Nazareth Muslim Student Association (MSA) provides opportunities for Muslim students to gather, worship, and support each other in community.
MSA sponsors Quran teachings on Tuesdays from 12:10PM - 1:00PM GAC 351. The Quran sessions will be held on the following dates:
January 31 - Human Rights, Freedom of Thought and Expression
February 14 - Love and Beauty
February 28 - Exclusion and Inclusion, "My Way or the Highway"
March 7 - Good and Evil
March 21 - Wealth and Poverty
April 4 - Environment and Nature
April 18 - Jesus and Mary
The Quran Teachings will be lead by Dr. Muhammad Shafiq, Executive Director of the Hickey Center for Interfaith Studies.
Jumu'ah Salah takes place every Friday at 1:30PM in George Hall Lounge.
Nazareth MSA also provides a gateway for the college and community to learn more about the Islamic faith through educational and experiential events such as the Ramadan dinner, which is open to the campus community.
The Nazareth MSA hopes to serve not only the needs of Muslim students, but to provide outreach at Nazareth College and help the greater community through collaborative and interactive projects. Nazareth MSA is actively involved in interfaith work on campus and beyond.
MSA partners with CFS clubs and has partnered up with clubs such as Hillel, Amnesty, INC, and the French club.