Health Service & Student Counselling Service

Our Health Service and Student Counselling Service are always on hand should you ever need them. ATU Donegal promotes a healthy campus. The health centre has a full-time staff nurse who is available daily.

Health Service

placeholder imageATU Donegal promotes a healthy campus.  The health centre has a full-time staff nurse who is available daily.  GPs provide an on-campus  clinic on 4 days per week.  Visits to the health centre are free to full-time registered students.  Call the student services receptionist (074) 918 6855 or call into the Health Centre on the first floor of An Danlann to make an appointment.  Further information about the health service is provided in the Student Handbook.

Out of hours emergency cover is available, via NOWDOC,  from 6 pm - 8 am on weekdays, from midday on Saturday, and all day Sunday and Bank Holidays. Simply call (0818) 400 911.

And if you’ve a long-term illness our Health Service team will work in conjunction with your GP to ensure you continue to receive the necessary medical care while completing your studies.

Our Health Service also support students with Medical Cards, and should you be eligible for one we can even help you apply.

Contacts for the Health Service:
T: +353 (0)74 918 6855 
T: 1818 400 911 (out of hours service)

Counselling Service

placeholder imageGoing to college is a big step in life, with many rewards, but it can also bring unexpected challenges and difficulties. The time might come when counselling can be helpful for all kinds of reasons, both academic and personal.

From anxiety about exams to depression, loneliness to unplanned pregnancy, whatever might be concerning you don’t hesitate to make an appointment with a counsellor from the Student Counselling Service, they are there to listen attentively and provide support.


To make an appointment contact the Student Counselling Service:
T: +353 (0)74 918 6855