YOUR STUDENTS' UNION
Maynooth Students' Union (MSU) is the representative body for all students. The aim of MSU is to promote, defend and advance the interests of its members. Every registered student is a member of the Maynooth Students' Union.
For further information about the MSU and the various services its provides, please visit their website: www.msu.ie
For information on the MSU events, visit the their entertainments website: www.msuents.ie
SPORTS ON CAMPUS
At Maynooth University, we aim to provide as many students and staff as possible with the opportunity to partake in sports and physical recreation.
The formative years spent at university should encompass a lot more than study and course-work. Research and practical knowledge vouches that sport enables all of us to work and play better. For students, the lifestyle habits adopted during the college years are likely to be those for life. School-leavers just starting college have an obvious advantage and can anticipate quick gains through physical training which should stand to them for the rest of their years.
Maynooth University is committed to the development of sporting excellence and awards a number of sport scholarships annually to promote and foster sporting talent in the University. We have sports development programmes in:
For further information on sports on campus, visit the website: www.maynoothuniversity.ie/sport
Welcome to MSU Life home to Maynooth University Clubs and Societies.
There are currently over 100 clubs and societies - something for everyone, no matter who you are or what your tastes, there will be a club/society to suit you.
From developing existing skills, trying something different and making new friends, joining a club or society is one of the best things you can do.
Clubs and Societies are student run and are a vital part of the student experience here in Maynooth University.
For further Information on how to join clubs and societies, visit the website: www.msulife.ie
The Maynooth Green Campus Committee (MGC) is officially in existence since December 2012. MGC brings together stakeholders from St Patrick’s college Maynooth (SPCM), Maynooth University, and the Catholic world development agency, Trócaire, headquartered on campus.
MGC’s goal is to achieve the Green Campus Flag. This Flag is an international award and the award scheme is co-ordinated by the Foundation for Environmental Education, based in Copenhagen. The Flag is awarded to third level colleges that satisfy an assessment of progress undertaken by An Taisce.
To reach this goal MGC created a roadmap with a set of realistic objectives that fall under a number of thematic headings: Biodiversity, Energy Management, Water Conservation, Waste Management, Sustainable Travel and Transport, and Climate Justice.
For further information about Maynooth Green Campus and how to get involved, visit the Maynooth Green Campus website.
Tacaíonn Oifig na Gaeilge le húsáid na Gaeilge i measc fhoireann agus mhic léinn. má tá spéis agat sa Ghaeilge, tapaigh na deiseanna atá ar fáil in ollscoil mhá nuad. Bí linn!
The Irish Language Office supports the use of the Irish language among staff and students. If you have an interest in Irish, make the most of the opportunities available in Maynooth University. Be with us!
For further information on Oifig na Gaeilge and the services it offers, visit the Oifig na Gaeilge Website.