Central Societies Committee Mass Email Policy
This policy provides rules and guidance for the use of mass email to disseminate information to societies within the Dublin University Central Societies Committee (CSC).
This policy applies to all societies, students, staff, departments and all other third parties who wish to send bulk email to societies recognised by the CSC i.e. to any email under the @csc.tcd.ie domain.
Whether you want to keep fit, meet new people, or of course just have the craic, dancing is 109% the way to go. DU Dance offers classes in a variety of styles of dance for all members regardless of ability. Classes have a relaxed atmosphere so whether you are dancing fo
TES fosters innovation in Trinity College and aids students on all stages of their entrepreneurial journey through an array of programmes and events.
We run an Incubator programme, a Dragon's Den competition, a Startup Fair, the TES Talks series, a Hack Day, and a seri
Trinity Hiking is a large society which organises weekly hikes in the mountains of Wicklow and the G
The horse racing society aims to connect students to the racing world. We organise two annual trips
We aim to give everybody a chance to join the Circus!
We are a society dedicated to knitting, crochet, and other needleworks. We hold weekly tutorials, as well as our famous Stitch 'n Bitches, where you're welcome to come and enjoy some tea, biscuits, and friendly conversation while you knit your heart out! Everyone is wel
DU Meditation is Trinity College's Meditation society. We are dedicated to the spread of mindfulness and meditative practices throughout our campus. We offer silent and guided meditation classes as well as various other events. Our society allows students throughout our campus to take a well-needed break from the hectic nature of college life.
The official Pool and Snooker society of Trinity.
We're one of Trinity's newer societies, dedicated to hosting fun table quizzes, themed gameshow nights like Trinity University Challenge, and our flagship event, the Irish Quiz Intervarsity. Come along to one of our events and test your knowledge of Disney and Harry Pot
The Voluntary Tuition Programme (VTP) is a partnership between St. Andrew’s Resource Centre and Trinity students whose aim is to promote education as an enjoyable learning experience for children and young people in the inner-city area regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds. We match Trinity students on a one-to-one basis with a pupil from a socio-economically disadvantaged school in the local community, and each pair meets for an hour a week to help the children with homework, provide additional tutoring in a subject of your choice, or take part in one of our music, drama, art or Irish language clubs! If you’re interested in giving back to the local community, making new friends at our events and gaining valuable tutoring and leadership experience, be sure to get involved!