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AccessCampus

"Bringing the University to the Community and the Community to the University"

The AccessCampus is a unique partnership initiative between Education (University of Limerick), the local community (LEDP), and the technology sector (Dell) creating a mini-campus which supports Limerick people in realising their potential through outreach educational opportunities.

The AccessCampus caters for a diverse range of learners, ranging from primary school children to mature learners.

All groups using the AccessCampus can use state of the art technology in the centre's computer lab, with broadband internet access. The Campus, which is fully wheelchair accessible, is a model of what partnerships between an academic institution, community-based organisations and a private enterprise can achieve when all are working together to a common objective - furthering the educational opportunities of the Limerick community.

 

Managing Uncertainty during COVID - 19

This is undoubtedly a stressful time, with great change imposed on all of us. Many will find the uncertainty of the pandemic anxiety provoking. This is normal. Remember, there are strategies and practical/psychological tasks that you can do to reduce stress during this time. We have outlined these in our self-help guide for managing your mental health during COVID-19.

AccessCampus Contact Details:

Post: AccessCampus, Unit J, LEDP, Roxboro, Limerick

Phone: Dónal O'Leary  on 061 234751  or Seán Costello / Maria Rodriguez on 061 234811 

Fax: 061 481291

Email: accesscampus@ul.ie

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