About PRLACC
PUERTO RICAN / LATIN AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER

The Puerto Rican/Latin American Cultural Center’s mission is to improve the status of Latinx students and to promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the richness and diversity of Latinx individuals and Latin American cultures. PRLACC works independently and collaboratively with other University departments and community organizations to sponsor educational and cultural programs, provide services and leadership opportunities, foster connections, and educate the greater University community about Latinx issues. Our services and programs seek to enhance and support student, faculty, and staff recruitment and retention, as well as enrich the multicultural climate of our community.

Join Community Outreach!👥 In this event, Sunil Join Community Outreach!👥
In this event, Sunil D’Chuna of the Charter Oak Health Center will be discussing the prevalence of racial injustices in the healthcare field today that were subsequently uncovered by the Covid-19 pandemic.
They’re inviting all members of the UConn community to attend. Staff and students can RSVP with the link in our Linktree!

The livestream link will be available 48 hours prior to the event!

Join Community Outreach!👥
In this event, Sunil D’Chuna of the Charter Oak Health Center will be discussing the prevalence of racial injustices in the healthcare field today that were subsequently uncovered by the Covid-19 pandemic.
They’re inviting all members of the UConn community to attend. Staff and students can RSVP with the link in our Linktree!

The livestream link will be available 48 hours prior to the event!
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Meet the Researcher: Chelsea Garcia

Chelsea Garcia ’20, Nutritional Sciences

One of our Huskies, Chelsea Garcia ’20, featured on UConn Today

PRLACC Homecoming Performance ’20

9/25/19 Community Healing Through Music Tabling by Maggie Chafouleas

Members of the PRLACC and LAU fraternity table on community healing through music on Fairfield Way, September 25th. Passerby were encouraged to stop by and write a song on a music note to be added to their billboard.

Upcoming Events

  1. Oct 21 Two-Way Street: The Reciprocal Relationship Between Community Engagement & Research (Research Connections)4:00pm
  2. Oct 30 Spooky Night Social6:00pm
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