Many social events are booked by societies and individuals, religious and non-religious. In addition, the Chaplaincy itself organises the following events, as well as occasional evening events:

Welcome Week

Date Time Event
Saturday 1 - Sunday 9 September 2018 Various times Check our programme of events for new students including social events, bus tours, walks, music, song and faith events.

Social events during semester

Day Time Event
Tuesdays 12.30 - 14.00 Soup Tuesday (Home-made soup and bread lunch)
Wednesdays 18.00 Wednesday meal from across the world - students cooking for students. (vegetarian food available)
Fridays 12.45 - 14.15 International Women's Social Group for students and staff
Saturdays/Weekends Various Visits to Scotland's scenic countryside, towns and villages.
 May (date to be confirmed) 17.00 End of Semester BBQ

International student events and trips

Semester 2
Date Time Event*
Saturday 12 January 08:30 - 18:30 Day trip to Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument and Castle Campbell
Buy tickets in advance from the Chaplaincy (£20)
Friday 25 January From 18:30 Evening Event:  BURNS SUPPER  Celebrate Scotland's national poet at a traditional Burns Supper (£10) Tickets on sale in the Chaplaincy
Saturday 2 February 08.30 - 20.00 Day trip to Dundee, Dunottar Castle and Aberdeen Buy tickets in advance from the Chaplaincy (£27)
Friday 15 to Sunday 17 February Weekend trip Weekend trip to Ullapool an the North-West Highlands
Buy tickets in advance from the Chaplaincy (£80)  Cost includes coach hire, all food and accommodation
Tuesday 5 March From 19.30 Pancake Tuesday Celebrate Shrove Tuesday with pancakes in the chaplaincy. (hosted by Cathsoc) Free and no need to book
Saturday 9 March 08:30 - 19:30 Day trip to Killin, Loch Awe, Inveraray and Loch Lomond
Buy tickets in advance from the chaplaincy (£25)

*Tickets for all trips go on sale on the Monday prior to the trip. All trips must be signed up and paid for at the Chaplaincy. Places are limited. Please see our notice boards for further details.

Religious Services and Meetings (held in the Chaplaincy Chapel)
Every Saturday (during semester) 18.00 Catholic Vigil Mass
Every Sunday 11.30 University Church Service and Bible Teaching (Non-denominational), conducted by the University Chaplain. Followed by free pizza lunch and sometimes a minibus trip into the surrounding area.
ASH WEDNESDAY 12.15 An Ash Wednesday service will be held in the chapel on Wednesay 6 March 2019
Several Religious Societies use the Chaplaincy regularly
Alternating Tuesdays 19:30 Catholic Society (Cathsoc)
Wednesdays 19.30 International Christian Fellowship
Sundays 18.30 Chinese Christian Fellowship