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University College Cork is committed to making your transition to third level education a positive one. Before actually starting your lectures you will be invited to attend Orientation, Registration and Welcome Programme. These are specifically designed to enhance the experience of incoming students, provide you with necessary guidance and support, and encourage you to take advantage of all that the University has to offer.
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University College Cork is committed to making your transition to our university environment a positive one. Before actually starting lectures, you will be invited to attend Orientation to obtain information about how we do things and how to make the most of your time here. Orientation is designed specifically to enhance the experience of incoming students and encourage you to take advantage of all the university has to offer. The Orientation Programme will address the academic, general, practical and social aspects of campus life. You will learn about the Student Services available to all students, take an in-depth tour of campus, meet with your academic staff and be informed of what will be required in your programme of study, hear about the many Clubs and Societies active on campus, and, finally, have an opportunity to get to know your fellow classmates during the social events sponsored by the Students’ Union.
Orientation will be your bridge to a successful and pleasant integration to university life. We look forward to having you on campus and plan to make your Orientation Programme exciting and informative. Peer Student Leaders Current UCC students will provide useful information and advice and will act as a resource for you and your Faculty.
When is Orientation?
Go to the next section below to find out when your orientation will take place.
U-Link Peer Support
Who can avail of the support of a peer leader?
All first year students can avail of an experienced UCC student, who is trained to assist you in the transition to university. You are linked with a peer supporter at orientation who will provide help and support throughout your first year at UCC. Peer support leaders come from all backgrounds, courses and years and include mature students, students with specific disabilities and international students. You can be put in contact with specific students should you require it. Nothing is too small to ask or talk about with a peer supporter.