The presidents of Ireland's universities met the Minister for Higher Education Simon Harris today to discuss the crises facing third-level.
It has been estimated that up to 1,000 additional third-level places may be necessitated by the errors.
Harris made the comments at the Fine Gael parliamentary party meeting last night.
Chair of Players Ultan Pringle was elected Secretary of the CSC.
The government today announced that the results of some 6,500 students were incorrectly calculated.
College also said that students already admitted to Trinity under the calculated grades system will be able to remain in Trinity.
Mistakes in the calculated grades system have led to at least 7,200 students receiving incorrect grades.
The coding error in the system may mean colleges have to increase the number of places available in some courses.
The awards recognise the commitment of institutions, schools and departments to improving gender equality.
A number of students have been appointed to the project’s advisory board.