Sixty Trinity students occupied the Dining Hall last Wednesday in an ongoing protest over supplemental fees of €450 being introduced for re-sit exams.
A Gender Identity and Expression policy for DCU is currently in the final stages of development and can be expected later this year, the head of the University’s Equality Office has said.
Vito Moloney Burke was elected DCUSU President on March 9th, after securing over 80 per cent of the votes in his favour.
Primary teaching students on St. Patrick’s Campus are seeking financial aid for placement from DCU.
DCU will benefit from a new multi-million fund which will encourage underrepresented students to access higher education.
Vito Moloney Burke is a third year business student, the current Chairperson for the DCU Society Life Committee, and is the only candidate in the running to be the next DCU SU President.
DCU will be the host of the World Anti-Bullying Forum (WABF) 2019 after Dublin secured a bid to house the worldwide event.
DCU’s Body and Soul week hopes to help students develop a positive self-image through events centred around body confidence and mindfulness.
College grant overpayments worth €2.8m were left outstanding at the end of 2016, according to a City of Dublin Education and Training Board report.
A graphic pro-life “educational display” was set up outside the entrance of DCU intending to catch students attention as they entered the college.