University Heritage Services
"To care for, exhibit and promote UCC’s collections, thus contributing to the University’s ability to educate, innovate and communicate".
Heritage Services provides collections management services in respect of the curatorial collections of Queens College / University College, Cork, consisting of:
- Museum & teaching collections
- University memorabilia
The curatorial collections correspond to the broad range of disciplines and activities of the University, from Archaeology to Zoology.
Heritage Services supports the work of Buildings & Estates towards the achievement of our strategic aims and in respect of the architectural, landscape, natural and historic inheritance of UCC.
Heritage Services provides advice, information and specialist support on heritage topics to the academic and administrative units of the University.
In addition, the Curator provides curatorial services to The Honan Trust in respect of the Honan Chapel.
Public enquiries arising from any aspect of the University's heritage are welcome.
Some highlights of the collections:
- The Ogam and Carved Stones
- The University Mace
- The Presidents Portraits
The University Curator is Michael Holland.
Buildings & Estates Office
UCC, Cork, Ireland.
F / Ph. + 353 (0)21 4903554
(guthphost ar fáil / voicemail available)
Rp / E. email@example.com
UCC - A Heritage of Learning since 1845