UCD Student Health Service
The Student Health Service provides primary care to registered students of University College Dublin. This includes a GP service, nurse service, part time psychiatrist and part time addiction counsellor. UCD also provides Silver Cloud self help online psycho-educational programme free of charge for all students who wish to access it.
UCD seeks to ensure the promotion of mental health and wellbeing as part of the UCD Student Experience. Good mental health and wellbeing is a valuable support when faced with the kind of difficulties that many students in higher education encounter which are similar to the kinds of difficulties found in wider society.
We can help any UCD student with any concerns about their mental or physical health.
hours: Mon - Fri 9.30-12.30 and 2.30-4.30
Phone: 01 716 3134
Address: Student Centre, University College Dublin, Belfield Campus, Clonskeagh, Dublin 4
website: Student Health Service
with: Abuse / Sexual Violence Addiction Anxiety Bullying Depression Eating problems Grief Loneliness Regret Relationships Sexuality/Gender Issues Stress Tired all the time
Age range: All UCD Students
Time: If your problem is urgent a GP can call you on the same day.
Do I need my parents permission if I'm under 18?: no
How do I connect with your service?
You need to be a registered student of UCD and call us at 017163134.
Any student who feels the need for support should contact their Student Adviser in the first instance where they will be guided to the appropriate service.
How have your services changed due to Coronavirus?
The service is now primarily and telephone and video service. The Student Health Service continues to provide a service to all UCD students who request it.
Call us 01 7163134 (During Covid 19 our phone consultations are charged at €15)