What are Quiet Rooms used for at Edinburgh Napier?

What are Quiet Rooms used for at Edinburgh Napier?

Aimed at:¬† Edinburgh Napier’s students & Staff

‚ÄčThe University’s Quiet Rooms are ‘open access’ rooms that individuals can use for a variety of purposes.

You may, for instance, use a Quiet Room as a place where you can go to ‘get away from it all’ i.e. when you simply want somewhere where you are unlikely to be disturbed. They can also be used for prayer or contemplation e.g. staff or students who wish to pray either individually or as a congregation.

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