Registrar, David Webb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Drop/Add Subjects
- Curriculum Requirements
- Class Absences
- Semester Timetable
- Exam Dates
Admissions & Student Life Office
Director of Administration, Rowland Crawte (email@example.com)
- Financial Aid
Director of Academic Advisement and Student Life, Scotty Sarafian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Academic Advisement Consultations
- Student Union
- Health and Safety
- ACD Clubs
- Student Life Events, Activities, and Opportunities
- ACD Peer Mentor Programme
- Visa/GNIB Queries
Tony Vincent (email@example.com)
Listed below is a selection of popular options.
Mobile Serive Carriers
Buying an Irish SIM card is cheap and easy to install. Be sure that your phone is unlocked before you buy a new SIM card.
American Opportunity Tax Credit https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/individuals/aotc This is a credit for qualified education expenses paid for an eligible student for the first four years of higher education. You can get a maximum annual credit of $2,500 per eligible student. Make sure you are qualified before claiming the credit.
Some students may be required to open an Irish bank account in order to apply for a visa. Others may just want the convenience of having a local branch. We suggest AIB because they have a branch close to the college located on Baggot St. Lower.
- AirbnbThis is an affordable way to live like a local anywhere in the world. Your host will often be able to share local knowledge that will make your experience authentic and unique. Be sure touse the map view function to book accommodation in a good location. Only book with hosts that have plenty of good ratings.
- Lonely Planet’s Europe Page:
- RyanairUse the Fare Finder function to find cheap flights all over Europe.
- BlaBla CarThis tool works in several European countries. It connects you with drivers travelling from city to city. Be safe, only book journeys with drivers who have lots of good reviews.
Flights have become much cheaper between Europe and America in recent years. There are a few budget airlines that run surprisingly cheap services, especially if you book months in advance.
Emergency and Useful Numbers in Dublin
Emergency number for Garda:999
Emergency number for fire and/or ambulance:112
Police / Gardai
Dial 112 or 999 and ask the operator to be put through to the Gardai.
Dial 112 or 999 and ask the operator to be put through to the ambulance service.
Fire and Rescue
Dial 112 or 999 and ask the operator to be put through to the fire service.
Marine and Coastal Emergencies
Dial 112 or 999 and ask the operator to be put through to the Coast Guard.
Dial 112 or 999 and ask the operator to be put through to the mountain rescue service.
Pearse St. Garda Station
1-6 Pearse St.
+353 1 666 9000
St. Vincent’s Hospital
01 221 4000
GP Dr. Lee
01 662 5050
It is estimated that one in four of us will experience some mental health problems in our lifetime, from a low period, to more serious depression, to a small number who will experience severe mental health problems. If you feel persistently sad, have trouble sleeping or experience unexplained aches and pains, you should visit your GP for some advice.
If you are worried that you or someone you know is at risk of suicide or self harm, you should immediately contact your local doctor or go to the Accident and Emergency department of the nearest hospital.
Talk to someone NOW
If you need to talk to someone NOW call the Samaritans (Free to Call Number – 116 123) for confidential, non-judgemental support 24 hours a day- no matter what you’re problems you’re facing or where you are, there will be someone available to offer you support.
Samaritans is a confidential emotional support service for anyone in Ireland. The service is available 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide. You can talk to Samaritans at any time of the day or night.
Text Someone NOW
You can also access support and information on where to go for help in a crisis through your mobile by texting the word HeadsUpto 50424.
The Samaritans also offer a 24:7 text support service, 365 days a year, for anyone in emotional distress.This service is available nationwide.To receive the service, simply send an SMS text message to 087 2 60 90 90
Do you need to Talk to Someone ?
if you need to talk to someone right now there are a number of helplines you can contact for confidential non-judgemental support.
Most helplines will provide a listening service, give information and advice, provide emotional support and point you in the direction of other services. They are often free phone services which are staffed by trained volunteers or employees. Some helplines, such as Bodywhys or Aware, specialise in dealing with particular issues, whilst others, such as the Samaritans are more general, dealing with a whole range of issues that may concern young people.
HELPLINE PHONE: 1890 303302
Supports those who are directly affected by depression. Aware operates a helpline from10amto10pmMonday to Wednesday and 10am to 1amThursday to Sunday.
The Aware Helpline is a non directive listening service for people affected by depression, either as sufferers or as family and friends. The Helpline offers a non judgemental listening ear to people who may be distressed or worried, or just need someone to talk to. You can also call the helpline if you are worried about someone who may be depressed or for information about depression or Aware services.
(The Eating Disorders Association ofIreland)
HELPLINE PHONE: 1890 200 444
Bodywhys’ core services centre on providing confidential, non judgemental support for people affected by eating disorders.The helpline is open for two hours each week day offering a non-judgemental and confidential support and information service.
Callers can access names of local health professionals, details of all Bodywhys support services and other voluntary organisations where appropiate.Bodywhys also offers support groups, an online support group and email support.
PHONE: 1890 474 474
GROW is a Mental Health Organisation which helps people who have suffered, or are suffering, from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, or indeed, to prevent such happening.
International Ireland PHONE: 01 6260775
Recovery International is a self-help group, founded in Chicago Illinois in 1937, by the late Dr. Abraham A. Low. It offers The Recovery Method of Will Training for improved mental health and for control of nervous symptoms.
FREEPHONE: 116 123
Samaritans is a confidential emotional support service for anyone in theUKandIreland. The service is available 24 hours a day for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide. You can talk to Samaritans at any time of the day or night.
(Supporting People Affected by Mental Ill Health)
HELPLINE PHONE: 1890 621631
Shine is the national organisation dedicated to upholding the rights and addressing the needs of all those affected by enduring mental illness including, but not exclusively, schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder and bi-polar disorder.Shine runs a confidential helpline open from9amto4pm, Mon-Fri (1890 621 631).
National Drugs & HIV
HELPLINE FREEPHONE: 1800 459 459
Providing confidential support & information.
HELPLINE FREEPHONE: 1800 201 890
Supports and helps people bereaved through suicide The National Freephone Helpline is a confidential listening service for people bereaved through suicide. This service provides callers with the space and safety to speak about their loss. Callers are given the opportunity to express how they are feeling and coping or not coping as can sometimes be the reality. Callers will be offered contact details of Counselling Services and Support Groups as near as possible to the location of the caller.
Gay Switchboard Dublin
HELPLINE PHONE: 01 872 1055
GSD’s core service is provided via telephone. They provide non-directive, non-judgmental, befriending, support and a general information service to the gay, lesbian and bisexual community, to anyone who has issues relating to their sexuality, to their parents, families and friends.