Student Academic Administration
Due to the current situation with COVID-19, MIC campuses, Limerick and Thurles, will be closed as of Thursday 12 March at 6pm until further notice. During this time, please forward any queries by email to email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: For the duration of the College closure Student Status Applications, e.g. Requests for Leave of Absence, Return from Leave of Absence, Internal Transfer, External Transfer, Readmission, Exemptions etc., should be sent to the following staff members:
MIC Limerick students: All applications to be considered by the Student Status Committee should be emailed to Carrie.Ryan@mic.ul.ie.
MIC Thurles students: All applications to be considered by the Student Status Committee should be emailed to Paula.Hourigan@mic.ul.ie.
The office of Student Academic Administration assists students to access important information as they progress through their programme and assists staff and students through important processes throughout the academic year.
The office directly supports the work undertaken by the Vice-President - Academic Affairs, Prof. Niamh Hourigan, and the Assistant Registrar, Dr Patrick Connolly.
This office is responsible for maintaining all student records on our Academic Information System inclusive of the following:
- Academic Calendar
- Semester Timetables
- Examination Timetables
- Student Handbook
For more detail on these activities, see the SAA section in the Current Students area of this site.
The Student Academic Administration Office is located in Room 112, situated on the first floor of the Foundation Building, and is open from 10am-12.30pm and 2-4.30 pm, Monday to Friday.
Paula Hourigan, Senior Academic Administrator, performs many of the functions listed above at MIC Thurles. Her office is located in P122 on the first floor of the main building on the Thurles campus.
- Student Academic Administration is dedicated to providing a professional and supportive service for students and staff in a welcoming environment.
- We are committed to striving for excellence in the delivery of this crucial service and in doing so endeavour to promote the College’s ethos and mission.
- We foster a holistic approach with an “open door” policy, recognising with respect the diverse social and cultural backgrounds, values and beliefs of our students.
- We advocate nurturance of the Irish Language and Culture.