Life @ TUS
We want you to really enjoy your time at TUS Athlone campus and to feel supported and encouraged from the first moment you thought of studying with us, to your graduation and beyond.
It may be that you need help finding a programme of study. Maybe you simply need information about your fees, or your next examination.
Whatever your needs, Registry staff are here to help and support you every step of the way.
'Through Our Eyes' exhibition
Students from all disciplines in TUS are invited to submit proposals which may encompass examples of: fine art, design, animation, performance, fashion, the written word, music and socially engaged art practice. A selection of work will be shortlisted for exhibition.
Note to students:
You don’t have to be an artist/designer/musician to submit an application; TUS students are multi-talented and may be engaged in other academic studies as well as being creative in their own right! Both individual and group submissions are warmly welcomed!
HOW TO APPLY
CLICK HERE to access the ‘Through Our Eyes’ online application form.
- The application period opens in December after the conclusion of the Connect & Engage programme and closes 12pm, 4th January 2023; shortlisting will be completed thereafter.
- Shortlisting and final selection will be carried out by a selection panel comprised of staff and students from TUS. Notification to successful students will be at the end of January 2023.
- ‘Through Your Eyes’ exhibit will take place in February 2023 on the Athlone campus, exact date to be confirmed.
- This initiative is a joint collaboration between the TUS Midlands Student Resource Centre, TUS Midlands Design and Animation Department, the TUS/LSAD Exhibition Society and Limerick School of Art and Design.
- The ‘Through Our Eyes’ exhibit will be hosted on the Athlone Campus in the Creative Hub of the award winning Engineering and Informatics Building in February 2023.
- Selected work from students in the Midwest will be transported from LSAD to the Athlone campus and will be returned on conclusion of the exhibit.
- A bus will be provided to transport exhibiting students from the Midwest to the Athlone campus.
- For further information regarding the background and selection panel for ‘Through Our Eyes’ see the document available to download below.
- For any further questions, please contact: Sarah La Cumbre, firstname.lastname@example.org or Sinead Denby email@example.com.
Student Resource Centre
The Student Resource Centre team pride themselves on being friendly and welcoming and strive to do our utmost to help students make the most out of their time in TUS Athlone. College life is exciting however it is not without challenges so we are often the first port of call when students are struggling to deal with problems which may arise.
You’ll find us very approachable and happy to answer your questions, so don’t worry about not knowing exactly where to go - we are happy to help, no problem is too big or too small. Click here to get to know the members of our team. You have a wide range of supports and resources available to you; the choice is yours!
Drop by, email or phone the Student Resource Centre Welcome Office in D1114, at the start of the D corridor around the corner from main reception.
Learning and Teaching Unit
CPID is dedicated to the support and advancement of learning and teaching at TUS Athlone. The unit will work collaboratively to continue to develop a culture that:
- Respects and supports individual differences among learners.
- Encourages the development of student centered learning environments in which diverse students can learn and excel.
- Values and rewards teaching. Supports staff in educational research.
- Assist with the dissemination of best practice in higher education. Encourages the implementation of pedagogical initiatives/innovations. Promotes and supports the objectives and measures which relate to excellence and innovation in learning and teaching.