Al-Nur 

Muslim Student Association
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

WELCOME TO AL-NUR

As part of its core mission, Al Nur, the Muslim Students Association (MSA) at Dartmouth, seeks to promote and support Muslim life on campus and to foster constructive dialogue concerning Islam.


Student-run and supported by the William Jewett Tucker Foundation, Al Nur is the hub of Muslim spiritual life and coordinates educational programs that seek to facilitate a balanced, engaging discourse surrounding Islam and Muslim issues.

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Prayer Schedule

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Group Prayer Dhuhr, 1:35pm & Asr: 5pm occurs everyday.


Jummah is at 1:15 in North Fairbanks Hall

UPCOMING and ONGOING EVENTS

Ramadan Programming
Activities include:
- Iftar and potlucks at the Tucker 105 each Saturday night of Ramadan starting July 5.  
- Tarawwih nightly in the Muslim Prayer Space, after 10:30pm
- On Wednesday, July 9, (8 – 10pm) at Collis Common Ground, Al-Nur is hosting the campus for our yearly program “Ramadan Reflections”.  Student panelists will share their experience of the sacred month with guests, and dinner will be catered.  Look out for the campus blitz shortly
-Suhoor (morning pre-fast meal) is available in 53 commons. Please contact dining services for access.

Current/Upcoming Events


Tajwid Quran Recitation Course

Br. Sharif is offering sessions in tajwid or the art of Quranic recitation which he is authorized to transmit. To join a weekly 30 minute session, please email him at Sharif.Rosen@dartmouth.edu


Fiqh Halaqa - 

Every Friday 7 pm in the prayer room (North Fairbanks Hall)

This halaqa series, led by Dr. Jibran Khokhar, discusses how the Islamic rulings issues were derived and the benefits we gain from them. There is no prior knowledge necessary to attend.


Recent Previous Events


"LET'S TALK" - Weekly Discussion group, Every Saturday 5 pm in the Prayer Room


Weekly discussions on various topics that affect us or that we encounter in our lives. The discussions will include, but are not limited to topics pertaining to Islam or religion.

These talks will be informal discussions among friends and peers over coffee and tea. There is no prior knowledge, or attendance etc required and students can come whenever they want and leave when they must. 


Marriage for Allah

A presentation and discussion on Islamic marriage in the western world. The first lecture provides pre-marital guidance and a framework of preparation for the unmarried; the second lecture is intended for married couples. You may attend both lectures if you wish.

Lecture 1: 11:00 AM-12:15 PM

Lecture 2: 1:15 PM – 2:30 PM


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