COVID-19: Student and Staff Resources

Advice from the HSE

COVID-19 FAQs

Social Distancing Advice

Department of Education & Skills Information

Online Resources

To support efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19, Monaghan Institute will be closed until further notice (Updated 10/04/2020). We are endeavouring to provide online resources in order to minimise the impact on teaching and learning.

We would encourage you to check college email regularly for contacts from your tutors in relation to coursework, assessment and exam revision. Continue to use Moodle, OneDrive and other course handouts to keep up to date.

What is happening with MI examinations 2020?

Our traditional end of year, college-based, written examinations will be replaced by alternative assessments, all of which will be completed remotely.  Read more here

Protect Each Other

Mind Yourselves

Maintain a Daily Routine

In order to remain positive and keep good mental health to focus on finishing end of year assessments, it is very important that everyone structures daily routines, as much as possible.

Keep Busy

We encourage you to check college email regularly for contacts from your tutors in relation to coursework, assessment and exam revision. Continue to work on tasks as directed by your tutors.

Stay Calm

Do not panic about exams and/or assessments. Be as best prepared as you can but remember all students in the country are in the same situation because of the Covid-19 virus closure. Your tutors are there to support you.

Mental Health Resources

Try to stay positive and follow HSE guidelines to keep you and your family safe. Below are links to the HSE website with advice on how to ‘Mind Yourself’. There are also online, and phone supports available for anyone that may need to access this.

Minding Your Mental Health

Support Services