At Glasgow Caledonian University we welcome all students and staff of any faith or none. These pages contain information on the facilities, societies and events that are available to all students and staff. The University has a diverse and vibrant community and we aim to celebrate this through events and meetings on campus throughout the year. 

Our Faith & Belief Centre cannot reopen in Trimester A due to a lack of ventilation in the rooms. Instead every Friday from 9 am until 6pm students and staff can access rooms: 

  • W702 (capacity 28) 
  • W703 (capacity 32)  

And on Monday - Friday 9am to 11pm and Saturday - Sunday 10am to 6pm students and staff can access Seminar Room 3 on the 3rd floor of the library.  

Please note the third floor of the library is a silent study area. 


Room Bookings 

GCU Students who are members of affiliated clubs, societies and groups can book rooms, stalls or spaces within GCU and the Students' Association Building for their meetings and events via this link: 

Please provide at least 5 working days’ notice for bookings. 

If you have any questions, you can email Societies Coordinator, Lora Addison: 

If you are booking a GCU room for an activity on campus, then there can only currently be a maximum of 50 individuals in attendance. All individuals are required to use face coverings inside campus buildings unless eating/drinking or are medically exempt. For all in-person activities, you are required to create an event on our website for individuals to book a ticket prior to attending your activity and you must register their attendance for Test and Protect purposes.


GCU Building Opening Hours

We can book rooms between the following times on the Glasgow Campus. However, please note that not all buildings are open late and there is limited availability at weekends.

Monday to Thursday, 9am to 9pm
Friday, 9am to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 5pm


You can find information about local community places of worship on our webpages, please follow our Facebook group or follow us on Twitter, or email

Meet your Chaplaincy Team

GCU has a dedicated team of volunteer Chaplains who are here to support students' and staff's spiritual wellbeing and provide guidance and support throughout your time at GCU. You can see the members of the Chaplaincy Team by clicking here.

Download a welcome message from the GCU chaplaincy team who represent the diverse GCU community.

Religious Observance Policy

The University has a Religious Observance Policy‌ which provides information for students and University staff in relation to students who find it difficult to fulfil their educational requirements due to their faith. 

Covid-19 National Memorial Ceremony

Humanists UK held a national memorial ceremony for the victims of the coronavirus, which was broadcasted live. You can access the recorded session through their Youtube Channel