - 3:40 pm - See Article

UCC Students’ Union Slam City Council Proposals on College Bars

UCC Students’ Union has today criticised the passing of a City Council motion that proposes to restrict opening times of UCC’s on-campus bars during Freshers Week and RAG Week, claiming that such a move would be a retrograde step and would prove disastrous for both students and residents alike.

Aidan Coffey, UCC SU President, denounced the motion as “short sighted” and “detached from reality,” claiming it won’t address the real issues at hand. Questioning the wisdom behind the move, he said, “what do you think will happen? You’ll end up with people in houses and on the streets, and even more hassle for residents. It would be a massive step backwards.”

Citing wider problems with the Irish drinking culture, Coffey claimed that “this is further evidence of a society that prefers to demonise a majority of students for the actions of a minority, rather than acknowledge responsibility for presiding over a cultural shift of alcohol consumption in the home, rather than the pub.”

Although supportive of attempts to reduce disruption to residents, UCC SU indicated their belief that local action can have only limited success in the absence of national action on other issues, such as an increasingly prevalent drugs culture and the prohibitive price of socialising in more traditional locations, compared to cheap supermarket alcohol.


Uncategorized - April 14, 2016 - 3:55 pm - See Article

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