Spiritual wellbeing is associated with the flourishing of the human spirit

Spiritual wellbeing is about being secure in our sense of who we are and how we connect with others, the world in which we live, and, for many people, a transcendent realm.

Spiritual wellbeing is nourished by habits and commitments that enable human flourishing at every level. It is strengthened by engagement with other perspectives and the integration of new experiences.

Spiritual wellbeing involves developing an inquisitive, open mind and a respect for truth wherever truth is found. Spiritual wellbeing truly embraces the University motto, Sapere Aude, Dare to be Wise!

Life at University is a time for learning about and practising spiritual wellbeing, and our chaplaincy team is available to support people in that exciting journey and in their task of nurturing the soul.

Find out what support services are available for staff and students and where to find tools, strategies and more information

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