The Executive Committee of the CSC is made up of Officers and the Executive. All twelve of these positions will be elected on the 6th April at 6pm. Click to view AGM
The four Officers are the Chairperson, Treasurer, Secretary and the Amenities Officer and the eight other positions on the committee are Executive members.
The responsibilities of the Officers are as follows:
Chairperson: Oversees the running of the committee and represents societies at the upper echelons of TCD.
Treasurer: Oversees the accounts and the grantmaking process, consults and advises societies on all things income and expenditure.
Secretary: Advises and oversees all things constitutional, supports societies with the running of general meetings and committee activities.
Amenities Officer: Works on behalf of societies to support and develop the facilities available to them. Think kettles, microwaves and bookable spaces.
The eight Executive members then function as what you could refer to as ordinary committee members. They decide on grant applications for societies, they approve new society applications and decide on and advise on every major decision and activity the CSC undertakes. In effect, they’re the lifeblood of the committee. If you are interested in running please get in touch Nominations must be signed by the treasurers of two fully recognised sodalities or associations, and nominations must be emailed to [email protected] before 6p.m. on Tuesday 30th March.
The CSC Society of the Year Awards take place online on 30th March 2021 from 7.30pm – shortlist is available here
Societies in Trinity have faced an incredible challenge over the past year – one that they have risen to and even capitalised upon, in order to create welcoming and nurturing communities for students from every discipline and with a vast array of interests.
5pm 30th March: We have closed Pre-Registration but you can join us at the link below just before 7.30
GDPR Notice: This event will be recorded. Please feel free to keep your camera turned off should you wish.
Follow our Social Media channels for the announcement of the shortlists this week https://linktr.ee/CSCTCD
This year the CSC received a record 250 nominations in 16 different categories for the Society of the Year Awards. This is an astonishing accomplishment given the fact that no activity took place on campus.
TCD owes each committee a huge debt of gratitude for safeguarding our students’ mental health and our society communities in this past year, and it would be amazing if you could come and show your appreciation.
Netsoc and the CSC have cooperated to provide free web hosting for all societies on Netsoc servers. On the 25th of February, Netsoc will be hosting an event for societies to learn how they can migrate their existing website or deploy their new website to Netsoc servers. The event will cover an example WordPress site as well as a custom website. email [email protected] for more info
go to – netsoc.ie/event
The course will be taught by Conor Reid, from The Podcast Studios, a professional podcast producer (and Trinity graduate!). Conor has made podcasts for everyone from large corporations and government agencies to charities, arts groups, entrepreneurs, and individual podcasters.
An email link will be sent to the treasurer of each society prior to the meeting, which will take place at 6pm.
Please email [email protected] if you do not receive the link
Online – 25th January 2021 at 2pm the CSC officers and staff invite all TCD society officers to attend a Townhall meeting.
We hope to take this opportunity to reach out to those running societies and ask how they are doing in terms of adapting to running their society as well as events/activities remotely. To offer them support and give us all the chance to communicate and learn from one another. A zoom link will be sent to each officer and society email address ahead of the meeting.
Email e[email protected] with any queries or any particular issues you wish to see raised
Lisa Murray is a multi-faceted creator, music producer and audio engineer. Grad from TCD and M.M. in Music Production, Technology and Innovation Berklee College of Music, where she was awarded their Outstanding Woman Scholarship and received mentorship from world-class engineer Sylvia Massy (Johnny Cash, Red Hot Chilli Peppers). Currently an audio engineer at Camden Recording Studios.
Click the image below to register for this free workshop.
On 19th October 2020 from 6pm the CSC Officers and staff will run an online training session for those involved with running a society in TCD.
We will cover supports and help available, the role of the chair, treasurer (briefly), secretary in a society.
We will answer questions you may have around the running of a society.
Training should take no longer than 75minutes and a zoom link will be sent to the society chair, treasurer, secretary and PRO prior to training on zoom webinar.
email [email protected] with any queries prior to training.