Afrikan Heritage House (Lord-Saunders)
126 Forest St.
The largest program house on south campus is Lord-Saunders, also known as the Afrikan Heritage House. Approximately 80 students live in Lord-Saunders creating a family atmosphere that extends beyond the house and into the larger campus community. This modern building overlooking South Bowl is the center of activity for students who want to heighten their understanding of cultures, traditions, and issues among African, African American, and Afrikan Caribbean societies. Lord-Saunders is a designated safe space for residents and students of the African Diaspora.
(Below Image: Lord-Saunders Lounge)
(Below Image: View from South Bowl - Northeast side of building)
(Below Image: View from Forest Street - South facing side of building)
House Support and Resources: Lord-Saunders houses the aptly named Lord-Saunders Dining Hall where house residents have a reserved table at each dinner. The house has one faculty in residence and works closely with the Africana studies department. Afrikan Heritage House also works closely with the Multicultural Resource Center, the Multicultural Visit Program, and related student organizations.
Programming: Common programming opportunities include Soul Sessions, art shows, poetry nights, controversial topic discussions, and the Kuumba Festival.
House Requirements and Application: Those wanting to live in Lord-Saunders should fill out an application.
(Above Image: Typical double occupancy bedroom)
Those wanting to make common space room reservation in Afrikan Heritage Hous/Lord-Saunders should contact the Program House Area Coordinator.