Cultural Resource Centers
Make a place, find your space. College is about making connections—to people, ideas, and even places. We hope “our” spaces become “your” places of engagement.
The Cultural Resource Centers (CRCs) at DePauw University promote the University mission by sponsoring programs and events. The CRC professional staff support student-centered activities and outreach, such as weekly meetings, programs and events. We also work directly with faculty, staff, students and student organizations, providing financial and logistical support for cultural programming.
Cultural Resource Center: 509 S. Locust St. Open M-F, 10:00am-10:00pm during the academic year. Identity/affinity groups located here are: Association of African American Students (AAAS), International Student Center, Committee for Latino/a Concerns (CLC), the Queer Center, Asian-American Resource Center. This space also have meeting rooms for additional identity/affinity student organization. For information about the center, please email Alesha Bowman (Director of Multicultural Student Services) or Aliza Frame (Director of International Student Services).
Russell J. Compton Center for Peace and Justice: 500 E. Seminary St. Open M-F, 8:30am-4:30pm during the academic year. For information about the center, please email Christina Krouse.
Women’s Center: 306 Hanna Street. Open M-F, 10:00am-10:00pm during the academic year. For information about the center, please email Sarah Ryan (Director of the Women's Center).