Student services

Student services
I can't say that there was anything I felt particularly uninformed about in JF, but then I
had a very smooth transition to college. I suppose knowing about all of the services
that the health service provides might be useful, because they have a mental health
service that I was largely unaware of until recently, and their respective costs. I was
afraid to go for a long time because I thought it might be really expensive!
4th year European Studies, TCD
Also, take advantage of all the great services the college and the Students Union
provide for you. If you need to chat to people about education issues or welfare
issues just go in and as it is what they are there for.
3rd year Irish Studies, TCD
Use the student services. Student Learning Development do excellent FREE
workshops from writing essays to taking exams. If you are feeling stressed or have
problems in your personal life seek help from the Counselling Service, sooner rather
than later. Don't think you have to wait until you go home to see a GP, make an
appointment with the College Health Centre. If you have a disability talk to the
Disability Service, you don't have to register with them, at least make an informed
decision. Use your Student's Union.
PhD student, Education, TCD