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Molly Greenough

Welfare Officer

Hey there, my name is Molly Greenough and I’m your Welfare Officer! I’m 22 years old and originally from Boston, Massachusetts. I’ve spent the past four years in Dublin and just finished up my final year of Law with Social Justice.


The SU has been a constant fixture in my life during my time in UCD, sparking my passion for student representation and activism. The four main areas I want to focus on this year are: mental health, housing, harm reduction, and sexual health and wellbeing.


As well, I will dedicate myself to casework and being an approachable, compassionate, and an understanding first point of contact for any student in need— whether you’re facing mental health, financial, physical or sexual health difficulties. Please get in touch with any issues, we’re all here to support you!

Pregnancy Test Form

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Please note: upon ordering a pregnancy test, you will be contacted by the Welfare Officer to let you know that the test has been shipped and to see if you are interested in setting up an appointment to discuss your available supports and options.


Contact your Welfare Officer, Molly ( or, with any queries. Please use your ucdconnect email to order the pregnancy tests, but note that this is a confidential service; your contact details/personal data will be handled in accordance with GDPR and deleted following Molly’s correspondence with you. If there’s an especially high level of orders, your information may be shared with the website administration team.


Upon ordering a test, it’s necessary to understand that UCDSU cannot guarantee the accuracy of the test results. While we provide the tests free of charge, any issues with the accuracy of tests results should be directed to the test manufacturer.


If you are experiencing a crisis pregnancy, please know that there are supports available to you. MyOptions provides unbiased and confidential advice for anyone dealing with an unexpected pregnancy.


How to contact MyOptions:

Information and counselling: Monday to Friday: 9am to 8pm Saturday: 10am to 2pm

Medical advice: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Freephone: 1800 828 010

Outside of the Republic of Ireland: +353 59 913 8175

Irish Sign Language: Book an appointment to access the service using sign language through Irish Remote Interpreting Service

Webchat: Contact My Options by webchat here for information and support. See more information about this service below.