All students accommodation is in Glenomena Village on UCD campus. Students staying in the residence are on a full board basis. From Tuesday to Saturday, students will have breakfast, lunch and dinner on campus and on Sundays and Mondays they will have breakfast and dinner on campus and receive a packed lunch.
TYPE OF ROOM:
Single room ensuite accommodation.
All of the accommodation in Glenomena provide ensuite accommodation.
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE ACCOMMODATION:
Glenomena village consists of apartments, each containing six beds. All bedrooms are single, en-suite rooms. Each apartment is tastefully decorated with free Wi-Fi and dedicated study areas with a modern kitchen and living area. The living area has two 2-seater couches, table and satellite TV and the kitchen has a table and four chairs.
Accommodation reception is located in the Merville accommodation block and is open 24 hours. The phone number for the main reception is 0353 17161008.
Students who have lost/misplaced room keys must be accompanied by a group leader in order to gain access to their rooms. Apartments should be left in the same condition as when students arrive. Any maintenance issues should be reported to the Merville reception.
Students must keep their room clean and tidy.
Students are not allowed to invite guests into the residence.
Students who are not staying in the accommodation are not allowed to stay in the rooms.
Girls are not allowed to stay in the boys' rooms and vice versa.
Students are responsible for any damages/breakages caused to school/ accommodation property.
LINEN & TOWELS:
Bed linen and towels are provided. During your stay, towels will be replaced twice a week and bed linen once a week.
Bedrooms, kitchen and living areas will be cleaned twice a week. The bathrooms are cleaned every second day. Rooms will be fully serviced between residency.
There is a self-service launderette available for the students to use at UCD. Washing powder can be purchased on campus.
There are 24 hour security guards monitoring the campus, dealing with security related matters and responding to fire alarm activations. Students may be asked to identify themselves and respond to directions relating to safety and security.
An electronic key system is in place in Glenomena residence. Each student will be provided with a key that will open their apartment and room only. Lost cards can be replaced by UCD at a cost of €10 per key.