Take Your Learning Beyond the Classroom
There are opportunities for students minoring in Islamic Studies to get involved with students and faculty who have similar interests and extend your learning outside the classroom. Not only are these unique opportunities to meet new people and take on a leadership role, but they also provide you with a chance to enhance your resume with meaningful experiences and involvement.
Student Organizations related to Islamic Studies
- Muslim Students Association - provides a space for Muslim students to find a community on campus and to convene and aims to educate about Islam through seminars and lectures, host community bonding events, celebrate our various cultures, and host discussions to get to know each other and spark discourse.
- Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society - encourages excellence in the social sciences and enriches the learning experience through lectures, publications, and scholarships.
- Phi Alpha Delta - the largest pre-law fraternity in the country. One in every five attorneys in the United States is a member of Phi Alpha Delta and more than 4,000 new members are initiated every year. With a total of more than 450,000 members who share a common interest in the law you could quickly become part of a vast alumni network (including current and former supreme court justices and former presidents).