Paul Robeson Cultural Center
The Paul Robeson Cultural Center provides programs and support services to encourage and cultivate the appreciation and celebration of the diverse perspectives, experiences, and cultures of many under-represented communities at Penn State.
The Paul Robeson Cultural Center (PRCC) is a space open to all Penn Staters to find community, support, develop leadership skills, and learn about diversity and social justice. It's open Monday through Friday. We encourage students to stop in anytime the center is open to interact with peers and center staff.
We regularly host activities, such as Fun Friday (food, music, etc.), discussion groups, game tournaments (connect four, chess, spades, etc.), movie days, and more. The PRCC also sponsors BLUEprint peer mentoring organization. BLUEprint promotes, academic, social, cultural enrichment thru peer to peer mentoring. We encourage students to attend our programs and events, including speakers and open forums.
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