Most universities in the UK have Chaplains. At Aston we have had Chaplains on campus for over 30 years. They give confidential pastoral care to students and staff whether they hold religious beliefs or not. They provide advice on spiritual and ethical matters, and contact details of local Christian and Non-Christian religious representatives such as faith advisers and places of worship. The Chaplains offer opportunities for reflection in the Martin Luther King Chaplaincy Centre on campus. For our students of other religions, the student religious societies such as the Hindu, Islamic, Jewish and Sikh Societies offer you the chance to meet and worship with other people who share your religious beliefs. There is also a campus prayer room. In addition, the city of Birmingham offers a wide choice of places of worship covering all major religions.