Book of Condolences at DIT and onlinePosted: 17 June, 2015
Following the tragic accident in Berkeley, California, the College of Business and the Chaplaincy Service in DIT have opened a Book of Condolences to allow students and colleagues from across DIT to extend their sympathies to the families and friends of all those who died and who suffered injuries.
In particular, DIT extends deepest sympathy to the family of Eoghan Culligan, a 3rd Year student of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, who lost his life in the accident. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
The Book of Condolences is open in DIT Aungier Street from today until Friday. An online Book of Condolences is also available here
DIT Chaplaincy and Counselling Services are available to students at the following numbers:
Chaplaincy - Aungier Street:
SKYPE: To make contact Counsellors via SKYPE, access your SKYPE account and search for any of the following contacts:
- DITStudentCounselling (Olivia Fox)
- DITStudentCounselling2 (Catherine (Nita) Whelan)
- DITStudentCounselling3 (Catherine Bolger)
Add the contact and the Counsellor will begin the conversation.