The programme featured a number of events including a workshop on bias and discrimination on campus.
Thousands flocked to Front Square at 11.11am today after being allowed to leave classes, a move made by the administration to show solidarity with students protesting.
The funding will be available to all publicly funded higher education institutions for this academic year.
The Union of Students in Ireland, in collaboration with TCDSU, has arranged a walkout this Thursday to combat the fiscal pressures facing students.
Discussions were held on the future of postgraduate representation in Trinity over two town halls this week.
Provost Linda Doyle also responded to issues around accommodation, costs of living, PhD stipends, and the climate crisis in her address to the college community.
The bill was passed by the Houses of Parliament with new amendments late last night.
College has said the cost increases have come “at a time of high inflation”.
Physics student Ben Rowsome has been elected to the Youth Committee of the European Disability Forum, where he will represent Autism Europe.
The report also outlined that the number of young people not in employment or education dropped to 12.1 per cent and that 63 per cent of young people in Ireland are in education.