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by Eileen Shannon Contact
Topic: Academic life
Views: 76
Hi everyone!Hope everyone had a lovely Christmas and welcome back to semester 2! By now, everyone will be more familiar with college life and with Galway, but always remember that it’s still ok to have questions, and there is plenty of supports and help available if you need them! Here’s a quick reminder of what’s available Student Connect MentoringLike last semester, your mentor will be on hand to support you with any queries you have, and to be a friendly face among the crowd! Never hesitate to contact them via WhatsApp and remember – there’s no such thing as a silly question!Also, there are some great events lined up for this semester, including the first ever Student Connect Ball! So polish the shoes and get the ball gowns out! Find our event here: 2. CounsellingIf you’re finding that sometimes the college life can be daunting or stressful, if things are getting you down or even if you... read more
by 12130001
Views: 91
“When I was younger, so much younger than todayI never needed anybody’s help in any way,But now those days are gone, I’m not so self-assured,Now I find I’ve changed my mind and opened up the doors.Help me if you can, I’m feeling down” Everyone needs help sometimes. The services at NUIG are super friendly, so don’t be afraid to use them! There is a huge amount of variety - ranging from financial help to free GP visits at the health unit.  Don't forget that if you're struggling, NUIG has measures in place to help you.  This blog post is just to highlight the different services available for students.  We’ve included links to their websites where you can easily find their contact information and opening hours. Chaplaincy/Counselling:  If you're having any problems settling in or making friends the chaplaincy is a great place to go they're always there to lend an ear. If you prefer something... read more