Faith and Belief on Campus
The University of Glasgow celebrates and values the diversity of its students, staff and visitors and aims to create an environment where the cultural, religious and non-religious or similar philosophical beliefs of all are respected. The University's Religion and Belief Equality Champion supports this work.
The University is strongly committed to interfaith working and our Chaplaincy provides spiritual support and facilities for students and staff of all faiths and none. The Chaplaincy enjoys a strong reputation for inclusivity and works alongside student faith groups and bodies.
The University also has appointed Honorary Chaplains for the major faiths; details can be found on the Chaplaincy's Contact Us page.
The University provides a small number of quiet spaces for Prayer and Reflection on Campus.
View the University’s Equality and Diversity Policy and the related Religion and Belief Appendix.
A number of student societies exist to provide support to people of faith. These include the Catholic society, Christian Union, Islamic society and Jewish students’ society. A full list of the student faith societies and their contact details are available on the Student Representative Council website.
Peer Wellbeing Support
Peer Wellbeing Support is a confidential, student-led listening service. It allows students to talk and share their problems, and receive support from trained Peer Wellbeing Supporters.