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Cork - Student Services

The College campus is located on Wellington Road, just a fifteen minute walk from St. Patrick’s Street, the main shopping street in Cork city centre.
Griffith College Cork campus
Griffith College Cork library holds an extensive range of set course texts and background reading material

Library & Computer Services

The library at Griffith College Cork gives students access to a wide range of information through various forms such as printed textbooks, online eBooks, online databases and different forms of multimedia. The college’s virtual learning environment – Moodle, gives students access to a wide range of legal, accounting, business, computing, marketing, journalism and pharmaceutical business journals and online resources. The UbiCast facility is also available in select lecture rooms. This facility allows students to view the recording of the lecture remotely from anywhere in the world.

Wi-Fi access is available for students throughout the campus. There are also designated computer laboratories located around the campus which are available for students to use for scheduled periods. Printing facilities are available for students in the library area. All computing resources are maintained by the college’s IT services department.

UbiCast Lecture Recording Service

The UbiCast recording facility is available in select lecture rooms. This facility allows lecturers to record their lecture as it is being delivered. The recording can then be uploaded to the college’s virtual learning environment – Moodle. Students can then have access at all times to that content. 

Café – ‘The Vestry’

Conveniently located at the entrance to the college reception, ‘The Vestry’ is a quaint coffee shop with a unique 1920s style. As well as serving up delicious coffee, ‘The Vestry’ also serve soup, sandwiches, Paninis and a range of mouth-watering desserts.

Celebrating graduation at Griffith College Cork

Radio Studio & Media Equipment

Griffith College Cork boasts a fully operational radio studio which contains all the necessary equipment for broadcasting. Each year, Journalism students, guided by radio presenters from Cork radio stations, RedFM and 96FM, broadcast live from the college on ‘Griff FM’, the college’s very own radio station.

A variety of other media equipment such as video cameras, recorders and scanners are available for student project and assignment work.