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There’s plenty of handholding when you arrive in UCC in 1st Year, but some things are a little different when you come back in 2nd year and after. We’ve answered a few of the questions we’ve been getting.

 

Q: When does college start?

A: Nearly everyone starts back on Monday September 7th. A few courses in Med & Health start earlier. Full details are here: https://goo.gl/GSyhgA

Q: Is there an orientation for 2nd year?

A: Nope. The first time you need to be in UCC in September is for your first class.

Q: Where can I find my timetable?

A: You can get your timetable here: http://timetable.ucc.ie/

Q: When do I pick my 2nd year modules?

A: You pick your modules when you register. You’ll get an email with details of how to register so keep an eye on your umail.

Q: I repeated some exams in August. Can I still go to my lectures before getting my results?

A: You won’t be able to officially register until you get your resit results but you should still try to go to your 2nd year lectures so you don’t fall behind.

Q: How long ’til Christmas holidays?

A: You have a study week starting November 30th, then just a couple of exams from December 7th – 18th then you’re off for Christmas! Full term dates are here: https://goo.gl/yuY8mM

Q: What do I do if I have more questions?

A: Hop away onto the Students’ Union website, click the big red question mark and ask away!

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UCC Accommodation 2015

Search_AccomAs we’re getting ready for everyone coming back in September it is clear it’s going to be tough for students searching for accommodation this year.

Triggered by changes in the availability of student housing in Ireland generally – we’re working with the University to provide solutions to students.

You might not be able to get your first preference or might have to consider different living options to what you’re used to, it’s important to be flexible when you’re searching for accommodation and to keep in mind the following options.

Rent A Room
The ‘Rent a Room’ scheme invites householders to take in a student and rent them out a room in their house. Householders who are interested can sign up here. If you’re a student who wants to take a place in the ‘Rent A Room’ scheme, you can fill out the form below.

Search for a House
A new website, known as Studentpad, will allow you to search for accommodation near UCC and is to be launched on 12 August 2015. In the mean time, current vacancies can be found on http://www.uccaccommodation.ie/.

You might also be able to find accommodation on rental websites such as daft.ie, myhome.ie or others.

Incoming First Years
Having accepted a course in UCC via the CAO, incoming first year students should fill in the Accommodation Enquiry Form available below. You will be asked for your name, address, phone number and preferred accommodation type i.e. private house, digs, rent-a-room or student complex. We ask both students and parents to bear with us as it will be a very busy time. Staff will endeavour to assist as many students as possible to find appropriate housing.

Learning Living Communities

Students interested in living in alcohol-free accommodation should contact UCC Victoria Lodge directly on +353 (0)21 494 1200 or email victorialodge@ucc.ie for further details.

If you have excellent Irish and would like to avail of a €500 scholarship then cur glaoch ar +00353 (0)21 490 2314 or g.labh@ucc.ie and you may secure a space in Áras Uí Thuama, UCC’s Gaeltacht beag!

Visiting International Students (one-semester and one academic year)
Visiting international students should direct their accommodation enquiries to overseas@ucc.ie.

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RAG Charities 2015/16 Applications

Several local and national charities to benefit from Raise & Give

Each year, UCC Students’ Union partners with a number of charities to raise funds and awareness for them. If your charity would like to be part of UCC Raise & Give 2015 / 2016, please fill out the bellow application form.

Closing date for applications is Friday, 14th of August at 5pm.

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