Islamic

WELCOME!

 

Asalamu'aleikum! Whether you're a returning student or you've just joined us at Loughborough, the Islamic Society is here to support you through your Lboro experience! We provide a close-knit community and a source of contact for muslims on campus. With events going on throughout the year, you'll never be bored!

 

WHAT DO WE DO?

  • The Islamic society aims to provide ‘A home away from home’ environment and community for all muslims and non-muslims who wish to be involved.

  • We provide Ramadan and Eid provisions every year to make sure that no muslim misses out on celebrations and to create a stronger community within Loughborough.

  • We do charity events each year. Last year we helped raise £10,000+ in various charity projects.

  • We organise regular sports events for both brothers and sisters and weekly socials - so make sure to keep up with our social media!

  • Each year we have a formal Annual Isoc Dinner, the biggest Isoc event of the year!

 

WHY BECOME A MEMBER

  • Membership means free access to all speaker events where tickets are required.

  • 50% off annual dinner ticket

  • Priority on all events!

  • The more memberships we have, the more events we can put on!

  • Additional discounts throughout the year.

  • Free Islamic classes including Seerah101, Sisters Tajweed and Science and principles of the Quran.

 

OUR 2021 AWARDS

LSU Best in section for Culture and Faith

LSU 2nd Best Overall Society

LSU Media and Marketing award

LSU Volunteering and Fundraising award

LSU Highly Commended most Outstanding Event

FOSIS Best Campaign of the year

 

 

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

All our social media is linked below! We check and answer questions on our social media daily so please do not hesitate to ask questions you may have or to provide feedback whether positive or where we can improve!

Visit lboro.isoc.link for all the information you need !

Facebook: lboroisoc

Instagram: lboroisoc

Email: lboro@isoc.link

 

The Prayer room is located in the Edward Herbert Building (EHB), upstairs in the Centre for faith and spirituality. Wudhu areas for both men and women are available.

Jummuah prayer is also organised in the Edward Herbert Building (EHB) Prayer room each week.