Chaplaincy for students
The Chaplaincy Centre at the University of Sheffield is here for students of any faith, any religion, or none. We support your student journey, from open day to graduation.
The Chaplaincy Centre is open 9.30am-5pm Monday to Friday during semesters.
Facilities, including a room for prayer, worship, quiet reflection and meditation, are available to all members of the University. There is also a Common Room for meetings and individuals, with tea and coffe available.
Student Faith Societies (registered with the Union of Students) are welcome to book these facilities for meetings and workshops.
Muslim Prayer Rooms are situated in the Students’ Union and nearby the Information Commons, Diamond , George Porter, Firth Court, and inside the AMRC. Please see here for more information.
Where to find us
The Octagon Centre
Sheffield S10 2TQ
Phone: +44 114 222 8923
The Chaplaincy is committed to treating everyone equally.
Visit our Students' Union site to see all of our religion and belief societies.
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