Cultural Centers

Participants play trivia at the African-American Cultural Center at the ACC Eastview Campus.

African-American Cultural Center

The African-American Cultural Center at the Eastview Campus strives to increase understanding in the ACC and Central Texas communities of the culture, history and contributions of African-Americans. The African-American Cultural Center offers many opportunities.

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ACC professor Lam Lynn Lau and a group of her students at the Northridge campus.

Asian American Pacific Islander Center

The Asian American and Pacific Islander Cultural Center was established in the summer of 2022 as a result of efforts by the ACC students, faculty and staff as well as local AAPI community advocates to rally for a space dedicated to supporting the needs of AAPI students and broadening awareness of the AAPI cultures and issues.

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Artwork by Fidencio Durán on display at ACC Riverside Campus

Latino/Latin American Studies Center “El Centro”

The Latino/Latin American Studies Center, also known as “El Centro” is ACC’s inter-disciplinary center supporting Latinx and Mexican American studies. It strives to increase knowledge of the culture, history, and contribution of the Latinx community in Austin and Central Texas.

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Artist and student at the ACC TRHT center in front of a newly completed mural

Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Center

The Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Center (TRHT) at ACC is a partnership with our community to build cross-racial relationships that lead to racial healing and an exploration of ways to transform the college and community for greater inclusion and equity.

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