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  Faith

The University has a range of facilities and support available to everyone. Quiet Rooms are located at each campus and can be used for prayer or somewhere to chill. Information is provided below if you need to talk to someone in person.

​Quiet rooms

The Quiet Room at Merchiston has moved to E11 and plans are in place to divide the room into two in order to provide male and female prayer areas. Booking is not required but the University will endeavour to ensure everyone gets fair and equitable access when they need it most. A shower room with ablution facilities is available for all to use and is located between floor G and floor H (currently marked H1).
 
There are two Quiet Rooms at Sighthill Campus (in rooms 1.B.03 and 1.B.04) and ablution facilities are available along the same corridor in both the female (1.B.07) and male toilets (1.B.08).
 
At Craiglockhart the Quiet Room is 4/32 and a shower room is available along the corridor (marked 4/01). These facilities are located on the 4th floor and are accessible either by stairs or a lift (the lift is located by the War Poets Collection).​
 
If you are having any difficulties reading this page please email enquiries@napier.ac.uk.
 
What are Quiet Rooms used for?

​The University’s Quiet Rooms are ‘open access’ rooms that individuals can use for a variety of purposes. You may, for instance, use a Quiet Room as a place where you can go to ‘get away from it all’ i.e. when you simply want somewhere where you are unlikely to be disturbed. They can also be used for prayer or contemplation e.g. staff or students who wish to pray either individually or as a congregation.

Who can use the Quiet Rooms?
Where are the Quiet rooms located?
Can I book a Quiet Room?
Can I display materials in a Quiet Room?
Complaints or concerns
Urgent support

​Contact us

For further information please contact the Head of Student Wellbeing, Veronique Johnston - V.Johnston@napier.ac.uk.
 
If you need support out of standard business hours or at weekends you can contact Nightline on 0131 557 4444 or visit their website. Nightline also offer an Instant Messenger service​ between 8pm and 8am.
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