RCSI recognises and cherishes the rich cultural and spiritual diversity of the RCSI staff and student body.
Our core values of Respect, Collegiality, Scholarship and Innovation create a dynamic learning environment that continuously seeks to build an inclusive and hospitable community for all. We value equally the diversity of cultural and religious backgrounds of all our students and staff and welcome students and staff of all faiths and none.
The University is committed to non-discrimination on the basis of religion.
Facilities and places of worship
RCSI offers two Brother and Sister's Prayer Room in 123 St Stephen’s Green and 26 York Street. An interfaith Serenity Room is also available to staff and students in 123 St Stephen’s Green.
The University recognises and respects the important role religion and spirituality can play in the lives of many members of our community as a personal resource for meaning, community and well-being. If you are new to RCSI or feel the need to explore this, the following information may be helpful to you.
The RCSI Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy and the Dignity and Respect Policy protect all members of the University community from discrimination, bullying and harassment; this includes discrimination, bullying and/or harassment relating to religion (including lack of religious belief).