Friday Prayer (December 22nd) will be not be held. And during the Winter Break, it will be held in AMCC room (Coffman Memorial Union, Room 236).
Location is bottom part of this page.
Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh
السلام عليكم و رحمة الله و بركاته
We welcome you with Greetings of Peace.
The Muslim Students Association is an organization committed to making Muslim students on the University campus feel comfortable by providing prayer locations and organizing events and religious celebrations, such as Ramadan Iftars, Eidrageous, the Interfaith panel and Islam Awareness Week, as well as others.
The MSA hopes that Muslims and non-Muslims can better understand each other and that Muslim students can have the resources necessary to their success in college easily accessible to them.
Our goal is to reach out to the community on and off campus by creating and maintaining healthy dialogue. We make a full effort to enrich the community and we hope that even through the regular labeling and stereotyping of Muslims in the media, the activities we organize can help others understand what Islam truly is and what it means to be a Muslim.
The MSA is primarily a Muslim student group but it is open to people of all cultures and backgrounds. Islam is a “color-blind” religion that has 1.5 billion followers worldwide all of different ethnicities and cultures, and so in that sense, the MSA is by default both a religious and cultural group. Our events also show that we are both religious and cultural.