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Alumni & Community

A Week With MSA 

Curious about what MSA programming looks like? Here’s just a taste of a typical week:

Monday: Mini Qiyam, Monthly Sister’s Circle

Tuesday: Various MSA programs, Tajweed Class, MSA Book Club, Tea Talks & Detox

Wednesday: Various MSA programs, 

Thursday: MSA/Felicity weekly halaqa, Socials

Friday: Surah Kahf reading, Friday prayer, and post-Jumua lunch


MSA is also open to hearing what new ideas you have! If you have an idea for a program, contact a board member and become involved! Questions? Email:

Alumni & Community


Are you interested in getting involved in the community or giving back? We’re always interested in working with alumni and community members! Send us an email at stating your interest in connecting, and we’ll get back to you shortly!



Want to contribute to our volunteering efforts? MSA regularly arranges volunteer opportunities for its members, such as tutoring at local Islamic schools or group volunteering at Ronald McDonald House. Lend a helping hand! Email us at to learn more about our current activities!

Join a Committee
Looking for a way to craft programming, build community, and gain access to free food at meetings? Look no further! Join a committee under an MSA chair and help plan events for the MSA community and beyond! Apply here!

Upcoming Events

Events Overview

Mini Qiyam

Thursday Halaqas

Brother's & Sister's Socials

Tuesday Halimah Project

Fall Picnic

Monthly Quran Completion

Volunteer Events

Fall & Spring Picnics

Sacred Time Project

Alternative Spring Break

Alternative Spring Break 

Alternative Spring Break (ASB) is an experience where a group of college students (~10-14 per trip) traveling locally, nationally and internationally, engaging in community service efforts that contribute to meaningful social change. Each year, MSA leads an ASB trip through the Ginsberg Center’s Michigan Active Citizens Alternative Spring Break Program (MAC-ASB).Interested in going? Stay tuned for information about our upcoming trips!Applications typically open in October for a short time.

Volunteer Events 

MSA regularly arranges volunteer opportunities for its members, such as tutoring at local Islamic schools or group volunteering at Ronald McDonald House. Interested in getting involved? Check our weekly newsletter for upcoming opportunities!

Monthly Quran Completion

Every month, MSA members come together in a community effort to finish reading the Quran. Interested members can sign up to read however much they like on our completion spreadsheet, and track their progress throughout the month. After completion (khatm), we gather to celebrate the blessings of our accomplishment with a joint dinner and supplication, in partnership with the Felicity Foundation. Find our completion document at!

Tea Talks & Detox

Tea Talks & Detox is a small group dialogue focusing on topics relevant to the Muslim campus community. Every Tuesday, we share experiences, and work through these ideas together over tea and refreshments. Come as you are (& bring a friend!) – new faces and ideas always welcome!

Tuesday Tajweed Classes

Tajweed classes are low-commitment, low-stakes classes where qualified guest teachers help us improve our recitation of the Quran in a small group setting. People are welcome to drop by at sessions whenever they can make it – brothers and sisters meet in separate locations every Tuesday evening. All reading levels are encouraged and welcome.

Thursday Halaqas

A halaqa (in Arabic, “circle” or “ring”) is a space where we gather to learn about our faith in a large-group setting. Every Thursday evening, we hear from a guest scholar or one of our beloved chaplains in a lecture or workshop format. Come by whenever you can! Halaqas are causal community gatherings (every now and then, we provide snacks!) with no set curriculum from week to week. We always interested in hearing your ideas on topics you would like discussed at halaqa!

Mini Qiyam


Mini-Q (Mini-Qiyams) are weekly hour-long events where we gather to learn from fellow students and pray a shortened version of the night prayer (Qiyam ul-Layl). Every Monday, we hear from a different student as they share their knowledge, reflections, and stories about a topic of their choice. Then, we finish the hour with prayer.

MSA Committees

MSA Committees work closely under current chairs to help craft MSA programming and activities. Look out for committee forms sent out at the beginning of the year! For questions about specific committees, email! You’re welcome to join as many as you’d like!       

Collaborate With Us

Interested in collaborating with us? 

Send us an email at, and we’ll get back to you shortly! 

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