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In May 2014, the Trustees of the College decided that the College begin a process of winding down its operations. During this orderly wind down the primary goals are to see students to the completion of their studies, to care for staff to the best of our ability and to secure the legacy of the College into the future.
On 8th April 2016, the sale of the College was complete and the Campus passed to DCU ownership. The ongoing teach out and wind down of the College will continue until the completion of the wind down on 30th November 2016. The main focus of work is helping students to complete of their studies, arranging an appropriate location for the archives, completing the graveyard project, the development of the heritage corridor and reflective garden and completing the redundancy programme.
The final All Hallows Graduation will be on 1st November 2016, the College Feast day and the All Hallows Trust Office opening on campus will be announced in due course.
The All Hallows College Archives 1842 - 2016 has been donated to St. Patrick's College, Maynooth. This secures their conservation and curation to full archival standards. Once the necessary cataloguing work has been completed the Archives will be available for academic research.
Until 30th November 2016 Students, Past-students and Alumni seeking transcripts of academic results or other related information should contact the Academic Services Unit in All Hallows College on 00-353 (0)1 8520756 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com .
From December 1st 2016 enquiries related to academic records should be addressed to the Registry Office of Dublin City University at:
With the formal closure of the teaching activities of All Hallows College on 30th November 2016, all the educational programmes of the College cease. Over the last two years, the College has encouraged and supported the development of related academic programmes in other institutions or the direct transfer of some of its educational programmes in a number of instances. The College is pleased to note the following:
MA in Applied Spirituality
A new Master of Arts in Applied Spirituality has been launched by the Waterford Institute of Technology. This is a 1-year full-time programme which is delivered at Milltown Park, Dublin 6. The programme is a development of the MA in Christian Spirituality which was offered by All Hallows College from 2010 to 2015. The course directors are Prof Michael Howlett, Prof Bernadette Flanagan, and Dr Michael O'Sullivan. The programme commenced in August 2016 and is currently seeking applications for the programme commencing in August 2017. For further details click here.
MA in Personal Leadership and Pastoral Care
A new Master of Arts in Personal Leadership and Pastoral Care has been launched by the National College of Ireland. It is being offered in a full-time mode (1-year). The programme is a development of the MA in Leadership and Pastoral Care which was offered by All Hallows College from 1993. This new programme was validated by Quality and Qualifications Ireland in July 2016 and is currently seeking applications for a September 2017 commencement. For further details see: For further details click here.
MSc in Non Profit Management
A new Master of Science in Non Profit Management has been launched by the National College. It is being offered in a part-time mode (2-years). The programme is a development of the MA in Management: Voluntary and Community Services which was offered by All Hallows College from 2002 to 2015. This new programme was validated by Quality and Qualifications Ireland in July 2016 and is currently seeking applications for a January 2017 commencement. For further details see: For further details click here.
BA in Adult Learning for Personal and Professional Development (ALBA)
The BA in Adult Learning for Personal and Professional Development (ALBA) has transferred to Dublin City University for the academic year 2016 - 17. During this time the final group of students will complete their studies under the guidance of the ALBA leadership team, namely, Dr Catherine Breathnach, Dr Siobhan Larkin, Mr Colm Kilgallon and Mr Columba Kelly. During this academic year (2016 -17) the team will lead also a collaborative project to examine the experience of the ALBA programme and identify development possibilities in the Irish Higher Education Sector for Competency-Based Learning.
Pathways Programme - Adult Faith Formation
With the approval of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin and his Council and the Trustees of All Hallows College the All Hallows Programme, Pathways: Exploring Faith and Ministry has been incorporated into the Dublin Archdiocese's Office for Evangelisation and Ecumenism. It has become part of Adult Faith Development part-time courses being offered by the Dublin Archdiocese since the beginning in the academic year 2015/2016. From September 2015 the Programme has operated from the Diocesan Centre in Clonliffe College, Clonliffe Road, Dublin, 3. For further details see: For further details click here.
Renewal for Ministry Programme
The Sabbatical Renewal Programme will be run in the future by the Presentation Sisters (Union of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary) and will take place in Mount St. Anne's, Portarlington. The following link will provide more information about the programme in due course: For further details click here. In the meantime, please contact Mount St. Anne's at 353 (0)57 8626153 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We thank you for your ongoing commitment and support throughout the years and we look forward to the future of the campus as an educational establishment under DCU and the continuance of the legacy of All Hallows College.