An Overview Of Your Campus:
St Patrick's Campus is the 2nd largest campus in DCU:
The college is over 140 years old and was taken over by DCU in 2016 along with the All Hallows Campus. We have 240 rooms in the residences.
Your New Address:
House (1, 2, 3 or 4),
DCU St Patricks Campus,
Reception Opening Times:
Your reception will be open 9.15-5pm Monday to Friday and a half day Saturday & Sunday.
We will let you know weekly which half of the day we will be here at the weekends.
Your post will come to reception. All letters will be placed in a cubby hole with your room number on it and we will email you if you receive a package.
All maintenance requests are logged through your student portal using your login details. If, however, you need help logging a maintenance ticket, please come to reception. We are more than happy to help.
Travelling to and from DCU St Patricks Campus:
Dublin Airport to DCU- If your tansport from Dublin Airport is not organised by the International Office, the easiest way to travel from Dublin Airport if you are carrying a lot of luggage is by taxi. The cost will be in the region of €20 and please be very clear with your taxi driver that you are going to DCU St Patricks Campus in DRumcondra.
Buses from Dublin Airport- You can take the 16, 33, 41 & 41C from Dublin Airport to DCU All Hallows. When you hear St Patricks College announced you can get off the bus, You will see the DCU sign at the gate.
On Campus Sports Complex
The fantastic DCU Sports Complex was the winner of the 2016 “Sports Complex Of The Year” award and is located in the same building the Glasnevin accommodation reception. As a student you can avail of all the facilities for €260 a year or €22 per month. If this is of interest to you get in early once you arrive as the queues to sign up can be long. They offer a range of classes and studios to complete any fitness programme you want to do. As a gym member you have the option of using both gyms in Glasnevin and St.Patrick’s. The Glasnevin gym is the better of the two offering more variety and choice.