Muslim Student Association

Who We Are

The Muslim Students Association at University of Dayton is one of the most ethnically diverse groups on campus, and everyone is welcome, both Muslim and non-Muslim. This organization is the place to find anything: Jumah prayer, welcoming new arrival, where to find halal food, textbooks, and places of prayer, schools, and events information.

There is a Prayer Room located in the Rike Center room 205 and is available Monday through Friday from 7:30 am- 7:30 pm. 

We will have Friday prayer each week that UD is in academic session. Friday Jumah prayer is held at 1:30 pm in Rike Center 205; women's entrance on Friday is Rike 207.
In addition, our plan is to help others who need any information about Islam because the classes need to research about Islam and meet with other UD students. We will try to function in all of our activities across the community website. Also, we will work as volunteers with other organizations if they need our help and try our best to share their activities.

Clearing Misconceptions about Islam

UD's Muslim Student Association recently made a video featuring UD students and faculty, to clear misconceptions about the meaning of "Jihad" and help bring peace between all faiths on our wonderful campus.

Also, check out We'am Hussain's excellent article on women's education in Islam in light of the Boko Haram kidnappings in Nigeria.