A community of opportunity

Black Student Resource Center event
Black Student Resource Center event

Get active in creating an enriched Black experience in our FLC community. Take part in planning campus events that celebrate the value of Black American voices and raise awareness of the challenges that BIPOC face in our society today.

We promote scholarship, foster leadership, and cultivate community for students through the committed, collaborative effort and support of faculty, staff, and the Durango community.

You can use the space as a comfortable place to study, get tutoring, and connect with friends.

The BSRC is a hub for the community and working space of the Black Student Union. 

Location & Office Hours

We are relocating this fall to Reed Library 82 next to the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center. 

The BSRC is open from 9 a.m. -5 p.m., Monday through Friday.


The BSRC hosts events like Black Movie Nights, cultural appropriation workshops, inviting poets such as Frequency, and deepening roots through food programming.

Join us every Wednesday night starting in August for Black Movie Night in Reed Library 82 next to the "G."

History of BSRC

The Black Student Resource Center (BSRC) was founded in 2019 by members of the Black Student Union. The BSRC is a campus community center serving everyone at Fort Lewis College while emphasizing the Black experience.

Check our socials for updates on the BSU!

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.