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Your kind donation will help support MIC's programme of development. Thank you for supporting MIC.

Development of the Library Facility » Donate Online

In recent years Mary Immaculate College has seen it's student population grow vastly. This unprecedented growth has left the College with significant development challenges such as lack of physical space and sufficient resources. Our aim is to provide our students with the improved facilities and resources, while maintaining the warm community environment that is synonmous with MIC.

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Sports at MIC » Donate Online

At present we urgently require funds to help us to provide additional sporting facilities for our students. Of key importance is the development of our first all-weather/astro-turf training area. MIC is in a unique position to promote a wide range of sports activities as we produce 40% of Ireland's National Teachers as well as our BA graduates going on the teach at secondary level.

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Have a Seat Fund » Donate Online

You can play a unique part in the future of our Theatre by sponsoring a seat for €250!

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The Annual Fund » Donate Online

The Annual Fund provides enrichment programs for children, professional development for faculty and scholarships for families.

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The Saint John's Bible » Donate Online

In keeping with our Catholic tradition, the College is seeking sponsorship to allow the St. John's Bible to go on display at Mary Immaculate College for one year. For a fee of $5,000, Saint John's University will present two volumes of the Heritage Edition to the College for one year. The Saint John's Bible Heritage Program is an international initiative for individuals and institutions to explore the artistic and spiritual beauty of The Saint John's Bible.

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Florence Aguti Children's Education Trust Fund » Donate Online

Florence Aguti was a Ugandan Ph.D. student sponsored under the CGDE/Irish Aid project hosted at MIC. She was supervised by Dr Marty Holland (MIC) and Dr Paul Conway (UCC). Florence, her husband, her brother and a sister died in a motor accident near her village on 22/08/2012 Her three children are now orphaned. Between them they have around 16years left to finish senior secondary school. We are looking at between €300-600 per year per child, depending on the school and year child in.

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