Maynooth University wellbeing Services
There are a number of great support services available on campus to help you get the most out of your University experience. While these services are always available when you encounter a problem or an issue, they can be most effective when you engage with them early; whether you have a question, are unsure of something or foresee a problem coming up. If you are in any doubt about what services you should engage with just drop into the SU and have a chat with our Welfare Officer. They can advise you and refer you to the most appropriate service.
student support hub
The Student Support Hub offers students general help and guidance as well as operating the Homefinder Service. Students in need of help or unsure where to go for support can drop in for guidance.
The Student Emergency Fund Short Term Loan facility operates in the Hub where students can apply for a loan of up to €50.00 on the day if they experience an unforeseen financial difficulty. The facility is available Monday to Friday at 10am and 2.30pm.
Located in Student Services on the ground floor
firstname.lastname@example.org // (01) 708 4729
student support OFFICER
The Student Support Officer is available to students to offer personal and practical support and guidance.
Students are welcome to drop-in, phone or email for an appointment. The Student Support Officer is available in the Student Services building on the North Campus.
MU Student Support Officer
email@example.com // (01) 474 7627
Student Health Centre
The Student Health Centre is an acute care/advisory service. The service is envisaged as an addition to the student’s own family doctor or specialist medical service.
The Student Health Centre is located in the Student Services building on the North Campus. The Sexual Health Clinic is also part of the Health Centre's offerings.
Student Health Centre // Reception
(01) 708 3878
The Student Counselling Service is a professional, confidential counselling service provided to all registered students of Maynooth University.
Counselling provides the opportunity for any student to discuss in private any concerns which may be impacting on academic performance personal issues, or mental health and well-being.
Counselling is generally offered on a one to one basis, is short-term in nature, strictly confidential and provided free of charge. The office is located on the top floor of the Student Services building on the North Campus.
A daily Drop-In Service is provided from 2.00-3.00pm and operates on a first come, first served basis. No appointment necessary for Drop-In.
Student Counselling // Reception
(01) 708 3554 // Request a Call-back: https://www.maynoothuniversity.ie/node/394198/
Student Chaplaincy Service
Whether it is around campus, at events throughout the year or within the Chaplaincy office, Chaplaincy offers a friendly, non-judgemental ear to anyone who wants it. Chaplaincy is here for those of all faiths and none.
Chaplaincy is available Monday-Friday 9am to 5pm. Within these hours there are dedicated drop-in times and appointments can also be made. Chaplaincy is based in the Arts block on the North Campus in Room 49.
firstname.lastname@example.org / (01) 708 3469