The LCC may be reserved for times outside regular office hours. Please do not assume that space is available at any time. Call and check or make a reservation. Please read the responsibilities that are included on the reservation form.
There is NO PARKING at the LCC. Street parking, garage parking, and parking at the Black Cultural Center is the closest parking. If you are visiting from out of town, contact the Visitor's Center for a parking pass at (765) 494-4636.
The LCC has wireless capabilities along with a six-station ITaP computer lab with a printer and a scanner.
The conference room is primarily used for group meetings. Please make sure to fill out a reservation form when using this room for any purpose.
Multipurpose Room: Parlor Area
The parlor area in the LCC may also be reserved and used as a space for meetings, lectures, receptions, etc. The lounge area includes satellite TV with up to 20 channels in Spanish, as well as a DVD and VCR player.
Storage space is available for members of the Latino Student Council and other LCC affiliates. Please contact the director for more information.
Conference Room Boxes
The LCC will have a mailbox in the conference room for each Latino Student Council member and all Embajadores. This is to provide better communication among each other as well as serve as a mailing location for your correspondence.
The kitchen is for LCC use only and is not open for reservation.
Volleyball Sand Court
The volleyball court is available for reservation. Please call (765) 494-2530 or fill out a reservation form.
Yard space is available for reservation.
The LCC is currently collecting books related to Latino cultures. They are available to check out. If there are any books you think the LCC should have for your reference, please let us know and we may be able to order them. Thanks to many faculty, staff, and alumni, we have a growing collection. If you would like to donate, please click on the book collection link above and you will find instructions. We thank you for your support.
The Latino Cultural Center listserv is primarily to build awareness of Latino issues and events in the area. We welcome submissions. We usually send out one condensed e-mail every two weeks during the school year. Please make sure you are on the listserv. To subscribe, go to https://lists.purdue.edu/mailman/listinfo/latinocc.