The Muslim Student Association (MSA) is an official registered student organization that aims to help serve the academic and religious needs of Muslim students at Washington State University (WSU) in Pullman, Washington and also help educate those who are not Muslim using accurate information about Islam. Throughout the last 50 years of American history, university students have been the leaders in promoting peace, change, and understanding in the United States and the MSA hopes to help continue that tradition by doing our part to promote peace and mutual understanding amongst members of all religions.
The very diverse WSU Muslim student population includes undergraduates and graduate students from more than 40 different countries. The MSA hopes to provide the many Muslim students at WSU with the environment they need to continue following their Muslim faith and also continue achieving their educational goals.
The MSA provides a weekly on-campus Friday prayer for those who may not be able to make it to the local Pullman Mosque. We also host fun events for Muslims and non-Muslims, such as barbeques, volleyball games, and more. The MSA has also hosted numerous educational events including lectures and panels on various topics. The MSA hopes to continue providing these beneficial services and opportunities to the whole of the WSU community.
Co-chairs: Wedad Alsiyabi and Syed Tilal
Vice President: Reem Aljabr
Secretary: Aaisha Algheilani
Treasurer: Rabeka Ali
Communications Officer: Abdulmalik Aljabri
Advertising/Marketing Officers:Almuhanned Alnaabi and Ammar Alsarhani
Information Technology Director: Eileen Eddy
Advisor: Robert Eddy
Room #307 Compton Union Building (CUB), Washington State University
Masjid al-Farouq (Pullman Islamic Center)
1155 NE Stadium Way, Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: (509) 334-9424