The health and well-being of our students is our top priority. We recognise that this is a difficult time, which is impacting on how and where we study.
It is more important now than ever for all of us to take care of our mental as well as physical health.
The University has a number of resources for students to help you find the support and information you need. These resources are updated regularly and are available on the student well-being page on Moodle.
The Student Services Office is responsible for a range of non-academic support and services, including: Accommodation, clubs and societies, financial assistance, gym and fitness facilities, immigration, orientation and student events. The team is based on the ground floor in RCSI, 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2 and are looking forward to meeting you.
|Student Academic and Regulatory Affairs (SARA)||
The SARA Office is responsible for all academic matters, such as Undergraduate exams and exam-related queries, including: transcripts, results, timetables, Garda vetting, regulations, clinical electives and USMLEs. The SARA office is located on the 1st floor in RCSI, 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
The Student Fees Office is responsible for all fee-related queries. Fees staff are located in the SARA Office, RCSI, 123 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
|RCSI’S Centre for Mastery: Personal, Professional and Academic Success (CoMPPAS)||
CoMPPAS works collaboratively with students to facilitate and empower them to achieve their personal, professional and academic goals. CoMPPAS provides a range of independent and confidential professional services and supports – access to these services is not recorded on student transcripts.
|RCSI Student Welfare||
The CoMPPAS Student Welfare team provides confidential one-to-one support and advice for students at RCSI. The service is social worker led and aims to provide a compassionate, inclusive and student-centered service. We provide individual consultations with students, run workshops and student events. We also help students to access support from other helpful services, like counselling. Learn more.
Niteline provides a friendly and completely confidential listening ear for anyone who feels they need to talk about issues worrying them. Phone lines are open every night of term from 9pm - 2.30am. Niteline also offer an online listening service via instant messaging.
1800 793 793
IT offer support to students through the IT Helpdesk, which is located in the IT Department, RCSI House, 121 St Stephen’s Green.
Moodle, the RCSI virtual learning environment (VLE) is a valuable resource for all registered students, facilitating access to a wide variety of information including: class timetables, lecture notes, multimedia tutorials, results, self-assessment tests and events for clubs and societies. It is password protected for the exclusive use of RCSI students. To log in, simply enter your RCSI provided network username and password.
In an emergency you should phone 999 or 112 (ambulance, police, and fire brigade service). If you are experiencing an emergency on campus, please contact campus security.