The Cultural Centers at the University of Connecticut serve as vital resources in support of the social, behavioral, and cultural needs of students. They also provide an important resource to the broader UCONN community as a central point of reference for issues and historical context related to the particular demographic group represented by the center. The Cultural Centers also work collaboratively to bring light to issues that face the community of underrepresented populations at UCONN.
The AACC is provides programs, activities, and resources to give students an appreciation and understanding of the heritage and cultural experiences of African Americans and people of African descent in the United States and throughout the world.
AsACC provides resources and programming to enhance the University’s diversity commitment through its recruitment and retention efforts, teaching, service, and outreach to the Asian American community on campus and beyond.
PRLACC works to sponsor educational and cultural programs, provide services and leadership opportunities, foster connections, and educate the greater University community about Latinx issues.
The Rainbow Center serves the University’s diverse community of gender identities, expressions, and romantic and sexual orientations by providing resources, services, education, training and advocacy.
The Women’s Center provides education, advocacy, and support services for the achievement of women’s equity at the University and larger community.
Native American Cultural Programs strives to increase awareness of Native American culture and issues at UConn.