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, 3 November 2020
Cooking up a Chemical Storm with Kitchen Chemistry St. Angela's College students took part in the Virtual Sligo Science Festival 2020 on Sunday 8th November with a pre-recorded Kitchen Chemistry event titled “Cooking up a Chemical Storm”. Ellen Gilheaney and Ellen Fayer in third year BAPME (Home Economics and Biology) will blow your minds with their chemical wizardry just using a few ingredients from the kitchen cupboard! You can now view this event HERE Science Week Photography Competition We are delighted to host our Photography Competition again which is open to all our students. The theme for this year's Virtual Science Week and St. Angela's Science Week photography competition is 'Choosing our Future’ focusing on how science can improve our lives in the future, and in the present. The competition is open to all St Angela's students and to be in with a chance of winning please send your captioned entries (max 2 per/person) to firstname.lastname@example.org before 5pm Sunday 15th November 2020.This years winners will receive One4All vouchers which can be used in store or on-line in multiple stores. 1st prize: €60 voucher 2nd prize: €40 voucher 3rd prize: €15 voucher So get snapping or have a look through your photos to see if you already have a winner!Photos will be judged and winners announced the week after Science Week.(N.B. please ensure that all entries are your own work)
Thursday, 19 November 2020
We are both proud and delighted for BNSc student, Maria Isabella Shankey who has been awarded the Third Prize in National University The NUI Dr H H Stewart Medical Scholarships and Prizes are offered in a range of subject areas and disciplines across Medicine, Nursing and Midwifery, and Health Sciences. Competition is rigorous from other participating NUI institutions including UCD, UCC, NUI Galway and RCSI; also included are overseas campuses linked to NUI institutions, including RCSI and UCD Malaysia Campus, RCSI Bahrain and Perdana University (RCSI). The awards in Nursing and Health Sciences are based on the submission of students’ examination materials and nominations by the College Department. Congratulations Maria on this amazing acomplishment.
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
Wednesday, 18 November 2020
We are currently hiring for the following positions: Administrator - MIS Based in the Registrars office and reporting to the Registrar, this is a part-time (0.6 FTE) post on 2 year fixed term contract.More details Lecturer in Religious Education 1 Year Specific Purpose Contract from January - December 2021: The successful Candidate will work at pre-undergraduate, undergraduate and post-graduate levels within the Education Department of St. Angela’s College and will have specific duties in the area of Religious Education and Theology.More details
Thursday, 26 November 2020
***UPDATE*** COVID-19 Laptop Scheme - Round 2 There are some laptops left to be allocated so we are opening up a second round for students to apply for the laptops.If you have already applied for a laptop in the first round please do not reapply. The Committee have decided to raise the income level for eligibility for this second round. If your own or your family income is up to a limit of €60,000 gross per annuum, you may apply to be considered for a laptop loan (evidence must be uploaded). If your family income has been impacted by Covid 19 restrictions, and your family are in receipt of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment, you may also apply for a laptop loan (evidence must be uploaded). Evidence of income for 2019 AND evidence of the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (if applicable) must be supplied.Please note that if there are more applicants than there are laptops available, applications will be ranked in terms of disadvantage. For eligilility and applications, click
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.