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Learning Support Unit


The Learning Support Unit (LSU) provides learning support on request from the learner. In 2014-2015 in excess of 930 students used the service. All services are based on a supervised self-help model to empower the student and help them to reach their full potential.


Services include:


• Additional tuition in all subjects, on request from the student


• Workshops in: Study Skills, Exam Techniques, Academic Writing Skills, Maths, Computing and Course Subjects


• Support for students with learning difficulties


• Peer Assisted Learning • English Language support


Service is free to registered students. Additional tuition is only offered on the basis of a consultation. For more information about the Learning Support Unit and its services, visit www.lit.ie/LearningSupport


Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care LIT has two Chaplains whose services are available to students of all religious denominations. The Chaplaincy is available to help any student/staff member of LIT and has four main areas of support: Care, Community, Spirituality and other general duties. LIT’s Pastoral Care provides a welcoming, approachable and available service to all students of the Institute community; It offers spiritual, pastoral care and pastoral counselling to enable students to make the most of their time in the Institute.


Moylish/Clare Street Fr Declan Murray, S.J Email: declan.murray@lit.ie Moylish campus:


Clare Street campus:


Thurles/Clonmel Fr Thomas Hearne Email: thomas.hearne@lit.ie Thurles campus: Clonmel campus:


Students’ Union


The Students’ Union is the representative organisation of all students in the college and is run by an elected President and elected officers who play a major role in areas such as student welfare, finance, entertainment and clubs and societies at LIT.


LIT’s Students’ Union is an important organisation in the college in that it gives students a strong voice on the issues that affect them in their daily college lives. The Students’ Union also represents students both locally in discussions with college authorities and at national level and is affiliated to the Union of Students of Ireland (USI), the national representative body for students in Ireland. Throughout the year, students can use the Students’ Union offices as resource centres for information and advice on a wide variety of areas such as grants, accommodation, student travel, etc.


Given our multi-campus location, LIT has a Students’ Union President who is supported by a number of elected officers across all the campuses. The Students’ Union plays an active part in student life across the campuses and is involved in many activities for new first year students each year. The crew from the SU will probably be the first people you get to know when you start college!


Tel: 061 293135 Email: SU.Reception@student.lit.ie Check us out on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/LITStudentsUnion


Undergraduate Prospectus 2017/2018 13 < Tel: 061 293302


Monday – Friday: 9.00am – 5.00pm (except Tuesday & Thursday afternoons) Tuesday and Thursday afternoons


Tel: 0504 28032 (Thurles) | 0504 28430 (Clonmel)


Monday 10.00am – 5.00pm, Wednesday 10.00am – 5.00pm Thursday 11.00am – 3.30pm


Support Services


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