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17 Apr Should I Let My Child Live In University Dormitory? | Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim | Faith IQ



When our children move on to the next big step of their lives – university, they might want to move out into a dorm. Naturally, as parents we would worry about the kind of environment that they might be in. How should parents go about this issue?

It’s important to know three things. First, sometimes living on campus is a very safe environment. Second, sometimes living off-campus in a rented house with other Muslim students is better. Third, consider that if you are attending university with a low Muslim student population, perhaps you might look at another institution that will give you the same quality of education but with a better environment.

Shaykh Yahya Ibrahim advises.

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  • Hatem Elsharidy
    Posted at 14:10h, 17 April

    If your child wants this, it's already too late lol.

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