Cultural programming at Lafayette is a rich tapestry of art exhibits, performances, special events and celebrations.
The Office of Intercultural Development celebrates national heritage months through lectures, performances, art exhibits, and special events that connect students with their personal history and traditions, as well as creating lasting bonds with their peers.
The International Students Association aims to contribute to the intellectual and social life at Lafayette by sharing diverse cultural traditions.
The Portlock Black Cultural Center primarily supports the educational and social experiences of students of African, Latino, Asian, and Native American descent as well as the LGBTQA population.
You are invited to join us! Check out our Facebook page for the latest event listings.
The Lafayette Intercultural Networking Council (LINC) was founded to educate the Lafayette community about diversity and social justice issues, to broaden cultural awareness and understanding, and to foster an inclusive environment that advocates for cultural sensitivity, mutual respect, and personal growth.