Your time in college in an opportunity not only to develop academically but to get involved in a wide range of new and interesting activities on campus. Make the most of your time in college - get involved in something you've always wanted to try..
The Trinity Life website provides a wide range of information on getting involved in extra-curricular activities including participating in one or several of the clubs, societies,and volunteer groups. It also includes information on living in Dublin.
The Students' Union offers a range of services to undergrads including the SU shop & bookshop, Junior Common Room, the University Times, Employment assistance, SU Ents and much more.
Join a Club, Society today
Trinity Societies are open to all students. The Central Societies Committee is responsible for student societies. Their website provides an overview of all existing societies and how to start your own.
Sport and exercise can help you work better academically and also help take your mind off college work.
If you have an interest in writing you might want to get involved in the Trinity News. It is an entirely student produced, independent and free newspaper which is published every fortnight during term. They report on College news, national and international news, societies, features as well as business, careers, travel, and sport.
Help Someone Else
Student 2 Student are a group of students trained in listening and helping and we're here for you. Whenever you need someone to talk to or just someone to listen. If you need someone you feel can relate to you or is sharing the same experience we're always more than happy to help. We wander the college corridors wearing red hoodies and are always happy to stop for a chat or if you just need a friend hello or wave don't hesitate!
Trinity Volunteers Opportunities Forum
TVOF endeavours to raise support and awareness amongst both the local and business community and to provide a forum for the discussion of volunteer issues, sharing resources and information, as well as providing rapport between