- October 2012
The Muslim Student Association (MSA) is hosting the Eid Dinner on Thursday, October 24, 2012. Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend on Wednesday, October 24, 2012 from 6:30 - 8:00 PM in the Medaille Dining Room. Seating is limited, please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 389-2303.
Nazareth Muslim Student Association (MSA) provides opportunities for Muslim students to gather, worship and support each other in community. Through the Center for Spirituality, Nazareth offers ample space for prayer (in Shults and in Golisano Academic Center) and provides rides to the nearby Islamic Center of Rochester (on a daily basis during Ramadan and whenever else rides are requested).
Nazareth MSA also provides a gateway for the college and community to learn more about the Islamic faith through educational and experiential events.
Ramadan dinner – open to campus community.
The Nazareth MSA hopes to serve not only the needs of Muslim students, but to do outreach programs 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 members are leaders of IFRAC (InterFaith Rochester Area Colleges) and work in collaboration with MSA leaders from area colleges.
MSA partners with CFS clubs and other clubs on campus
Naz MSA has partnered up with various different clubs like Hillel, Amnesty, INC, the French club.