The Chapel is a focal point for life at Queen’s. We gather there each day for Foundation worship, and these gatherings embody and express our corporate life and shared commitment together. They celebrate and sustain our common life, and as such they are a priority for all those who are on the campus on that day.
Part of Life at Queen’s is eating together, and a key part of our community life revolves around meals. A self-service breakfast operates every day for those on campus, with a cooked meal served every day at lunchtime. We also eat together on those evenings when modules are taught, as we believe that this builds relationships and friendships which can be extended in the classroom. For those on residential weekends, breakfast, lunch and dinner are catered, and again, the sharing of these meals is a core aspect of studying together.
The library stocks a wide range of resources, mainly – but not exclusively – in the field of religion and theology. It occupies three interlinked rooms on the ground floor of the Old Building. Computers are available for the use of Foundation staff and students; all electronic library resources are available on these computers, which are networked to a printer. The library is enabled for wireless internet access for laptop use.