Becoming a member – so whats the point?
Some people say that you don’t need to join ISoc at all, but it is important that you do. This is because ISoc can truly say that it represents Muslims on campus.
If you think that there are certain things you don’t agree with or areas that need attention or improvement, then don’t just keep it to yourself; get involved and try to actively have an influence. Some of the other advantages of being a member include:
- Be the first to know about our events and activities via our regular emails. Certain dinners and events have a maximum number of attendees, so it pays to know first.
- Importantly, you will be able to vote in or stand for the annual committee elections.
- Meet new Muslims friends from many different backgrounds – you can never have too many!
Where can I join
You can join the Islamic Society by clicking on this link: https://www.uclansu.co.uk/societies
Alternatively get in touch with any members of the ISoc and they will be happy to help you.
Join the Mailing List
If you really don’t want to be a member of the ISoc, then we still want you to attend and take part in our activities and events.
So you have the option of just adding your name to the mailing list to find out all the latest news from your ISoc. Send your name and email to email@example.com and we will add you on our mailing list.
If you are interested in getting involved with the ISoc and feel like you have something to offer then please do get in touch.
Some of the advantages of getting involved include:
- Gaining ajar (reward) from Allah Ta’aala by the bucket-load (insha’Allah).
- Allows you to develop and identify your key assets and talents.
- You will get many opportunities to manifest your ideas into something concrete.
- Getting involved encourages you to be creative.
- Teaches you time management, self-discipline, self-motivation and diplomacy.