Islamic religious differences among students create a condescending attitude and self-righteousness. Islamic scholars have compiled the concept of wasathiyyah or religious moderation as the solution. Islamic universities should instill an attitude of moderation in their students through lecturers. This research aims to describe student perceptions of the lecturer’s religious moderation attitude in learning at UIN Raden Mas Said Surakarta. The method used quantitative and descriptive studies as research approaches. The data were collected through questionnaires and unstructured interviews. The result showed that student perceptions of lectures’ religious moderation in learning at UIN Raden Mass Said Surakarta were low with a percentage of 48% from a combination of four indicators, namely national commitment (43,4% high criteria), tolerance (50% high criteria), non-violence (40% very high), and acceptance of tradition (60% very high criteria).
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