This article explains what Chaplaincy does and what kind of help students can find there.


The Chaplaincy is a place open for all students, regardless of their beliefs and faith. The Chaplaincy allows students to reflect on their life and give them space necessary to make important decisions in their life as well as quiet down or make friends.


In the Chaplaincy, religion does not have to be the main topic of discussion; students can talk to other students or the staff about anything they want without being judged.


The Chaplaincy provides a lot of information about local centres of worship and helplines and support services around Portsmouth.


The Chaplaincy offers a range of different facilities:

  • Free tea and coffee

  • Islamic Prayer Rooms for men and women

  • Washing facilities

  • Quiet room

  • Rooms for group study work

  • Comfortable sitting areas

  • Events: Festival of Light

Please watch the video to see what other students say about the Chaplaincy.


The Chaplaincy Suite is open weekdays 9:00am–5:00pm (4:00pm on Fridays), but there is always someone available to speak to.


In an emergency and for out-of-hours security, please ring the Security Lodge on +44 (0)23 9284 3418 (just 84 3418 from halls landlines).


Please remember that students do not need to make an appointment to come to the Chaplaincy.


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