Praying on Campus

Here at The Ohio State University, there are plenty of campus prayer spaces. We are closely working with university representatives to better provide for the muslim student and faculty at OSU 

Below is a list of dedicated meditation areas as well as more information on Jumma on campus

Jumma on Campus

1st Jummah at the Ohio Union

12:30pm Interfaith Room, 3rd floor of the Ohio Union

approximately 30-45 minutes 

2nd Jummah at the Ohio Union

2:15pm Interfaith Room, 3rd floor of the Ohio Union

approximately 30-45 minutes

Medical Center Jummah

1:30pm Rhodes Hall Atrium on 5th floor, medical campus

approximately 45-50 minutes

Prayer Spaces


The Ohio Union

Interfaith Room

Located on the 3rd floor, this room is often used for Jummah and MSA events 


Knowlton Hall 

Meditation Area

Room KN178 is a dedicated meditation space that can be used for prayer space

Medical Center

Med center

5th floor of Rhodes Hall in the atrium 


The Ohio Union

Meditation Room

Located on the 3rd floor, there are two small rooms on each side of the Interfaith room. with one side for men and one for women, along with dedicated wudu areas, these rooms are perfect for a small, quiet space to pray.

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Arps Hall

Quiet Room



18th Ave. Library

Wellness Room

Downstairs in the basement, all the way in the corner to the right side of the bathrooms, there is a large dedicated meditation space that can be used for prayer.

Muslim Students' Association

at The Ohio State University

Keith B. Key Center for Student Leadership and Service, Room 3086D

The Ohio Union

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