College is a busy time for students and it’s easy to let your health take a back seat. The Univeristy makes free counselling, GP, and nurse appointments available to students, among other services. You can find more information below. If you require more specific support, you can check out some of the external support resources available in Dublin and the rest of the country here. 

The services are available to all registered TU Dublin students and apprentices. You must present your student card when attending.

TU Dublin Health Service 

There is a health centre located on the southside in Aungier Steet, and the northside in Linenhall. Please read about the service before attending.


TU Dublin Southside Health Centre

Room 2051

Second Floor

Aungier Street, Dublin 2. 

Ph: 01 402 3051


TU Dublin Northside Health Centre

Linenhall Lodge

Henrietta Place

Dublin 1 (opposite Bolton Street Campus)

Ph: 01 402 3614


Specialist Clinics


TU Dublin Counselling Service 

The TU Dublin counselling service is available to all registered TU Dublin students and apprentices. Before accessing the service, please familiarise yourself with it here. The service also offers workshops on a range of topics, from mental health to exam stress management. 

Southside Service

Aungier Street, Dublin 2.

Room 2042

Northside Services

Bolton Street, Linen Hall, Dublin 1.

Henrietta Place

Dublin 1 (across from Bolton Street Campus)

Cathal Brugha Street, Dublin 1.

Room 25b

Dublin 1

You can book an appointment for either centre by filling out a booking form, or contacting the service directly @  0860820543 / 01 4023352


A walk-in service is available, but do check the location first. Some require you put your name on a reservation list. Showing up at the allotted walk-in hours may not actually result in getting a spot.