Welcome to the Latinx Community Resource Center!

The Latinx Community Resource Center (LCRC), the oldest of CSUF’s ethnic centers, was established in 1972 to develop the University Library’s collection on Mexico and the Southwest. Since it's founding it has been known by many names: Mexico & Southwest Collection Center (1970's), Chicano Resource Center in the (1980's-1990's), Chicana and Chicano Resource Center (2000's-2010's), and as of May 2020, as the Latinx Community Resource Center. The LCRC programming supports the recruitment, retention, and advancement of Latinx students at Cal State Fullerton.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Latinx Community Resource Center (LCRC) is to create an inclusive environment for students to engage in history, culture, and equity issues in the Latinx community. We foster a sense of belonging while supporting the intellectual, personal, and social development of our students.

Who We Are

The LCRC serves as a home away from home. We provide a welcoming space to study, relax and build community. The space serves as a place to connect with fellow students, student organizations, staff, faculty, and resources on campus.

Connect With Us!

Open Mondays - Fridays, 8a - 5p
Location: Pollak Library South 180, Room 184
Phone: (657) 278-2537
Email: lcrc@fullerton.edu  

Social Media: Instagram   

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Last Published 7/28/23

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