Muslim Chaplaincy at the University of Windsor is a counselling and educational service providing faith-based support to members of the campus community. The Muslim Chaplaincy provides accessible counselling services that complement existing mental health services at the university, while also working to promote collaborative educational and interfaith initiatives that further dialogue and understanding about faith and mental wellness.
The Muslim Chaplaincy serves as a resource to offer support in times of personal loss or crisis, answer faith-related questions, and help navigate spiritual, social, and emotional challenges.
To book a confidential counselling session with our chaplain, Imam Yousef Wahb, please visit calendly.com/muslimchaplaincy.
- Provide counselling and spiritual care for members of the campus community
- Offer opportunities for faith development and learning through educational events and spiritual gatherings
- Refer individuals in need to mental health resources on campus when necessary
- Foster dialogue and cooperative efforts with other faiths
- Answer questions relating to Muslim practices and beliefs
- Give weekly sermons at Friday prayers (jumuah) on campus
The mission of the Muslim Chaplaincy is to support and enrich the mental and spiritual wellness of students, faculty, and staff at the University of Windsor, based on the following guiding principles:
- Inclusivity: We are committed to offering spiritual care to all members of the campus community regardless of background and faith, and will do so without proselytizing or imposing any religious beliefs.
- Empathy: We provide spiritual care in a non-judgmental setting built on compassion, mercy, and understanding.
- Community: On our diverse campus, we are dedicated to nurturing community wellness, as well as fostering dialogue with other faiths.
The University of Windsor Student Counselling Centre