FAQ 453
What is a Chaplain?

A Chaplain is a person of faith who is always willing to listen, advise and assist any member of the University community who may have unanswered questions. 

Chaplains are also friendly, caring, generous people who enhance the life of the institution generally.

Chaplains do not share their own faith and belief with others unless invited to do so and will not try to influence your own choices in such matters.

If you are based at the Exeter campuses, you can contact the Chaplaincy on 01392 723649, visit the Chaplaincy website or log an enquiry through SID online (see below).
If you are based at the Cornwall Campus, you can find all our information in Compass Online