Mosques, Islamic Organizations & and other interesting places in Cincinnati

The Clifton Mosque (also know as the Islamic Assocation of Cincinnati) is just ten minutes across town from campus.  Easily accessible by bus, this international community welcomes students to jummah, Iftars, and other events (sometimes you can even catch a pick-up soccer game with the Imam.)

3668 Clifton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45220
Phone: (513) 221-4003

Directions for Driving and for Public Transportation

Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (also known as the West Chester Mosque) is a large mosque thirty minutes north of campus in the suburbs of Cincinnati.  ICGC is a thriving community that offers religious, educational and cultural programming for Muslims throughout the area.

8092 Plantation Dr.
West Chester, OH 45069
Phone: (513) 755-3280

Directions for Driving

Project Downtown is a local effort to practice the compassion in Islam by feeding the hungry.  Get a feel for the project here, check our their website for details here, and serve on Sundays at 12:30 pm at the Clifton Mosque.

The Cincinnati Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations provides education and advocacy for the Muslim community.  They are excellent resource and often hold workshops of interest to students.  They can even be a resource for immigration.
10999 Reed Hartman Hwy # 222
Blue Ash, OH 45242-8301
Phone: (513) 281-8200

Halal Market and Laziz Grill and Bakery are the place to go for great halal food. Run by brothers, the market and the restaurant are next door to each other.  It is a great place to shop and the restaurant is delicious (and open late durign Ramadan).  An easy stop to make if you are going to ICGC. Al-Madina is also full halal, just a a couple of miles from campus. Zabihah.com can help you locate other resources for eating halal in Cincinnati.