UCC Student Health
UCC Student Health does not use general e-mail services to communicate with students on matters of a clinical nature. Healthcare Professionals such as your Pharmacist or your own GP or Specialist can request details of prescriptions and other matters in your record by emailing us (with your consent) on the Healthmail.ie secure network at: email@example.com
UCC Student Counselling and Development
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, this department is working remotely. Counselling support is available and students can choose to access sessions by phone or online. To arrange an appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We ask students to use their UCC Umail accounts when contacting student counselling and development.
UCC Niteline is a student run non-judgemental listening service. If you are a UCC sutdent and have an issue on your mind, no matter how big or small, you can contact Niteline for someone to provide a listening and friendly ear. All of voluteers volunteers are UCC students trained by the Cork Samaritans.
NOTE: Due to the pandemic, this service is currently only available in an instant messaging setting.
- Available Hours: 9pm-1am, Sunday-Thursday (term time only)
- Website: https://www.ucc.ie/en/peersupport/niteline/
UCC Health Matters Initiative
UCC Health Matters is constantly working to improve the health and wellbeing of staff, students, and visitors to our university community.
We utilise the World Health Organisation's "Health Promoting University" framework which takes into account three things:
- The protection of health and the promotion of wellbeing for staff, students, and the wider community through policies and practices
- Relating health promotion to research and teaching
- Developing health promotion alliances and outreach links in the community.
UCC achieved its goal in becoming a recognised Health Promoting University in February 2015. Through UCC Health Matters, HSE South presented UCC with a flag which represents the university's continued commitment to Health Promotion for all staff and students.
Mardyke Arena UCC
The Arena Clinic
Currently providing a limited physiotherapy service which includes providing advice/information and exercise prescription. This is done through email or phone call.
If you have a query, please email the arena clinic using the contact details below and one of our chartered physiotherapists will contact you ASAP.
As a UCC Department for Wellbeing and Health, the Chaplaincy is an inclusive service that offers a space for community, conversation, support, guidance, and enrichment for all students and staff at UCC. They support all UCC students and staff, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, disability, family status, sexual orientation, marital status, religious/non-religious background, or spirituality.
They are delighted to welcome all in the UCC family to their vibrant and warm community to meet new friends, unwind between classes, and just be yourself.