All students of DCU are automatically members of the DCU Students’ Union. DCUSU is there for you throughout your time at DCU. We provide opportunities, help create change, throw great events on campus and offer support when things go wrong.
DCUSU is made up of 14 executive officers, 5 of whom are full-time sabbatical officers elected and paid by the student body. Each class has at least one elected class representative who sits on Programme Boards and attends Class Rep Council to discuss all issues affecting the students of DCU. Your full-time sabbaticals represent your views by sitting on various university decision-making committees. Call in to the DCUSU offices on either the Glasnevin campus or the St. Patrick’s campus to avail of their services, purchase tickets for upcoming gigs in DCU, buy your bus and rail tickets, including Leap Cards, hang out in our chill-out areas or just come in for a chat. Their doors are always open!
We are in the process of training our SU representatives to make sure that they have a good understanding of autism and how they might represent autism community members through their SU work. SU Vice President for Welfare & Equality, is actively involved in helping us to make DCU more autism-friendly.
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Contact information for DCU Neurodivergent Society – firstname.lastname@example.org