Take a glimpse into the Muslim college experience by attending this not-to-be-missed event of the year. Along with academic workshops to assist students in reaching their intellectual best, the youth conference will also offer Islamic based workshops which focus on the current climate for Muslims today, as well as delve into the issues on what it means to navigate your personal journey to excellence.
The most anticipated event of the year is finally here! The 2016 MSU Winter Retreat! Come out to the San Bernardino Mountains with us to build a deeper relationship with Allah, your fellow brothers and sisters, and to just relax. Register quickly as there is a maximum of 75 people allowed to register! The deadline to register is the Friday of Finals Week: Friday December 11th.
MSU is a student organization comprised of over 100 members at the University of California, Irvine that hosts over 300 activities in an academic year including Islam Awareness Month, the Ummah Initiative Program, Weekly Islamic Classes, Jumu’ah for the UCI and local Irvine community, active weekly Dawah and a range of more events.
It’s the most wonderful time of Week 1! Fall quarter has just started, and we want to welcome everyone back to UCI as well as our new students! Please join us at the much awaited, understandably hyped, and unimaginangly fulfilling Welcome Banquet 2015 on Wednesday, October 7th 2015. Click “Read Me” to find out more!
Asr 3:20 pm/3:25pm
Maghrib Sunset/+10 minutes
The Muslim Student Union strives to bring to life the Islamic teachings to “enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong” through the pursuit of social justice for those suffering oppression and exploitation both domestically and internationally. As a vocal and firm advocate for victims of injustice, the Muslim Student Union aims to make strides towards creating awareness of issues regarding social injustice, paving a path for changing attitudes, perspectives, and support.
The Muslim Student Union at UC Irvine strives to establish a solid sisterhood and brotherhood between its members by providing a welcoming, safe, and open environment for Muslim students on campus. Each week is filled with several social activities, from sisters’ chai nights to brothers’ breakfasts to quarterly MSU dinners at local restaurants. Through these activities, MSU provides a home away from home and a support system during the most crucial years of a person’s life.