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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. However, these spaces are subject to change as the university continues to amend their COVID regulations.  

MSA has done its best during this difficult time to understand the available spaces on campus. Below there is a list of meditation areas as well as more information on Jummah on campus.

Deliver a Khutbah

If you would like to be a khateeb and deliver khutbahs, please fill out the form below!

Jummah on Campus

During Jummah prayer, our khateebs give a short khutbah.  If you have any topics that you would like to hear about, please do not hesitate to let us know below!

1st Jummah at the Ohio Union

12:40pm Interfaith Room, 3rd floor of the Ohio Union

approximately 30-45 minutes 

2nd Jummah at the Ohio Union

1:50 pm Interfaith Room, 3rd floor of the Ohio Union

approximately 30-45 minutes

Jummah on Medical Campus, Rhodes Hall

1:30pm Atrium/Sanctuary, 5th floor of Rhodes Hall

approximately 30-45 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 


Prior Hall

Meditation Room

On med campus, the Health Sciences library, Prior hall, has a relaxing meditation room fit with prayer rugs. Located on the 3rd floor, next to the group study rooms


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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Thompson Library 

Wellness Room

Located on the ground floor, room 057. This is a room dedicated for praying, as well as many other things. 


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.


Gerlach Hall

Meditation Room

Room 223D in Gerlach Hall offers students a prayer space. The key are with the graduate program office. 

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