Harvard Longwood Muslims
Harvard Longwood Muslims is a group of students, research fellows, faculty, and staff who are studying or working at the Longwood Medical campus of Harvard University and interested in Islam as well as the local Muslim community. Please refer to this site for information about their Jummah hours, prayer space, joining their email list and more.
Ascent Magazine is a biannual magazine produced by undergraduate and graduate Muslim students at Harvard University and the MIT. The publication strives to elevate the level of discourse on Islam at Harvard and MIT by facilitating an American Muslim voice.
Harvard Society of Arab Students
The Harvard Society of Arab Students, whose members include Arabs, Arab-Americans, and others interested in the Arab world, seeks to raise awareness at Harvard as well as Boston of cultural, social, and political issues related to the region.
Harvard College Interfaith Council
The purpose of the Interfaith Council is to unite all of the student religious organizations on campus in one unified coalition so as to facilitate interfaith dialogue, understanding of and exposure to different faiths, and networking for collaborative interfaith and service initiatives.
The Harvard South Asian Association
The Harvard South Asian Association exists to meet the political, cultural, academic, and social needs of students who express interest in the region of South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. South Asia includes but is not limited to the nations of Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, the Maldives, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.
Harvard African Students Association
The undergraduate Harvard African Students Association (HASA), founded in 1977, is an organization committed to nourishing cultural, intellectual, political and economic awareness about the African continent. HASA sponsors many events throughout the school year including the annual Harvard Africa Week.