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UCCSU Executive 2023/24 Elected!

The UCCSU Executive for 2023/24 has been elected!

  • President: Colm Foley
  • Education Officer: Alison O’Mahony
  • Communication and Engagement Officer: Hayley O’Connell Vaughan
  • Welfare Officer: Aoibhe O’Brien
  • Entertainments Officer: Jill Mortell
  • Commercial and Fundraising Officer: Kayley Nolan
  • Equality and Diversity Rep:

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Semester 2 – Key Dates

Some Key Dates for Semester 2 to pop into your calendar ‼️✨? UCCSU is looking forward to hosting some incredible Events & Weeks in 2023! 

  • Back to College: 16th January
  • Arts Week: 30th January – 2nd February
  • Addiction Awareness &

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UCCSU Ents Announces Arts Ball 2023

UCCSU Ents is proud to announce that this year, Arts Ball is going to Far Far Away!

Ticket sales:

Monday 16th January to Wednesday 18th January:
Students’ Union Office 10am-4pm
Fulls tickets only – €50

Thursday 19th January:
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UCCSU Updates – November 2022

Pink Training

USI Pink Training is Europe’s largest LGBTQ+ Training and networking event for third-level students. This year it took place in Galway from 18th – 20th November. Your Welfare, Ents & Education Officers attended with the LGBTQ+ Society and Read more

UCCSU Updates – October 2022

Big Wins!

Organised the UCC edition of USI’s National Student Walkout – possibly the Largest Student Walkout since November 2010, student turnout at UCC was unprecedented – UP THE STUDENTS!

  • No cost fee extension for CACSSS PhD student secured after

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€1,000 Fee Reduction FAQ

In recognition of the cost of living and financial challenges facing third-level students, the Government have made a once-off contribution of €1,000 towards the Student Contribution payable by eligible Free Fee Schemes students in the academic year 2022/23.

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Today November 20th marks Transgender Day of Remembrance.

Today, we remember and honour those who have lost their lives due to transphobic discrimination and violence.

Today, we want to extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of those Read more