As previously announced, Portlock Black Cultural Center will move from the corner of 101 McCartney Street to 41 McCartney Street. The Lafayette community will be able to use the center during its transition. Here are a few related things to note for the fall semester:

  • PBCC will be offline the first two weeks of the semester.
  • Students and community partners will be able to reserve space for programs and social gatherings through
  • During this academic year, nobody will be living in PBCC.
  • Students will have access to the space from 8 a.m.-midnight starting Oct. 13.
  • PBCC will go offline after Thanksgiving break.

If you have any comments or questions, contact Robert Young ’14, director of intercultural development.

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