Welcome to The All Hallows Trust
The All Hallows Trust continues.
All Hallows educated generations of priests, leaders and professionals serving communities in every corner of the world since 1842. The programmes were always built around three core values: Justice, Service and Leadership. All Hallows alumni continue to be effective practitioners and powerful voices for the underserved in society.
In May 2014, the Trustees announced the wind down of the college. On 8th April 2016, the sale of the Campus to Dublin City University (DCU) was completed. All Hallows Festival Week in July 2016 celebrated the legacy of 174 years in mission and education. The college closed on the 30th November 2016. The final All Hallows Graduation was on 1st November 2016, the college Feast day.
We are delighted that with the sale of All Hallows College the campus continues in education. Through the sale we have enshrined opportunities for the trust and some activities to continue.
The All Hallows Trust Office is located to the right of the main reception in Drumcondra House. At this time the trustees are determining how best to continue to give expression to the mission.
The Trustees and I thank you for your ongoing commitment and support throughout the years and we look forward to the continuance of the legacy and mission of All Hallows Trust. The college heritage exhibition and garden is open so please feel free to come visit.
All Hallows College, Board of Trustees
You have to watch this amazing time-lapse video of @DCULIB Woodlock Hall: from prepping for construction to shelving 18,000 books, all in under 3 minutes! pic.twitter.com/XqvBeVlSUq
— Dublin City University (@DCU) November 19, 2021