Update 2/16/18

The Center for Muslim Life, is pleased to announce a residential program which provides housing for up to 8 students at 6110 S Dorchester AvenueThe fully furnished and air-conditioned house has 8 rooms, 4 bathrooms, dedicated prayer room, kitchen, full size washer/dryer, backyard BBQ deck, and secured entry with keyless doors. Onsite garage parking available for up to 3 cars (additional charge). Tailored to University of Chicago / MSA affiliates, the rent per person is $675 per month and the lease contract is for the school year (10 months September 1 – June 30 – no more worrying about summer subletting!). Rent includes all utilities and Comcast GIG speed internet.  It is about a block from the new Woodlawn dorms and shuttle route, a stones throw from CTS and a five minute walk to Metra.  Daily and weekly leases available over summer starting July 1, 2018 for visiting students, hospital families, scholars, professors or other University of Chicago affiliated.

The CML is a program of Sirat Chicago, serving the community on and off campus.

Apply online at:
https://siratcml.tenantcloud.com/listing/164689

All individuals interested, please contact Zargham Shah @ 704-724-3107. 

 

The Muslim HouseCML logo (1).png

WE ARE CURRENTLY LOOKING FOR A SUITABLE PROPERTY ON OR CLOSE TO CAMPUS.

The Muslim house is a campus focused community building and networking opportunity for Muslim students, young professionals and those dedicated to teaching, volunteerism and service. The Center for Muslim life will offer a unique opportunity in a residential setting, where young Muslims can exchange experiences and live in conscious community, while also connecting to the broader community of Muslim residents in the area.

The residential program will create strong bonds of fellowship among participants and local families which will inshaAllah be carried forward long after the program ends. By connecting the talent and energy of University students with the everyday lives of growing families in the area, the residential program contributes to a robust inter-generational community experience.

 

Community Space for Prayer, Gathering & Learning

Sirat is currently looking for off campus prayer and gathering space that will support the needs of our diverse community, while building bonds between us. This space is designed to increase the visibility of Muslim institutions while simultaneously anchoring Muslim life in the area. We intend to establish a space from which we can develop comprehensive services, increase Islamic literacy by connecting to the talent and  human resources at the University while joining in fellowship and remembrance of Allah through prayer and service. We feel this vital piece of infrastructure will enhance both campus and community life in general.

Share This