M. Manshuruddin, Salma Rozana, Danny Abrianto


This paper aims to paint a picture of character education in modern Islamic boarding schools in Indonesia. More specifically, it pursues the way such a boarding university educates its students in a total life integrated in the campus. This system is in line with the decree No. 23/2017 launched by the Minister of Education and Culture of Republic of Indonesia aiming at promoting full-day school system that requires both teachers and students to be at schools in eight hours. Instead of this situation, Darussalam Islamic University has been promoting a system, boarding campus system, as a way to integrate both the teachers and students in one milieu. It educates the students to totally actively involved in every single activity in the campus.


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