Updated: Jul 14
1128 UCD students, who pay high fees, called on the university to provide them with compensation after the switch to online learning.
150 students wrote directly to UCD asking for compensation.
UCDSU President, Conor Anderson, met with University Management, to request compensation for these students.
The University said NO.
Students are continuing to pay fees of up to €50,000 per year with limited resources and a dramatically reduced student experience.
Here are our stories.
We are asking UCD,
Do the Right Thing.
Campaign Launches: Monday 20 July
Take a photo with a sign saying ‘UCD Do the Right Thing’.
Make a 30 second video, telling your story. What did you study? How much were your fees? How has your learning been impacted by the closure of campus? How has your learning experience changed? Why do you need compensation? Finish the video saying ‘UCD Do the Right Thing’.
Post your photo and video on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account on Monday 20 July.
Tag @UCDSU so we can share your posts (your profile will need to be public for us to do this).
Upload your photo and video to the SU website on Monday 20 July here => www.ucdsu.ie/your-voice