The Access UCC department aims to widen participation for all students. One of the ways the department does this is through our community outreach projects. Read more about these projects below.
Access UCC outreach aims to run outreach within Primary schools to give information to the students and to promote an interest in further education. They also run workshops and campus tours to spur an interest in University.
Please see the following information page below to learn more about how UCC supports Primary School outreach.
Access UCC run outreach to secondary schools to spread awareness of alternative entry routes to UCC.
Please see the following information page below to learn more about how UCC supports Secondary School outreach.
Traveller Mentoring Programme
Access UCC is aiming to widen participation from the travelling community who are seeking to pursue a third-level education.
Please see the following information page below to learn more about how UCC supports the Traveller mentoring programme.
Whatever your goal may be, the role of the Further Education Transition Support Programme is to help you get there. There will be many challenges along the way, there will be changes of mind, new ideas or realisations or maybe personal circumstances where life gets in the way of your studies. This programme aims to provide the student with additional support in those circumstances.
Please see the following information page below to learn more about how UCC supports the further education outreach programme.
Assistive technology is any item or technology which assists in the daily life of a person with a disability. This can range from something low-tech such as a coloured overlay for the physical paper to complex software such as screen-readers. UCC have a wide range of assistive technology available to help students who may have a variety of disabilities which can help them during their time at UCC.
Please see the following information page below to learn more about how UCC supports the Assistive technology outreach programme.