We’ll let our students do the talking. Check out these articles written by Dream graduates:

Waking up to reality Read more…

“Every part of my life has changed, from my eating and sleeping habits to the amount of Qur’an I can read and understand in a day. My forms of entertainment, value for time, respect and understanding of the miraculous nature of the Qur’an, and knowledge of my role in the Muslim community have been irrevocably and positively impacted.”

– Midhat Patel, 2014 graduate

Thinking about doing Dream 2013?  Read more…

“I would suggest that you do not come into the program completely fresh to Arabic, since the program is pretty fast-paced and you don’t want this to be your first ever exposure to the Arabic language…”

-Meena Malik, 2012 graduate (3 months into the program)

Living the Bayyinah Dream  Read more…

“What’s impossible to capture in an essay is the love that we found at Dream. We didn’t have a campus, we had a home. We weren’t classmates, we were brothers and sisters….”

-Fuseina Mohamad, 2012 graduate

Bayyinah Dream – So How Was It?  Read more…

“A few years back, I developed a desire to some how understand the meaning of the Qur’an. I developed an intense yearning to leave off everything for some time to go study Arabic…”

-Nihal Khan, 2011 graduate