Faith and Belief

Scotland is a multi-cultural country and we recognise that our students are of many belief systems, faiths, or none. If you require a quiet area for praying, meditation, or a space for personal reflection, a number of multi-faith rooms are available to use at Kaim Cottage (beside the Business School – ask at the reception there for the code needed to enter Kaim Cottage). All we ask for is some tolerance of others’ personal beliefs while using the areas.

There are also a number of student-led, faith-based societies, where you can get in touch with other students with similar beliefs. We can also help you set one up, if you wish. There is also a University chaplain, who will meet with you whatever your faith and beliefs.

Contact RGU:Union Advice and Support via the below links or via the chat-widget on this page, and to provide feedback on the service, please complete the Advice & Support Survey.

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