About The Latino Cultural Center (LCC)

¡Todos Son Bienvenidos! "All are welcome!" is the guiding philosophy of the Latino Cultural Center. The LCC was established in 2003 as a place to gather, learn, share, and support Latino cultures. The LCC seeks to enhance diversity through education and programming but also acts as a home away from home among Latinos/as at Purdue. The LCC serves as an educational and cultural foundation for all students, faculty, and staff members.

Events for students

Vivian Gracia

A sophmore in the College of Science. She is double majoring in Pre-medicine and Pre-Optometry with a minor in linguistics and spanish. She is from Los Fresnos, Texas. 

Vivian wants to help people and help them learn about their own health and health risks. Death and diseases inspired her to follow through medicine as a career. Vivian is also part of Phi Beta Chi Sorority, American Medical Student Association, and Latino Student Union. Vivian served as Vice President of LSU in 13-14 and Public Relations Chair in 14-15. She considers the LCC a home away from home.

Purdue University Latino Cultural Center, 600 N. Russell, West Lafayette, IN 47906, (765) 494-2530

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