Monday, 28 September 2020

The College can confirm that Semester One and potentially Semester Two of 2020-2021 will be a blend of online and on-campus delivery. BAPME (Home Economics Teacher Education) BA (Home Economics) B. Applied (Nutrition, Food and Business Management) Induction for these programmes are as follows: ONLINE College induction on Friday 16th October 2020 Students are required to attend campus on the following dates: On-Campus College Induction Monday 19th October 2020 On-Campus Programme Induction Tuesday 20th October 2020 The programmes for the BAPME,  BAHE and B. Applied Nutrition, Food and Business Management will start from 2nd November 2020. Students must be available to attend the campus for a blend of 'face-to-face' teaching and emergency remote teaching (online) as per the scheduled programme timetable after the 2nd November 2020. All of the above may be subject to change based on Public Health Advice associated with COVID-19. BNSc (General and Intellectual Disability Nursing) ***UPDATE***Week one Induction commencing 5th October 2020 will now take place online so there will be no on-campus attendance required for this week. Week two Induction will proceed as scheduled with some on-campus attendance required. The two-week College and Programme induction period will be followed by online Emergency Remote Teaching (off campus) from 19th October 2020 until 2nd November 2020. From the 2nd November 2020 to the end of term, students must be available to attend the campus for 'face to face' teaching and engage in emergency remote teaching, and clinical placement as per the scheduled programme timetable Further details will be communicated closer to the time.All of the above is subject to change based on Public Health advice associated with COVID-19.

Monday, 31 August 2020

Important Information for our College Community. The Campus will reopen on Tuesday 1st September 2020. Students and Staff will be informed by email of the national procedures and protocols that have been put in place to ensure the safety of everyone. Regular updates will be communicated as they become available. For more see

Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Financial aid for students is known as the Student Assistance Fund (SAF) and provides financial support to students who are experiencing short or long-term financial difficulties while attending higher education. The SAF is co-funded by the Irish Government and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF Programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020. The Fund is intended to support students whose participation in higher education would otherwise be at risk as a direct result of financial difficulties. Applications are now open, for more click

Tuesday, 22 September 2020

As part of the package of COVID supports for higher and further education institutions, the Department of Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science has allocated funding to support disadvantaged students in the higher education sector in accessing ICT devices. Under this scheme undergraduate or postgraduate students may be eligible to receive a laptop, on long-term loan, in order to assist with online learning. The St. Angela’s College Laptop Loan scheme is available to you this academic year if you need to borrow a laptop for your studies and meet the eligibility criteria. This scheme is open to incoming first year and continuing St. Angela’s College students. Eligibility: To be eligible for a laptop you must be registered as a full or part-time student in 2020-21 and be from a low-income household, with an annual household income up to a limit of €50,000 gross.  Eligibility will be on a needs basis, prioritised as appropriate by St Angela’s College. In all cases, St Angela’s College must be satisfied that a student who receives a device under this grant has demonstrated a verifiable need for such a device e.g. they are from one of the identified target groups and they or their family do not have the means to purchase such a device themselves. Allocation of devices will be based on the target groups identified in the National Plan for Equity of Access to Higher Education 2015-2019: Students disadvantaged by socio-economic barriers First-time mature students Students with disabilities Part-time/flexible learning students Students who hold further education qualifications or former Access students Students who are members of the Traveller and Roma communities. Students who are lone parents Students who are members of ethnic minorities Check your student email for further details.Please apply up to the closing date 7th October 2020

Wednesday, 23 September 2020

We are delighted to plan an exciting event as part of the Science Week 2020 titled GULP! A hugely popular show, now in its 6th year, GULP!, in association with St. Angela’s College, is coming for dinner at your house. The show explores the science and culture of food, presented by science broadcaster Jonathan McCrea (Newstalk/RTE) and chef Ivan Varian (Dalkey Food Company). In an exclusive evening sitting, 6 (un)lucky households will open mystery food packages live and dine online for us all to watch. Showcasing some of the most unusual foods on the planet, Jonathan and Ivan invite you to explore all of the senses that affect how we enjoy our food. Expect the unexpected in this hilarious family show (+12 age recommended) and watch as participants try exotic meat, nutritious sludge, stinky fruit and much more. A regular tent filler at Theatre of Food at Electric Picnic, GULP! is a celebration of the senses that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your couch. Dinner will be served Tuesday November 10th 2020 at 8pm. Check back later for ticket & event information.

Tuesday, 15 September 2020

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Thursday, 10 September 2020

A request to make fabric face masks to protect against COVID-19 and to raise funds for the North West Hospice was initiated by pharmacist Kay Curley from Higgins Pharmacy on Teeling Street, Sligo in March of 2020. The call was answered by many volunteers from St. Angela’s College and other sewing enthusiasts in Sligo and the surrounding area. What started out as a fundraiser hoping to raise €3,000 ended up raising €10,550 and is still growing. The initiative was advertised on Facebook, in text groups, emails and by word of mouth and customers from as far as Cork, Waterford and Galway all placed their orders. The masks went on sale in Higgins Pharmacy at €10 each with all the proceeds going to the North West Hospice. A dedicated team of sewing volunteers included BAPME Home Economics students and staff from St. Angela’s College, friends of the College and sewing enthusiasts in the locality made the individually designed cotton face masks. A cheque for €10,550 was presented to representatives of the North West Hospice in June on behalf of Higgins Pharmacy and the group of volunteers. Many thanks to all those who gave their time so willingly making the masks including students Lauren Cawley and Kimberly Austin from the BA PME Home Economics Programme, staff including Ursula O’Shea, Mary Clare Conneelly, Denise Kenna, Linda Kerlin and sewing enthusiasts Bernie Brooks, Kathleen Healy, Jo Mullen, Anna O’Brien, Darrie McCoy, Maree Cooney, Leanne Moran, Mary Walsh, Laura Byrne and Mary Dunbar.