Sohaib Nazeer Sultan is the first full-time Muslim Life Coordinator and Chaplain at Princeton University.
Sultan is a graduate of the Hartford Theological Seminary earning a Masters in Islamic Studies & Christian-Muslim Relations, and a Graduate Certificate in Islamic Chaplaincy. His research and academic interests are in Islamic spirituality and psychology, as well as the development of practical skills in religious leadership. Sultan’s master’s thesis was entitled Preaching with Purpose: Writing and Delivering Great Sermons.
Sultan is a well-known author and writer. His first book, “The Koran for Dummies,” part of the well-known for Dummies series was published by Wiley Publishing Inc. in 2004. Sultan published his second book with Skylight Paths Publishing, “The Qur’an and Sayings of Prophet Muhammad: Selection Annotated and Explained,” in 2007. He is also the author of several published articles and continues to write for various publications.
Sultan is also a public lecturer on Islam, Muslim Cultures, and Muslim-Western Relations. He has traveled all around the U.S., the Middle East, and Europe to promote mutual respect and understanding.
Currently, Sultan lives in Hamilton, New Jersey with his wife, who is also a very active part of Muslim life on campus.
At Princeton University, Sultan is available throughout the academic year as a resource for students seeking faith-based counseling or advice. He also welcomes questions and conversations about Islam and Muslim practices.
Sultan’s office is located on the 2nd floor of Murray-Dodge Hall. To make an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609.258.3042.