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AIT Students Union this week announced their charity partners for their annual Raise and Give (RAG) week. All funds raised during this week will be split evenly between the AIT Student Hardship Fund and Console, the National Suicide Charity.
Award-winning AIT student bar Scribes has closed its doors after 15 years, citing difficult trading conditions.
This year the AIT Students Union placed major focus on four very worthy charities as part of the annual RAG (Raise and Give) Week. The charities that were chosen to benefit were the AIT Hardship Fund, the Midlands Simon Community, South Westmeath Hospice, and Special Olympics Ireland.
Athlone Institute of Technology’s Humanitarian Society is holding a table quiz in Scribes, the campus bar, on Tuesday October 22. The quiz is open both to students and those from outside the college, and costs €12 per team of 3-4 people. A raffle will also be held on the night, with prizes from the AIT Students Union, AIT Fitness Suite, McSharrys Pharmacy, McGorisks Pharmacy, Boston Barbers, and Kilbeggan Distillery.
Are you a business owner in Athlone? Are you a parent of a child attending college, or do you want to see your children get the best possible opportunity at third level in the next few years? If the answer is yes, then this is one meeting that you cannot afford to miss. The Union of Students in Ireland, in tandem with the local Students Union in AIT, would like to extend an invitation to you to attend a ‘Fed up? Stand up!’ meeting in the Radisson Hotel on Monday November 12 at 8pm.
The third level grants system has changed to an online application system for the coming academic year. This will apply to all new entry level students, so if you are intending to commence college in September, now is the time to get yourself into the system. The earlier you apply, the better chance you will have of getting payment on time.