Restaurants and cafés on campus will no longer require proof of vaccination from October 22
College has confirmed that restrictions on indoor dining on campus are to be lifted on October 22.
Today, College has confirmed to Trinity News that restaurants and cafés will no longer require proof of Covid-19 vaccination or a recovery certificate …
Trinity is increasing rents by over 2%, despite the cap in the 2021 Residential Tenancies Act
On July 16, the Residential Tenancies (No. 2) Act 2021 was signed into law by the President. Amending previous Residential Tenancies Acts, the legislation limits rent increases for all tenancies and extends temporary emergency protections for tenants impacted by Covid-19.…
A student’s cost of living in Dublin is now estimated to be €1539 a month
The cost of going to college is expected to rise to almost €14,000 this year for students living away from home.
This is a significant increase from the 2019-20 academic year, when college costs were estimated at €12,171 for the …
The national service began at Dublin airport this month
Irish higher education institutions (HEIs) are providing a free “greet and transfer” service at Dublin airport for international students arriving for the upcoming semester.
Announced by the Irish Universities Association (IUA), the service began at Dublin airport on August 1 …
The IUA, THEA and RCSI have committed to “maximum on-site presence” for the upcoming semester.
Higher education institutions (HEIs) represented by the Irish Universities Association (IUA) have released a joint statement confirming the return to college campuses in September.
The sector-wide commitment to reopening builds upon the Safe Return Plan (a safe return to on-site …
Harris said that the resumption of club and society events is “essential”.
Yesterday, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris visited Trinity to discuss the return of students to campus.
Harris met with Trinity College Dublin Students’ Union (TCDSU) President Leah Keogh and Education Officer Bev Genockey. …
Vaccine rollout “ahead of schedule” as registration for Pfizer and Moderna vaccines opens for all adults today.
From today, anyone from 18 years of age can register to receive an mRNA Covid-19 vaccine at a vaccination centre.
Last night, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly announced on social media that young people can register for the Pfizer or …
Maudie Brady, Rowan Gillespie, Vera Klute and Guy Reid have been commissioned to create four bust sculptures of women for the Old Library
Today, College announced that it has commissioned four artists to create four new sculptures for the Long Room in the Old Library.
The first to be commissioned in over a century, the new Long Room sculptures will also be the …
Funding for extra places in health sciences, law and other disciplines to be discussed by Cabinet today.
Today, a proposal to fund just over 4,600 additional college places is to be discussed by the Cabinet.
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris is to seek government approval for €24 million to fund …
The committee began a pre-legislative examination of the bill today.
This afternoon, the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Education, Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science met to discuss the Higher Education Authority Act 2021.
The committee also discussed a motion pertaining to Dáil Éireann and Seanad Éireann’s approval of …