El Centro de Muchos Colores

Free to all FLC students.

El Centro de Muchos Colores (The Center of Many Colors), better known as just “El Centro”, is a home-like, multi-use study hall type of center.

“El Centro” is the home of organizations and activities that serve the needs of Latino students and students who are interested in Spanish and Latin American culture. Information is available on scholarships, academic assistance, and graduate opportunities. Comfortable space to study and socialize, as well as a kitchen, is available. The Center hosts a growing collection of academic and cultural resources. Everyone is welcome. Opportunities are provided to practice Spanish.

The goals of “El Centro” are to provide the support needed to make school life more relevant, to increase enrollment and graduation of all minority students, and to broaden knowledge of Hispano heritage.

Lower Level, Student Union Building

Shirena Trujillo-Long, Coordinator
long_s@fortlewis.edu
970-247-7290
Hours: Monday - Friday: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Club meetings: Thursday, 5:00 - 6:00 pm

El Centro Website - English
El Centro Website - En Espanol

 

Native American Center

Free to all FLC students

The Native American Center Tutoring program provides academic assistance to Native students by Native tutors with a special emphasis on targeting incoming students and those who are completing remedial work in math and writing. The Center also offers:

  • Tutoring in a wide range of classes.
  • Mentoring provided for incoming freshman/transfer students
  • Academic workshops such as Time Management, Classroom Presentations, and Finding Scholarships.
  • Referral to other academic programs

The Native American Center’s mission is to promote the academic success and personal development of Native American students as well as advance cultural appreciation on the Fort Lewis College campus and within the Four Corners community.

The Native American Center provides a supportive environment to Native American students faced with the challenges of education within a multicultural society. The academic and personal development of Native American students is addressed through individual advising and counseling as well as group workshops.

Faculty members from various college departments hold office hours at the Native American Center to provide academic assistance to students. Computers are available to assist students in research or paper writing. Many Native American student clubs and organizations also convene at the Native American Center to host social, cultural, and academic events as well as their regular meetings. These student organizations serve to promote cultural appreciation within the Fort Lewis College community, as well as provide social support to the students.

The Native American Center is a gathering place where Native American students from all over can explore their own and other Native American cultures.

Lower Level, Student Union Building

Yvonne Bilinski (Navajo), Director, Native American Center
Myra Britton (Hispanic), Administrative Assistant
(970) 247-7221

Native American Center Web Site