Student Wellbeing, Learning and Welfare Support

Supporting your success.....

Faith and Religion

  • Introduction
  • Facilities
  • Chaplaincy Team
  • Local Places of Worship
  • Discrimination/Hate Crime
  • Religious Food Requirements


If you consider yourself to be a person of Faith then we understand that your Faith matters to you. We want you to know that it matters to us too.

We hope that you will feel valued and respected for your faith and that appropriate spiritual support and facility is available to you should you need it.


A Chapel is situated in Middleton Hall below the Arts Café. It is regularly used by the Chapel Choir and Chaplains hold services and groups throughout the week.

A Muslim Prayer Room is available in Unit 4c on the Newland Science Park adjacent to the Campus and The Courtyard Accommodation.

Chaplaincy Team

The Chaplaincy Team is a voluntary group made up of local and regional faith Leaders. They provide a place of welcome and support to Students and Staff, whatever their faith or belief system. Everyone is welcome. They also bring a wealth of experience and expertise which broadens the pastoral support we are able to offer our Students.

They provide a listening ear and physical and emotional space to chat, reflect and if appropriate, prayer. Whoever you are and whatever your needs, you will find the Chaplains approachable and ready to support you.

Meet the Chaplains

Local Places of Worship

During your time at University we also encourage you to join a local community where again you can find a warm welcome and a supportive community. The following is a selection of places available.

Trinity Methodist Church -  
Hull Community Church -  
Cottingham Road Baptist -  
St Cuthberts, Marlborough Avenue -

Amazing Grace (Redeemed Christian Church of God) -  

Catholic Church -  

Buddhist Centre -  

Pearson Park Mosque -  

Discrimination/Hate Crime

We fully expect that you will have a safe and enjoyable time at the University of Hull. However, we are aware that there may be occasion when you are made you experience abuse or harassment because of your race, faith or religious belief. We take such instances seriously and would encourage you to report them but completing our online Welfare Concern Referral Form.

If you are victim of any physical abuse, violence or threat we would encourage you to contact the Police. Our Health & Wellbeing Team or one of the Chaplains can support you in this.

Religious Food Requirements

The University has a number of catering outlets across the Campus and within our Accommodation provision.

If you have any concerns or would like to find out more information, please visit:
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