Faith or Belief on Campus.

NUSU Welfare & Support Centre.

Representation at the Students' Union

NUSU wants every part of the student community to be represented and have their voice heard. That’s why we hold yearly elections to find a dedicated team of student officers, including a representative for students with faith or belief. If you encounter an issue related to your faith or belief, need advice, or just want to talk to a friendly face, you can contact NUSU’s Students with Faith or Belief Officer.


Places of Worship

Click here for a guide to local places of worship, including churches, temples, synagogues, and mosques. There is also a thriving Council of Faiths, and chaplains are happy to put you in touch with people of any faith.


Chaplaincy Service

The University Chaplaincy Team are a team of chaplains working together who are appointed by their faith communities, recognized by the University, and are affiliated with the Student Health and Wellbeing Service. They are committed to working with students and staff of different faiths and none and to making the University a place of religious tolerance and respect. They are joined in their work by a further team of honorary chaplains who are all members of staff within the University. The Chaplaincy Team is committed to religious tolerance, diversity, and respect.

For more information telephone 0191 208 6341 or email


Reporting Services

NUSU will not tolerate harassment, discrimination, and hate crime. If you’ve experienced harassment because of your religion or belief or witnessed an incident on campus, we want to know. Head to our Report and Support page for information on how to report an incident that has happened to you, both on and outside of campus.