The Student Learning Centre staff are here to support all our students during the COVID 19 closure. Whether it is academic and study support, organisation and time management while working from home or self-care tips. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can arrange a phone call or video chat whichever suits. Stay safe.
We offer workshops and individual sessions throughout the academic year. The aim of our psychology-led service is to empower students with the tools to become independent learners.
The Student Learning Centre also provides specialist support for students with mental health difficulties and neuro-diverse learning profiles including Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autism Spectrum Disorder/Aspergers and ADD/ADHD.
We take a holistic, biopsychosocial approach with students recognizing that social, emotional and personal issues have a huge impact on students’, and that these areas need to be supported in order for students to achieve academic success. Our aim is to teach students to self-monitor, self-regulate and self-manage their difficulties, teaching them ways to set rewards and goals and targets for themselves and giving them the necessary tools to self-manage the learning journey. Some students will be able to do this after a couple of sessions and take the tools with them as they progress through college and beyond, while others may need additional support sessions. We understand no two students are the same and sessions are tailored to the individual student’s needs.
If you need to meet with a member of the Student Learning Centre please email for an appointment: email@example.com
The Student Learning Centre is based in the Student Experience office in the Carriglea Building (Glass fronted office) 1st right when you come through the main door.