Classes are administered utilizing an online software, which can be accessed from your desktop, laptop, tablet or phone. All you need is a headset with a microphone. The class is live and interactive. Students can ask the instructor questions through speaking or live chat.

Classes are recorded and students will have access to the recordings throughout the duration of the course. If a student has further questions, they can email the course instructor.


when will i understand the quran?

From as early as day one of class, students interact with the Quran. By the end of this program, students would have learned 120 of the most common Quranic vocabulary and essential grammar tools.

Students can build upon their knowledge from this summer course by enrolling in weekly classes after completion, which takes place during the fall and spring semesters. Student feedback has shown they are able to comprehend approximately 10% of the Quran by the end of level 1A and 1B, and know how to use a dictionary to unlock another 10%. By the end of Level 2, students start to analyze the Quran directly. As a student once said, "the words start to jump out of the page." Students who are consistent in their efforts will see a marked difference in their understanding of the Quran.

what DOES THIS fawakih course cost?

We understand the need to explore the Quran and its language in an affordable, structured, and comprehensive way. We pride ourselves in being competitively priced and one of the leaders of delivering Quranic Arabic education in the US.

This summer course will be offered at a special rate of $575 ($650 after 6/15). This includes the cost of materials and accessing all online resources.


Classes are held twice a week, Tuesdays & Thursdays evenings (see Course Details for specific class times). The program will last six weeks.

Outside of class time, it is recommended that students spend 20-30 minutes reviewing material each day. This could be reviewing vocabulary words on our Memrise Flashcard App, doing practice exercises, or taking a short quiz to test your knowledge of the concepts.

In just a few short months I noticed a difference in my reading and understanding of the Quran.
— Ibi, Washington DC Student