Muslim Prayer Rooms
Male and female rooms for Prayers are located in the City Faith Centre in the Tait Building.
Please see below for the latest details regarding Prayer times. Prayer timetables will be displayed as they become available throughout the year.
Prayer timetables will be posted here as they become available throughout the academic year.
Jummah Prayers in the Great Hall
During term time and outside of exam periods the Great Hall, in the College Building, is the only place on the University premises where Jummah Prayers take place.
During vacation periods or when exams are in progress the Prayer Rooms in the Tait Building are available for use for Jummah Prayers, as is the Tompion Community Centre on Percival Street.
Students and staff are not permitted to use teaching rooms, corridors stairwells or any other areas of the University for Jummah Prayers.
Leading Friday Prayer in the Great Hall
Jummah Prayer in the Great Hall is led by current students or staff at City. If you wish to lead the prayer please print and complete the application form below and hand in to Sheikh Musa Admani, the University Imam, at the City Faith Centre in the Tait Building.
Jummah Prayers in Tompion Community Centre
Outside the term time or during exam periods, students and staff can use Tompion Community Centre on Percival Street for Jummah Prayers. This is a 5 minute walk from the University campus on Northampton Square.
Wudhu facilities for males and females are available in the Muslim Prayer Rooms in the City Faith Centre in the Tait Building.
There are two separate Wudhu facilities for men and women on the third floor of College Building, near to room A305. Please use these for Wudhu, and not other toilets around the campus.
When Jummah Prayers take place in the Great Hall, College Building, Wudhu facilities are available for males and females at the back of the Great Hall. These can be used on Friday’s only.
The main City food outlets in Northampton Square serves Halal food which is labelled "Halal" or "Halal food" so it can be clearly identified.