Given the aforementioned changes within higher education, what is it like to be a religious student studying at a British university? The aim of this chapter, based on doctoral research carried out between 2011-13, is to shed light on how religious students from Jewish, Muslim and Christian backgrounds navigate the terrain of a red-brick university1. What are their experiences of studying at an ostensibly ‘secular’ university? What have their experiences been in joining relevant chaplaincies/religious societies? Finally, what is the nature of their interactions with religious and non-religious peers?