Griffith offers a safe place for students and staff of any faith or worldview to seek information and support

Our experienced Chaplains operate at every campus, providing pastoral care and opportunities to explore questions of faith.

Our chaplaincy services also facilitate access to dedicated campus prayer rooms as well as information regarding local religious communities.

Griffith also hosts the Centre for Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue at our Nathan campus.

Talk with a chaplain

Chaplains are here for students and staff of any faith or world view to talk about:

  • the  meaning  of  life
  • questions  about  faith
  • how  to  live  in  this  world
  • things  that  trouble  us

To contact a Chaplain, you can make an appointment online or by phone.

You can also subscribe to the Chaplaincy News email list.

Tools For Living In The 21st Century

Griffith Chaplaincy is hosting Tools For Living In The 21st Century, a free workshop exploring four themes over four sessions throughout November: Gratitude, Thoughtful Speech, Courage and Forgiveness. All are welcome from all (or no) faiths – come along, join the discussion, and meet other curious minds! Facilitated by the Rt Rev. Dr Richard Taylor.

Thursdays 7–28 November, 12–1pm

Student Centre (G33), Training Room 1.63, Gold Coast campus

Campus prayer rooms

Find dedicated prayer rooms and related facilities at your campus.

CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY

Printable Cultural Diversity Calendar

Cultural Diversity Calendar 2019

See when events of cultural and spiritual significance occur throughout the year.

Printable Calendar

Interactive Cultural Diversity Calendar

Cultural Diversity Calendar 2019 (Digital)

Hover over events in this interactive version of the calendar to read more information.

Interactive Calendar

faith and food

QFCC Faith and Food Guide

A handy guide to the dietary requirements of various religious groups.

Faith and Food Guide

Embracing Multifaith perspectives

Embracing Multifaith Perspectives

Read more about how Griffith Chaplaincy fosters diversity and multi-faith perspectives.

Chaplaincy at Griffith

Centre for Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue

The Centre for Interfaith and Cultural Dialogue at the Nathan campus aims to foster respect for a diversity of religious, cultural and philosophical perspectives, values and traditions, in a bid to strengthen our communities.

Local religious communities

Religious groups that provide financial support to Griffith University Chaplaincy

Others religious groups in our community

Events

Check out the latest events on campus

Online Health and Wellness Centre

Griffith's new Online Health and Wellness Centre is a portal designed to increase student awareness and understanding of mental health concerns, and learn tips for promoting better health and wellbeing such as living a healthy lifestyle, engaging in meaningful social activity, feeling safe, stable and secure, and looking after your mental wellness.

Griffith's Online Health and Wellness Centre

Contact Student Services

Get in contact with Student Services or book an appointment to see how we can help.

Stay connected

Keep in touch with Student Services.