CRC Mission Statement
The Mission of the Chicana/o Resource Center (CRC) at California State University, Fullerton is to provide a learning environment for students, faculty, staff and the broader community that is inclusive and fosters the history, education, and culture of Chicanas/os and Latinos.
Summer Hours 2017: We will open Monday-Thursday | July 3- July 31 | 10am-2pm
For questions or support outside of these hours, you can contact the CRC Coordinator, denice Vélez, email@example.com or call 657-278-8425
Social Justice | Education | Empowerment | Cultural Identity | Community
Home Away from Home
The CRC has computers, printer, microwave, refrigerator, couches, and study space. This provides a welcoming space to study, relax and enjoy friends.
The CRC provides a space to learn and grow by providing various programs that address the unique experiences and social conditions of Latinx students.
To find out more about the programs, check out the Programs Page.
The CRC serves as a place to connect with others students, student organizations, staff, faculty and resources on campus. If you don't know where to go or who to contact, this is the place to start. You can set up an appointment with the CRC coordinator, denice Vélez at firstname.lastname@example.org