SRCSU hosts a series of events across the College throughout the academic year to ensure students have access to advice, information and resources to help both personally and academically, including alcohol awareness, annual awareness days, employability sessions, mental health, health hub activities, online safety, anti-bullying and more. By getting involved you can learn new skills, gain work experience and boost your CV all whilst spending time with enthusiastic, like-minded people and forming lifelong friendships!
For more information, please contact the Student Engagement Coordinator, Jason Brennan firstname.lastname@example.org
As a student at SRC you are automatically a member of the SRC Students’ Union, unless you choose to opt out. SRCSU is dedicated to enhancing the student experience across all College campuses.
SRCSU is run by students who are elected by fellow students as Class Reps and Students’ Union Officers!
These positions are a fantastic opportunity for students to gain a range of new skills, add something to their CVs and interact with students and staff from across the College.
What's Involved Class reps Class Reps are elected in their class groups with their Personal Tutor. Class Reps attend consultative meetings with academic staff throughout the year as well as attending the campus council meetings with the Student Activities team (three times per year). Students' Union Officers Students’ Union Officers are elected by the whole campus. Officers nominate themselves and organise their election campaign.
Joining a sports team is a great way to meet new people, do something you enjoy and maintain a healthy active lifestyle! We love to welcome new team members and students are encouraged to represent SRC in a team sport, including:
- Gaelic Football
We also have a range of individual sports, which include:
Please note these sports are open to all full-time students from any SRC campus. You can represent the College in any team or individual sport competition.
Contact Armagh campus Darragh Peden email@example.com Joanne Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org Lurgan campus Jerome Donnelly email@example.com Aileen Pyers firstname.lastname@example.org Newry campus Stephen Ferris email@example.com Maeve Galloway firstname.lastname@example.org Volleyball Paul McIlwaine email@example.com
The Health Hub is a free and confidential health and wellbeing service where young people aged 16-25 years can access information, support and a sexual health nurse-led clinic.
The Health Hub provides information and advice on areas including:
- Health checks (including BMI, diet, nutrition advice & more)
- Contraception (free condoms, pregnancy testing, emergency contraception and advice on other contraceptive services).
- STI testing (free test kits available from the First Aid rooms at SRC campuses)
- Smoking cessation
- Drugs and alcohol
- Stress and mental health
The Health Hub is available at each SRC campus. There is no appointment needed – simply drop in or click on the QR code below to get in touch with a nurse or Youth Engagement staff member. You can also call the Health Hub at any time on 0778 743 2845 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Health Hub schedule across SRC Campuses
Newry East Campus