Students are welcome to avail of the supports and resources offered by the Counselling Service remotely.
Telephone consultations with a Counsellor are available and you can arrage and appointment in the following ways:
Call the team at 01 708 3554 or 087 372 2813 during the set hours of 9:00am to 11:00am and 2:00pm to 4:00pm
|Call Back Request:
Request a call back by clicking here and completing the form
The Counselling Service provides a range of resources for students such as:
- Information of Mental Health Services
- Self-help Resources
- Web-based Resources
- Reading Resources
Full details of all of the supports provided by the Counselling Service can be found on the dedicated webpage which can be accessed by clicking here.
The Chaplaincy Service is currently unavailable due to annual leave.
Student who have a query relating to the Chaplaincy Service can direct their query to email@example.com and students who require support are encouraged to connect with the Counselling Service (mu.ie/counselling)
Chaplaincy events are paused for the month of July. Please check back regularly for updates.
The Student Budgeting Advice Service is open for students and appointments are being operated by email and telephone.
Students may wish to check the information on the Student Budgeting Advice website as it contains FAQ's and information on supports which may be available.
During a consultation with the Student Budgeting Advisor, you will discuss your own situation and explore what assistance may be available to you.
If you wish to make an appointment with the Student Budgeting Advisor, you can do so by accessing the booking tool on the Student Budgeting Advice Service website and accessing the form 'Book and Appointment'.
Once you complete the form, you will be able to access the calendar to view and book available appointments.
* If your working hours have been impacted by Covid-19 you may be eligible for support. Please check www.welfare.ie for details *
The Student Health Centre is available during the academic year.
The Heath Centre is now closed until the academic year 2020-21 commences.
Students wishing to access a doctor during the summer months, should contact the off campus general practioner, Dr Gaffney, Glenroyal Centre, Maynooth. Telephone: 01 629 1169.
In case of emergency, call an Ambulance by dialling 999 or 112.
The Accident and Emergency Department for the Maynooth catchment area is Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15. It can be used to access emergency medical treatement 24 hours a day.
The Homefinder Service provides information to students who are in need of sourcing accommodation in the areas local to the university.
We offer a database to registered students or those who have secured the offer of an academic place at Maynooth to view advertisements for accommodation in the community.
To see how and when to access the listings, www.maynoothstudentpad.ie and full details of timelines of when advertisements are available please visit www.maynoothuniversity.ie/homefinder
Currently the team are working remotely to ensure adverts and resources to assist you in your search for accommodation are available to you when advertising commences. The team can be reached by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Advertising is currently postponed and updates will be posted to the webpage when available.
The Student Support Hub offer the following services to registered students and prospective/new students:
- General Help and Guidance
- Emergency Short-Term Funding
Students who are unsure of which support services they may wish to access or who require general guidance on the supports offered by Student Servcies are welcome to contact the team who are operating remotely by emailing email@example.com
Students who are unsure of what area of the university they may need to connect with to assist with their query may find it useful to check the Student Help Questions available.
Short Term Emergency Assistance:
Students who are in need of a short term loan of up to €50.00 (re-payable) or assistance by way of Food Vouchers can apply directly to the Student Support Hub by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the team will asssit you.
Our modern and friendly purpose built crèche is located on the North Campus directly across from the student apartments.
The crèche re-opened on 29th June 2020 and is currently operating and adhering to public health guidelines.
Enquiries can be directed to the Crèche manager, Mary Coleman at email@example.com
If you wish to explore what is offered by the crèche you can visit the dedicated webpage by clicking here.