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The purpose of Latin American, Latino, & Caribbean House is to provide a residential and educational environment devoted to the exploration and expression of traditional and contemporary aspects of Latin American and Latinx intellectual, social, and cultural life.
The Latin American, Latino, & Caribbean (LALAC) House is sponsored and coordinated by the OPAL Assistant Dean and Advisor to Latinx Students in collaboration with Residential Education. The space is used for a diverse array of programs and events. The community facilitates communication and interaction among various sectors of the Latinx community, students, staff, and faculty from across campus. The facility provides an apartment for the LALAC House Fellow who interacts regularly with the residents.
The LALAC House is located at 38 North Main Street at the corner of Clement Road. View floor plans on the website of the Office of Residential Life.
If you would like to reserve the basement space for an event, please contact the Staff Advisor at least two weeks prior to your event to receive the event hosting process document.