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Students' Union

The Students' Union

 

 

 

Welcome to all from the Students’ Union and here’s hoping you enjoy your time here!

 

 

The Students’ Union is a representative body democratically elected by the student body each year, to provide representation and support for all students at both academic and non-academic level.  All students are automatically members of the union as we’re here for your benefit and to act on your behalf. Feel free to approach us at any time, about any issue. And, of course, the strength of any Students’ Union is dependent upon its membership, so please get involved as much as you can.

Any questions? Contact the Union's officers below, or drop into the S.U. Office, C114, at the top of the stairs in Block C.

 

Kris Sulkowski

Students' Union President & Education Officer

Kris Sulkowski

Email: studentpresident@itb.ie

Mobile: 085 197 8186     Office: 01 885 1101

Past Clubs and Societies officer by day and Engineering student by night. Spend time in ITB trying to bring change to students' life and movement. When the part time position wasn't enough he ran in the election for Students' Union President and got elected.

I think that's enough about my background, my job is to make sure that you succeed both academically and personally. Time in college is the best time of your life, you will meet a lot of people that will become your friends for life. At some stage you will be stressing out and might overlook important bits and pieces and that's when we come in.

I'm here to represent your views and oversee the swift operation of the Students' Union. I'll represent our students at the Academic Council, Finance committee, Governing Body and many more. Role of the Education officer is to provide information and assist students with their academic problems and grievances related to their courses. 

You will see me on campus doing some crazy stuff so don't hesitate to say hi and join me on my adventures.

 

Luke Daly

Vice President, Welfare Officer and Treasurer

Luke Daly

Email: studentvpresident@itb.ie

Mobile: 089 414 4839       Office: 01 885 1357

As your Welfare Officer, my job is to look out for you. That means giving you advise and guiding you in the direction of services that help with financial assistance, health (both physical and mental), disability, LGBTQ+ issues, accommodation, health, safety, sexual health and reproduction and an array of other topics.

I sit on several boards and committees to ensure that your student experience is the primary focus at all times. Some of these committees include Diversity, Equality & Inclusions Committee, Health & Well-being and others!

I work with the team to ensure that class reps are elected and that we have monthly meetings to help us work out what issues needs to be flagged for attention, what I've been doing and what I plan to do. This helps me represent ITB students both locally on campus and nationally to the Union of Students in Ireland (USI).

I operate on an open door policy, so pop in for a chat any time you need to and I'll be happy to help in whatever way I can. You can see what hours I'm available from the roster inside the Students' Union office!

Finally, my advice to those who are new coming into ITB, is to join a society or club, get involved with events across the year and avail of all the services that are there for you!

 

Mark Doyle

Entertainments Officer

Mark Doyle

Email: studentents@itb.ie

Office: 01 885 1101

The Entertainments Officer is responsible for organising and co-ordinating the social events for the student body.

The social side is hugely important for student life, and the Entertainments Officer is responsible for organising such events as Freshers’ week, Rag week and many other regular socials throughout the year.

 

Kayode Adebesin

 

Clubs & Societies Officer

Kayode Adebesin

Email: studentclubs@itb.ie 

Office: 01 885 1101

The Clubs and Societies Officer is responsible for overseeing all the clubs and societies in ITB, getting students actively involved and offering help to students who want to set up new clubs or societies.

Joining a club or society is the best way to make new friends at college, across class boundaries, and gives you the opportunity to represent the college at intervarsity level with many of the sporting clubs. A clubs and societies day will be held in September.

 

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