Why should I join a Society?
Some of the greatest memories students have of their time in College are from getting involved in Societies and attending Society events. The diversity of CIT Societies means that practically every taste is catered for. College is a time of learning so you shouldn't confine yourself to activities you are already familiar with.
Education is more than academic studies. A Society is all about interacting and socialising with other students with similar interests, which in turn relieves the pressures of being buried beneath a pile of economics, chemistry or mechanics books!
How can I join a Society?
Societies Sign up Day
Wednesday 19th September 2018 - Nexus, Student Centre
Societies Sign up Drive
Monday 24th - Thursday 27th September 12-2pm in Main Corridor, Bishopstown.
A very lively and vibrant Societies Day is the first opportunity to jump on the rollercoaster of college life. Thousands of students from all years will pour into the Student Centre from early morning to be greeted by an array of colourful exhibitions and stalls.
Sign up online
Submit your details online to join a society.
What are the societies I can join?
Any full-time registered CIT student can join any society. For the full list of societies and contact information check out the societies website. The types of societies range include
Academic - Automotive, Biotechnology, Business, Chemical Engineering, Civil & Structural, Construction Management, Design & Media, Electronic Engineering,
Activities - Alexander Technique, Circus, Gaisce, Yoga, Zen Meditation
Community - Cancer, Christian Union, Enterprise, Enactus, Indian, International Students, Irish Red Cross, Islamic, LGBT, Students for Sensible Drug Policy, Mental Health, Post Grad
Interest - Anime & Manga, Film, Graphic Novel, Guild Gaming, Photographic, Poker
Music, Performance & Arts - Dance, DJ, Drama, Music, Musical, Open Mic, TradSoc