The DCUSU Elect have strongly criticised the recent decision taken by the DCU management to increase the cost of on-campus accommodation calling the decision disgraceful and unfair for the students they will represent.
Equality of access, participation, and outcomes for postgraduate students in DCU are three subjects on the agenda for Isabel Aust, who is running uncontested for the position of Postgraduate Student Officer in the upcoming SU elections.
Fearghal Lynch is a final year Enterprise Computing student running for the DCUSU presidency. Facility improvements, college wide events and a return of the DCU-St Pats House Cup are just some of his proposals if he is elected to the DCUSU presidency.
Caitlin Grant is running as a part-time candidate for the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Representative position for the college year of 2020/2021. Grant is currently in her first year of a Bachelor of Arts (Joint Honours) degree where she is studying Law and French.
Edy Nastase is a first-year common engineering student and the only candidate running for the position of Engineering and Computing Faculty Rep. “I want to represent DCU’s next generation of STEM students and offer them the opportunity of becoming the best at international level”, said Nastase.