Emphasizing student success, study abroad, and community-based research, the LLAS minor fuses the fields of Latino Studies and Latin American Studies, allowing students to develop a course of study based on their interests and needs. Our community partnership initiative and annual series of sponsored cultural events enhance the academic program to solidify and expand the relationship between CWU and the surrounding community, especially Washington State's booming Latino populations.
We have a variety of summer classes offered online! All of these can fulfill LLAS minor requirements and more.
El Centro office space is at the Diversity & Equity Center in Black Hall 101.
Contact the Director at firstname.lastname@example.org Dra. Christistina Torres García, MBA, PhD
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