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Carlow College host Kandle Family Fun Day

By Carlow College on 4/20/2018

Join us for music, sport, food and art with plenty to see and do for all ages. Why not invited your wider family circle and bring along a picnic!

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Public Seminar on Genocide in Rwanda, Myanmar and Sri Lanka

By Carlow College on 3/29/2018

Carlow College, St Patrick’s are pleased to be hosting an important public seminar in an expression of solidarity with the Rohinyga community in Carlow and internationally. This seminar will take place on Tuesday, 10 April 2018, from 6pm-8pm in Cobden Hall. 

Carmarthen Symphonic Wind Band Lunch Time Concert

By Carlow College on 3/29/2018

The Carmarthen Symphonic Wind Band will perform in Carlow College, St. Patrick’s Dining Hall for a lunch time concert recital on Thursday, 12 April, from 1pm- 2pm. This ever popular band return to Carlow as part of the very successful Pan Celtic Festival. The band will play in the College in support of the Students' Union, Student Hardship Fund.There will also be a cake sale and a raffle before and after the concert to help raise funds. 

Carlow College, St. Patrick’s will host an Information Evening on Tuesday 17th of April from 5pm – 8pm

By Carlow College on 3/22/2018

Carlow College, St. Patrick’s will host an Information Evening on Tuesday 17th of April from 5pm – 8pm. Come along and check out our exciting Level 7, 8 & 9 courses such as Humanities, English & History, Applied Social Studies in Social Care, Citizenship & Community Studies and our MA in Therapeutic Childcare, as well as meeting staff & students, viewing our facilities and getting course details & information! 

International Women's Day Events at Carlow College, St. Patrick's

By Carlow College on 3/6/2018

There are a number of events for International Women’s Day on Thursday next the 8th of March in Carlow College, St. Patrick's from 9.30am-3.30pm 

Public Lecture: 'The Irish in Chicago, the most Segregated City in America'

By Carlow College on 3/5/2018

Dr Christina Marrocco, Visiting US Faculty Liaison, Elgin Community College, USA will speak on 'The Irish in Chicago, the most segregated City in America' on Monday, 5 March 2018 at 1.45pm in Cobden Hall. 

College to remain closed until Monday, March 5 due to Storm Emma

By Carlow College on 2/28/2018

The weather situation has been reviewed and due to worsening weather conditions Carlow College, St. Patrick’s will remain closed today Wednesday 28th February until Monday 5th March. 

College update: Storm Emma

By Carlow College on 2/27/2018
Evening courses scheduled for Thursday 1st March are postponed.

The current situation is that the College is open tomorrow, Wednesday 28th February, and any change will be notified by text and email by 6.00am Wednesday morning. 


Irish Times Article: Rohingya in Carlow: ‘Irish citizenship has given me happiness’

By Carlow College on 2/23/2018

Great write up in The Irish Times about the Rohingya Community in Carlow & the continued support from Carlow College, St. Patrick's:

Fundraisers for Sama

By Carlow College on 2/21/2018

Sama, an 11 year old Carlow native, was a very special guest on campus today as he was presented with a cheque for €2,211, in support of his continued treatment for his rare skin condition, BCIE.