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.
The Alternative Music Society (DUAMS) is Trinity's society for modern, alternative, and rock music. DUAMS holds events almost every week including movie screenings, jam sessions, karaoke, club nights, coffee hours, and gigs, however our most popular events are our Open Mic Nights.
The Archaeological Society's goal is to provide our members with up to date information on archaeology, both in Ireland and further afield.
Astrology Soc wants to make astrology accessible to everyone, and to cultivate an interest in the stars. We offer a number of events based on the astrological season, collaborations with other societies, and a weekly newsletter with your horoscope! We want people to have fun and learn about astrology, pressure free. Join us and make friends - it's written in the stars
To provide new and existing poker players a relaxed environment where they can play with their friends.
ChessSoc is for all things chess. Club nights are on Tuesdays at 7-9 in the New Seminar Room, School of Maths, The Hamilton.
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
The Trinity Fashion Society runs several fashion related events each year. From the big events - like the Annual Charity Fashion Show and the hotly anticipated London Fashion Week Trip - to the smaller events like workshops on up cycling and fashion journalism to swap s
The DU Film Society exists to produce, edit and exhibit works of cinema and to facilitate education
The Food and Drink Society is without a doubt the tastiest, sauciest society in Trinity. We pride ourselves on indulgence and gluttony because nothing unites us more than free food. Events include sushi making, whiskey tasting, hummus party and the annual Dublin food tour. It goes without saying that we have enough wine and cheese to satisfy all your Trinity notions. If you literally can’t survive without food and drink, join our society on Freshers’ Week or throughout the year!
Do you like games without a screen? DU Gamers is your community for tabletop gaming of all kinds, including... (click for more)
The DU General Science society aims to create an inclusive and accessible platform for people to meet and interact with those that have a common interest in various types of science. We also aim to provide the oppprtunity to participate and engage with modern day scienc
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 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 Metaphysical Society is all about being. In short, the Metafizz is. It’s been since 1962; the Trinity society of philosophy, no debating that. But what is a Metafizz, really? What does it even do? Certainly not philosophy, not just; nor only critical theory, psychoanalysis, sociology, gender studies, avant-garde aesthetics, digital humanities, mysticism, no, not at all. Metafizz talks rather, by Erwin Schrodinger, A. C. Grayling, J.L. Austin, Alenka Zupančič, Jacqueline Rose, and Raymond Geuss, and what’s more, the Metafizz listens. Weekly you’ll find the society muttering to itself as a book club; talking of the Frankfurt School, Situationists, Deleuze, the Classics, What It Had For Lunch, and So On. Having its own library, which any member can access for business or pleasure, helps the conversation. Films are also screened by the society, because you know what they say about talking pictures. Most of all, the Metafizz is not a cult. Join us!
DU Music is Trinity’s largest and most inclusive music society..
Q Soc is the LGBT society of Trinity College Dublin. It is a society for people who identify with or are allies to the LGBT+ community. Q Soc welcomes its members to its daily coffee hours in House 6 as well as our evening events such as movies screenings, parties, pub
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
DU Rovers is the newest branch of the Irish Rovers network. Whether you've been around since Cubs, or a newcomer to the world of Scouting, Rovers is a chance to try something new! Rovers is all about new opportunities and adventures in the outdoors, as well as catering for all who want to take part.
Founded in 1983, SFSOC has evolved into the college's foremost refuge from the monotony of reality..... and of lectures. Relax in our fantastically comfy society room, watch films, read books, play video games, chill with likeminded people. We encompass not only science
Trinity TV creates videos watched by hundreds of students, perfect for those experienced or even slightly interested in writing, acting, filming, presenting and editing. We host camera and editing workshops, guest speakers, social events, filming sessions and weekly discussions. You can learn many interesting skills at Trinity TV that will set you apart. Check out our videos on our Facebook and Youtube page.
DU Vegan Society is Trinity’s community for vegans, vegetarians and anyone interested in our lifestyle. With events ranging from discussions, debates and guest speakers to nights out, food tastings and cosmetics workshops, we have something for everyone – devoted plant people and curious omnivores alike. Animals may be our first love, but we quite like fellow students too!
Yoga Society provides affordable asana and pranayama classes taught by qualified yoga teachers.