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Graduation Ball - last tickets on sale

The last available 50 tickets for the Graduation Ball 2019 will go on sale on Thursday 2nd May at 8.30am online. Online sales at https://eventmaster.ie/event/D4ZSmAcJr?fbclid=IwAR2HJXn-j6Eo5DN3H06Wb5Y8vfBq8A6e2suicWBwcWXySUJhmrqIKDJigr4 . The tickets available are for the Wogan Suite (beside City View Suite).

Grad Ball info:
Saturday 26th October 2019
The Strand Hotel Limerick
7pm
Tickets €50 plus booking fee

 

The meal section of the night is split into separate suites to facilitate the large numbers, once the meal is finished all rooms will join together in the Shannon Suite for the Graduation DVD screening and Band & DJ.

Graduation Ball 2019

Tickets on sale Tuesday 23rd April at 8.30am online and from the MISU Office from 9am. Online sales at https://eventmaster.ie/event/D4ZSmAcJr?fbclid=IwAR2HJXn-j6Eo5DN3H06Wb5Y8vfBq8A6e2suicWBwcWXySUJhmrqIKDJigr4

Grad Ball info:
Saturday 26th October 2019
The Strand Hotel Limerick
7pm
Tickets €50 plus booking fee

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End of Year Exec Reports 2018/19

Your Executive Officers have worked alongside the Sabbatical Officers throughout the year with MISU events, campaigns, meetings and much more! To read their full report, click on each officership below!

Welfare & Equality Report

Entertainments' Report

Societies' Report

Clubs & Sports Report

Culture & Irish Report

Postgraduate Officer - no report available

Thurles College Officer - no report available

MISU Food, Toiletries and Stationery Hub

MISU run a support for students which provides non-perishable food products, toiletries and stationery to all students if they are short of money. If you are need any supplies, drop in to the office and have a chat with a member of staff. You can get assistance instantly!

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Clubs & Societies

Clubs & Societies are a huge part of college life and there is a wide range of them in Mary I, all of which are open to any MIC student. They provide a range of activities such as trips away, tournaments, music sessions, musicals, workshops, fundraisers, table quizzes and social nights.

 

How do they work?

Clubs & Socs are run by the students with the support of MISU (who provide advice and help with administration and finance). They provide a great platform for students to get involved in something they are passionate about. Your Clubs and Sports officers this year are Tom and Seán and your Societies officers are Mark and Chloe.

 

Clubs & Socs Days

Clubs & Socs days take place at the beginning of each semester and give students a chance to sign up to a Club or Society. Students can find out what different Clubs & Societies do and to speak to current members of a Club or Society. This allows students gain an insight into the Club or Society and is a great way to meet new people. Usually there is free grub and entertainment during Clubs & Socs Days and it’s a great display of what Clubs & Socs have to offer.

If you wish to become a member of a particular Club or Society you can sign up immediately on the day. The membership fee for a Club or Society is just €2 - an incredible price for what you get out of a Club or Society. If you think there is something missing feel free to call down to the SU and we’ll let you know how to set up your very own Society.

 

Clubs & Socs Day Semester 1:  Date TBC

Clubs & Socs Day Semester 2:  Date TBC

 

You can also join a Club or Society at any point during the year just find a meeting and head on in!

 

Clubs and Socs Council

This Council meets every two weeks and acts as a forum to give advice to Clubs & Societies. It is a great platform to organise joint events and bounce ideas off other Clubs & Societies.