Facilities at St Patrick’s College
From 2002 to 2006 the college has undergone a massive re-generation project. The college has been completely refurbished and re-fit to the highest modern standards.
IT Facilities Each student at St. Patrick's College has a PC account with access to an excellent computer network, containing lecture notes and other academic material. All academic programmes at St. Patrick's College make extended use of the College's computer facilities. An ICT and Introduction to 3rd Level module is compulsory for all first year students.
Library St. Patrick's College has around 25,000 volumes in its library. Most of the books relate to the diverse areas of theology/philosophy/religious studies. The books are housed in the Student's Library and the Old Library. The old library focuses entirely on research texts and contains valuable resources for higher research. The College has a wide selection of journals, some of them quite rare. At present the journal stock comprises 434 journal titles. The College also subscribes to an online database for Religion and Philosophy and Business related journals (EBSCO).
Sporting Facilities A state-of-the-art Gaelic pitch has recently been completed at St. Patrick’s College. Facilities also include tennis, basketball courts and a handball alley.
Refectory The refectory has been recently refurbished. Tea, coffee, snacks and lunches are available to students. Vending machines provide an extensive range of confectionary and drinks.
Study Rooms A number of study rooms are reserved in the college for students.
Recreational Facilities Students can relax in a purpose built recreational room with a plasma TV.
Class Halls Each class hall is fitted with the most up to date technology.