As inheritors of a tradition of hope, we believe that the world will—as it did for centuries—once again know Muslims as a source of beneficial knowledge and service for all of humanity. We’re committed to educating tomorrow’s leaders, but also to contributing to the commonweal today through public scholarship and education. Your gift of knowledge helps our students—unburdened by debt and empowered by the study of the Islamic and the Western intellectual traditions—begin to transform the world, God-willing.
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Our Advancement team is dedicated to working with you to answer any questions you may have related to your philanthropic goals and the many ways you can make a difference at Zaytuna College.
What Our Graduates Say
“As a pre-med student at Zaytuna, I discovered Islam’s integrated conception of the human being. I learned the human was at once body and soul, a physical and spiritual being. Now, I hope to study allopathic medicine and understand its immense benefits through the integrated framework of Islam.”
Nida Ahmed, Student at UT Southwestern Medical Center
“The logical rigor and clarity of expression demanded by Zaytuna College inspired me to pursue further training in philosophy and religion. The inspiring lectures, class discussions, and conversations with Zaytuna’s esteemed faculty continue to guide my intellectual aspirations.”
Sohabe Mojaddidy, Graduate studies in philosophy, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
“Zaytuna College taught me how to probe the meanings of words and sentences to discover their root logic. I carried these foundational principles with me to law school, where we closely read case law and track the evolution of specific legal ideas.”
Reema Lateef, Attorney