• About

    In 2009, Zaytuna College was founded in Berkeley, California, with a mission that called for grounding students in the Islamic scholarly tradition as well as in the cultural currents and critical ideas shaping modern society.

  • Academics

    As a Muslim liberal arts college in the West, Zaytuna offers a curriculum that provides its students with a foundation in the intellectual heritage of two major world civilizations: the Islamic and the Western.

  • Admissions & Aid

    Our mission is to educate students to become morally, intellectually, and spiritually accomplished individuals ready to contribute to our contemporary world in ways that are proportionate to their gifts and to the needs of human society.

  • Campus Life

    Zaytuna’s campus is on Holy Hill and students enter the College as part of a cohort, a community of learners that travel together through the curriculum.

Online Learning


Learn Online with Zaytuna College

Courses from the Zaytuna College Curriculum

About Our Courses

We are pleased to report that soon, in sha Allah, you will have the Zaytuna curriculum at your fingertips, with an online library of high-quality courses for you to access at your convenience. We have completed filming Constitutional Law and Introduction to Logic, and we plan to film several more in the coming weeks — including a journey through Mawlana Rumi’s Masnavi, uncovering wisdom and subtle lessons you can apply to your life.

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A Message from Our President

Filmed in Zaytuna’s new on-campus studio, President Hamza Yusuf introduces the College’s new online learning initiative with an overview of the objectives and preview of forthcoming courses.

State of the Heart Learning

On the eve of our new studio classroom’s launch, join Haroon Sellars for a look back at learning technology at Zaytuna through the ages, and how it has helped us reach our community far and wide. The studio was generously endowed by the Saleh family, in honor of the late Medhat Toufic Saleh.

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