ANU Muslim Students' Association


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The ANU Muslim Students’ Association is a student organization devoted to helping Muslim students maintain their Islamic identity on campus. Our goal is to fulfil the religious, educational and social needs of Muslim students at ANU and to represent Muslim Students on campus.

Objectives of the MSA:

  1. To lead the ANU Muslim Community in a way which is pleasing to Allah and in accordance with the Quran and Sunnah.
  2. Appoint an Imam who will facilitate Jummah Prayers every Friday.
  3. Arrange/Hire the venue for Jummah Prayer. 
  4. Organise regular Islamic educational events.
  5. Organise regular events and activities which will benefit the ANU Muslim community.
  6. Manage the prayer rooms and facilities on Campus.
  7. Organise Taraweeh Prayers and weekly Iftars during the month of Ramadan.
  8. Run regular campaigns and raise awareness of important issues which effect Muslim students on Campus or will bring benefit to the wider ANU community.
  9. To create a welcoming, safe and supportive community for Muslims on campus.
Ramadan 2019 - Nightly Iftar and Taraweeh
5th May - 4th June
ANU Musallah (McDonald Place, opposite Menzies Library)
AIMF-ACT (Australian Indonesian Muslim Foundation of the ACT) supported by the ANU MSA invite you to attend: Nightly Iftar and Taraweeh Prayer - Ramadan 2019 Every night throughout Ramadan! - In sha Allah (God willing)
Jummah Prayer (Every Friday @ ANU Sport's Hall - 1pm)
10th May - 27th December
ANU Sport's Hall (Indoor Basketball Courts)
The ANU MSA hosts Jummah Prayer every Friday - 1pm at the ANU Sport's Hall Indoor Basketball Courts. There is a sisters section behind the blue curtain and sisters are welcome and encouraged to attend. Follow our FB page for important updates.

Musallah Coordinator




We acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which ANUSA operates.
We recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters, and communities of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
We pay our respect to Elders, past and present, and commit to standing with our first nations people.

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