Hello Carolina students! On behalf of the Carolina Latina/o Collaborative, we welcome all May and December graduates who have worked to support and promote Latina/o communities and invite you all to participate in this end-of-the-year reception honoring your success at Carolina. Your hard work and dedication in promoting and working with the Latina/o community has […]...
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Los Pleneros de la 21 Thursday, April 3 at 7pm Free Community Workshop Kenan Music Building, Room 1201 125 South Columbia Street University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Call 919-962-9001 or email stonecenter@unc.edu for workshop information or to RSVP. RSVP is encouraged. Space is limited...
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The Carolina Latina/o Collaborative (CLC) held a health fair for this year’s Celebrating Latina/o Culture Day (CLC Day) on February 8, 2014 at the Hargraves Community Center in Chapel Hill. The event drew almost 200 attendees from the Carrboro/Chapel Hill area. The CLC serves as a hub for Latina/o activism, support, and awareness on UNC’s […]...
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Apply to be a peer mentor for incoming first-year Latina/o students through the Latina/o Peer Mentoring Program (LPMP). The LPMP is the first mentoring program for Latina/o students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For more information on the program, please visit clc.unc.edu/lpmp. The application is now OPEN. For any questions, please contact […]...
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Welcome!


The Carolina Latina/o Collaborative (CLC) is committed to developing a greater awareness of Latina/o issues, cultures and identities by building collaborative relationships across campus and the community. Through these relationships, the CLC has created a network that connects various groups on campus involved in academic and cultural projects and programs. The CLC provides a supportive environment for students, faculty, staff and alumni to discuss and understand important issues that affect the Latina/o community. We provide a welcoming space for Latina/o students through resources and services that foster and enrich their academic, social and cultural experience.

The CLC offers its offices, gallery and meeting space for interdisciplinary innovations in scholarship, education, culture, and community engagement. Along with other programming, the CLC organizes two major annual celebrations on campus: the annual campus-wide Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration and the Latina/o Alumni Reunion.

The Carolina Latina/o Collaborative:

  1. Collaborates with the UNC Program in Latina/o Studies, the Carolina Hispanic Association, the Spanish House and others to create programs that represent the rich diversity of the Latina/o Community and reflect the artistic, academic, cultural, social and political aspects of all Latinas/os at Carolina.
  2. Establishes new resources, programs and services to create a welcoming environment.
  3. Provides educational and leadership opportunities that will ensure the retention and success of Carolina Latina/o students.
  4. Collaborates with University departments to provide resources, services, and programs toward the goal of retaining Latina/o faculty and staff.
  5. Continues to develop relationships with our stakeholders to generate revenue sources for the support of its new programming, resources and services.
  6. Establishes new resources, programs and services to recruit and better serve first-year Latina/o students in their transition to college and integration at Carolina.
  7. Establishes strong partnership with Latina/o Alumni to build a larger support network for the Latina/o community at Carolina.
  8. Provides bilingual support as needed across campus.