Religion and Belief on Campus
Information, support and guidance for religious students.
- Chaplaincy Centre
- Religion and belief-specific information
- Exams and religious observance
- Religion and belief societies
- Multi-faith activities
- Chaplaincy facilities
- Sharing accommodation
- See also
Our Chaplaincy Centre is available online via phone, web chat and video calls during COVID-19.
For more information, please visit:
Religion and belief-specific information
The chaplaincy web pages provide specific information on our chaplains and religious advisers, University prayer rooms, events and activities and places of worship in Sheffield.
Please click on the relevant link below for more information.
- Baha'i Chaplaincy
- Buddhist Chaplaincy
- Christian Chaplaincy
- Hindu Chaplaincy
- Humanist Chaplaincy
- Jewish Chaplaincy
- Muslim Chaplaincy
- Pagan Chaplaincy
- Sikh Chaplaincy
Exams and religious observance
If you are unable to attend an exam any time during the year (excluding Sundays) due to religious reasons (e.g. Sabbath, Festival, Friday Prayers etc.), you must complete a Request for Religious Observance form by 30th October each year.
Religion and belief societies
The page below outlines all of our religion and belief societies organised through the Students' Union.
Our Chaplaincy Centre run various activities and events open to all religions and beliefs. Please see the page below for more information.
Our Chaplaincy Centre includes a sitting room for small meetings and a room for prayer, worship, quiet reflection and meditation.
Please visit the page below for information and guidance about sharing accommodation at University.
The page below outlines our University regulations on accommodation, chaplains and religious advisers, dress, diet and absences for religious reasons.