Welcome to the Islamic Center of Tucson
The Islamic Center of Tucson (ICT) is located in Tucson AZ, situated near the world renowned University of Arizona, and serves as both a prayer space and a community center catering to all Muslims of Southern Arizona and the larger Southern Arizona community as a whole.
Our community is as diverse as the United States itself, with individuals from all continents and all walks of life. Although the history of our community traces its roots back to university students that attended the University of Arizona in the 1960’s, it has grown to encompass thousands of community members from converts to multi-generational families to young upstarts and more. Our center is open every day of the year and serves as a place of worship, a place of gathering, a hub for community events, interfaith dialogue, and a cultural resource, yet is still faithful to its roots, the students of the University of Arizona.
Our center welcomes visitors of all faiths and is open to anyone who wants to learn about our religion and our ever-growing community. Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon Him) instructed us clearly, “Let anyone who believes in God and the Last Day be generous to his neighbor, and let anyone who believes in God and the Last Day be generous to his guest.”
Our community is also dedicated to the larger community of Tucson and Southern Arizona and we are more than willing and happy to arrange a visit for anyone who wants to stop by the Islamic Center of Tucson and learn about us.
Our Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is elected by the General Assembly every three years to serve the community. It is the governing body of the organization with the responsibility of safeguarding the trust consisting of all tangible and intangible assets.
In addition, the Board is responsible for establishing broad principles and policies for the operation of various units. Please review the Constitution of the Islamic Center of Tucson to see the role and responsibilities of the Board of Directors.
Our Shura Council
The Shura Council of the Islamic Center of Tucson is the advisory and mediating council. The Shura Council is made up from elders from our community who have seen its growth and development over the years. Please review the Constitution of the Islamic Center of Tucson to see the role and responsibilities of the Shura Council.
Dr. Mohammad Sikder
The Islamic Center of Tucson, Arizona (ICT) has an opening for Imam-Director. Click below for more information for position description and how to apply.