The UAL Religious Literacy project aims to generate debate about the role that religion, belief and faith play within the social, academic and creative life of the University.
The University welcomes staff from all faiths, and none, and aims to support staff in a number of ways including:
Chaplaincy - The University has a multi-faith Chaplaincy that supports students and staff from diverse faith backgrounds.
Multi-faith calendar - Our multi-faith calendar includes listings of major faith events marked by students and staff at UAL. We use the calendar to help inform the development of timetables and to plan events.
Quiet spaces for prayer and personal reflection - Each UAL site has a space for students, staff and visitors to undertake prayer or personal reflection.