The Latinx Cultural Center (LCC) at Utah State University serves as a conduit for service, engagement, advocacy, and visibility for the Latinx community on campus and in the Cache Valley and surrounding areas. The LCC is committed to empowering all who recognize a vested interest in the Latinx community by focusing on the pillars of academic, educational, personal, and professional growth. The LCC also serves as a communal space on campus for programs and groups that work to mentor and showcase the academic and individual potential of USU students who identify as Latinx or are interested in Latinx culture. Such programs include LASER at USU, Latinos in Action (LIA) chapter, and much more. In addition, the LCC is devoted to educating the campus and the public on issues that affect the Latinx community and is committed to the cause of diversity and representation in higher education.
The center provides five computer stations (PC and Mac) for student use, as well as printing access for school-related work.
Using the Computers: Always save your work on a flash drive or Box. We are not responsible if your work gets deleted.
Printing: Students can print for free.
The center provides a fully-stocked snack bar and hot drink station, as well as a microwave and mini fridge for food from home. We also provide any disposable cups, plasticware, and napkins you may need.