Afrikan Heritage House

A family atmosphere exists among the residents and everyone in Afrikan Heritage House makes an effort to extend that camaraderie to all students on campus. This L-shaped, modern brick building overlooking South Bowl is the center of activity for students who want to heighten their understanding of African, African-American and Afrikan-Caribbean culture, traditions, and issues. AHH works closely with the African-American Studies department to coordinate events and programming. Activities typically include soul sessions, art shows, poetry nights, the Kuumba festival, and numerous cultural programs and celebrations.

Read more at the Residential Housing website and the Afrikan Heritage House website.