The Latino Resource Center is a unit of the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management (SAEM) at NIU. Better known as the LRC by students and staff, the Latino Resource Center focuses on student-centered service by developing partnerships focused on student learning while establishing an inclusive community that builds collaborative relationships across campus and the surrounding community.
The LRC office shares its physical space with the Center for Latino and Latin American Studies (CLLAS) and both offices are housed in the Latino center building. The LRC also offers a computer lab, study/library area, student lounge and wireless Internet. You can find various students involved with different organizations holding meetings or visiting on a daily basis. The LRC is located directly across the street from Anderson Hall.
NIU is also the national headquarters of the Association for Black Culture Centers. The ABCC is the only national organization whose primary focuses are African American, Latino, Asian American and Native American Centers, as well as Multiculture centers and related offices.