1SistersUnityHouseIn July 2011, Cambridge Muslim College moved to its new home and permanent headquarters, Unity House, at 14 St. Paul’s Road, in central Cambridge.  The Victorian building, built in 1847, has a large front office and two teaching  rooms on the ground floor, a refectory and a commercial kitchen where a hot lunch is prepared each day. The first floor houses the library, the prayer room, a meeting room and offices of the Dean, the Academic Director, and the Operations Director. There are separate common rooms for male and female students.

The adjoining buildings – a row of former almshouses – are used as offices for the lecturers and Student Mentor & Chaplain. Behind these is a paved area with a picnic table and garden area that can be used by staff and students.