Here at the MSA, we have a lively and vibrant community who are here to offer advice on all things Strathclyde.
Common Room, Tea/Coffee, Microwaves, Toaster, Fridges, Lockers.
PC Lab with WIFI, printer, photocopier and a scanner.
Quiet study rooms, peer support network.
There are a range of workshops for undergraduates and postgraduates which cover key academic practices. For more info. or to book a place please visit our booking page.
Strathclyde Bicycle Users Group (StrathBUG) is now online at http://www.strathbug.org.uk/
Register on the site for information, help and encouragement with all aspects of cycle-based active transport to and from University.
There are articles on the site to help people to start to commute by bicycle, as well as a forum where users can ask questions,
and raise issues e.g. about existing facilities, or those they think are needed. You can also share you route with others, and perhaps help someone
new to cycle commuting, or simply find someone to share your commute with.
Inviting all students who are Sikh or interested in learning about the Sikh faith - a new student society is being set-up. If interested please send an email to the University Sikh Chaplain Dr Satwant Multani: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Multani, our Sikh Chaplain, will be available within the Chaplaincy Centre on Tuesday afternoons, commencing 17 March, from 3.30-4.30 pm for any student or staff member who may wish to speak with him.
Piano Recital by Strathclyde Piano and Friends
Chaplaincy Centre, Graham Hills Building,
Every Friday at 12.30 pm for around 20 minutes.
A relaxing way to unwind at the end of a busy week.
Jennifer Buchan, a celebrant with the Humanist Society Scotland, has joined our team of Chaplains in the Chaplaincy Centre. Jennifer welcomes the opportunity of meeting students and staff, and will be in the Chaplaincy Centre every Tuesday from 12 noon until 2pm. She very much looks forward to seeing you all.
We're delighted to announce the appointment of the University's first ever Muslim Chaplain. Mr Junaid Rahman will be available in the Chaplaincy Centre on Thursday afternoon's from 1-3 pm for any student or staff member who might wish to speak with him.
We are open from 10.30 am to 3.30 pm, Monday to Friday term time.
Find extra information and help on our myplace classes: http://classes.myplace.strath.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=15343
Taizé Style Prayer
A Taizé prayer group will be starting on Monday 20th April (and every Monday following) in the Chaplaincy Centre, Graham Hills Building (Level 2), gathering from 5.30pm to start at 6pm. Tea, coffee and cake will be available afterwards.
Taizé prayer is an ecumenical style of reflective and meditative "prayer without end" using repetitive song and silence. Its simplicity makes it accessible to all, whether you wish to sing or simply to listen: it can be an oasis of calm and space for thought in the midst of our busy lives.