• The University’s Campus Development Plan (PDF) envisages an exciting expansion to the Campus through the provision of new facilities for students, staff and the community. Based on a Master Plan for NUI Maynooth prepared by London based urban designers Metropolitan Workshop, the Campus Development Plan envisages an investment of over €200 million over the next 15 years. For further details or to pledge your support please contact

    Major Capital Expansion
  • The Access programme at NUI Maynooth was established to encourage under- represented groups to enter third level and to provide these groups with support through their time here. These groups include under-represented school leavers, mature students, students with disabilities, travellers and refugees. We aim to encourage these under-represented groups to consider Higher Education as a real option and endeavour to provide access routes and post entry supports. If you wish to hear more or support our work please contact

    Access Programme
  • The Centre for Teaching and Learning has responsibility for teaching and learning support and development in NUI Maynooth. We work with individuals, groups, departments and faculties, offering; individual consultation and advice, seminars and workshops, customised presentations and workshops, and online support materials. In addition, CTL staff members participate in national and international organisations and expert groups in the areas of teaching, evaluation, technology, civic engagement and higher education research. If you would like to support the work please contact

    The Centre for Teaching and Learning
  • The student experience is about taking on new challenges and meeting new people, exploring opportunities and discovering who you are. There are many resources and people in Student Services at NUI Maynooth who can help students on the journey, and we hope they’ll take advantage of all Student Services has to offer. If you wish to support the Student Services please contact

    Student Services homepage
  • Research at NUI Maynooth is a 200-year-old endeavour. Within the walls of the university the store of human knowledge has quietly grown thanks to the committed expertise of NUI Maynooth’s scientists, social scientists, engineers and scholars. The standard of research here has secured impressive funding and the output has gained international prestige. For further details on how you can contribute to this please contact

    Research at NUI Maynooth