The President co-ordinates the activities of the Students’ Union and works at all times to represent the voice of the students to all college boards and committees. This work is undertaken in the endeavour to achieve the best academic environment and quality of life for Carlow College students. The President is responsible for the finances of the Union, for co-ordinating Union campaigns during the year and acts as chief spokesperson for the Union. If you feel things could be improved in any area of the College, academic, social, or otherwise, then approach the SU President in the SU or e-mail at: supres@carlowcollege.ie.

 

Greetings all, my name is Adam Clarke. I am the Student Union President for the Academic Year 2017-2018. It is my job to represent the students of Carlow College, St. Patrick's both within the college at board meetings, as well as at a national and international level as part of CCSU’s affiliation with USI. I lead the Students’ Union Executive and make sure we are all co-ordinated and working as a team so that you are getting the best possible student experience from our wonderful College.

I have big plans for the Students’ Union this year. For the first time ever, we will be hosting NStEP (The National Student Engagement Program) on our campus to offer professional training for our Class Representatives, and I hope to work with my team to run campaigns such as SHAG Week (Sexual Health Awareness and Guidance) and Road Safety Week on our campus!

I began College as an English & History student and was blown away by the quality of the academic side of the college. Our amazing lecturers honestly cannot be praised enough for the fantastic work they do with students. I had an amazing experience during my time in Carlow College, St. Patrick's so This is my second year as President of CCSU and I want to be able to ensure that students have just as brilliant an experience of college as I had, if not better! Carlow College is an amazing place and I want to do my part to make it a memorable year for all of our students!

 

Go raibh maith agat.

 

Adam