Latino Living Center

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The Latino Living Center, a residential program house, provides students from many cultural backgrounds a safe and supportive environment where Latina/o cultures and worldviews are valued.  Founded in 1994, LLC is located on north campus in Anna Comstock Hall across from Risley Residential College and a short walk from Robert Purcell Community Center. 

Latino Living Center's 55 residents represent a wide variety of heritages and backgrounds, but all share a common interest in Latino/a culture, history and current events. Their appreciation for the values of Latina/o heritage includes respect for individuals, dedication to education, commitment to community and the importance of family.

LLC truly is more than just a place to live. It quickly becomes a home, with all the comforts provided by a strong, familial environment. That is the Latino way!

The Café con Leche discussion series, community dinners, Latino Heritage month events and more are traditional LLC events. In addition, dances, movie nights, faculty dinners and various celebrations, including the Bienvenidos BBQ, Dia de los Muertos and Day Hall Takeover commemoration are scattered throughout the year.

Café con Leche Series

The Latino Living Center's Café con Leche series allows students, student organizations, programs and departments to present a topic and engage in conversation and dialogues with members of the Cornell community. The topics of Café con Leches range from issues affecting Latinos and other racial, ethnic and cultural communities in topics ranging from policy, media, education, identity, health and more. 


Cafe con Leche flyer

Latinx at Cornell, Sept. 4
Please register through Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r770476

Virtual Bienvenidos Fiesta, Sept. 11
Please register via this Campus Groups link http://cglink.me/r770129

Grad and Professional School 101, Sept. 18
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r770505

Anti-Blackness Within Non-Black Communities of Color, Sept. 25
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r811370

Food Insecurity: Local Ways to Advocate, Oct. 2
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r777632

The World is not OK: Caring for yourself & one another, Oct. 9
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r790483

Migrant Citinzenship, Oct. 16
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r862804

Covid-19 The LatinX Community, Oct. 23
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r860310

Latin American Music + Dances, Oct. 30

What Does it Take to Be Sexually Literate, Nov. 6
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r864139

From Plants to Home Remedies, Nov. 13
Please register in Campus Groups: http://cglink.me/r850100

Day Hall Take over, Nov.30