Programs

The Eid Banquet is an annual celebration in the Fall that commemorates Abraham’s sacrifice during the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha and celebrates the diversity of the Yale community.  To see photos of years past, please click here.
NOTE:  Due to Yale’s COVID protocols, we are not currently offering in-person Halaqas, but instead please join us for our virtual Halaqas on Mondays @ 8:00 pm EDT at: https://yale.zoom.us/j/94398416659 Halaqas (Discussion Circles) are offered weekly on Mondays at 8:00 pm in the Musalla. ...
The Ivy Muslims Conference (IMC) was conceptualized by Lisa Kinney-Bajwa and Omer Bajwa during their days at Cornell University.  The idea was to bring together Muslim students to engage and discuss their intellectual and spiritual lives.  Unfortunately, Cornell’s remote location proved...
Alhamdulilah, we’re able to resume modified Jummah Prayers in Dwight Chapel @ 1:00 pm! However, as per Yale’s COVID protocols, we are only allowed 80 attendees. Registration is REQUIRED: https://cglink.me/2dA/r1243658 Unfortunately, campus Jummah is currently only open to the Yale...
Ramadan 2021 According to the Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA), the first day of fasting will be Tuesday, April 13th and Eid al-Fitr will be Thursday, May 13th.   The ongoing global COVID pandemic presents us with unique challenges this Ramadan, and so here are the instructions for campus...
The “Umrah Fund” was established in 2012 with an extraordinary donation by Ahmed Khattak ’09.  The purpose is to fundraise to sponsor and offer Yale Muslim undergraduates the extraordinary opportunity to participate in the  ICNYU Umrah Trip.  Yale’s own “Director for Muslim Life,” Imam Omer Bajwa,...