The primary goal of the Muslim Students Association is to serve the needs of the Princeton Muslim community. The MSA shall strive to establish and maintain the Friday (Juma'a) prayers throughout the year, prayers and celebrations for both Eids, and iftaar (fast-break) meals during Ramadan. Additionally, the MSA shall make sure that there is a space on campus available for Muslim students to pray their daily prayers. Finally, the MSA shall do its best to increase unity within the Muslim community on campus through social events like study breaks, discussions, and dinners.
The secondary goal of the MSA is to serve the campus community. The MSA shall strive to enrich the diversity of campus life by educating our peers about the religion of Islam through lectures, events, dialogues, and similar events. Additionally, the MSA shall strive to create and participate in interfaith events that promote understanding and tolerance of the diverse religious traditions on campus.