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Frieson Black Cultural Center

The Frieson Black Cultural Center boasts more than 13,700 square feet and is conveniently located at 1800 Melrose Avenue. The current Frieson Black Cultural Center, formerly the Black Cultural Center, opened in June 2002 and features a library/reading room, state-of-the-art computer lab, student lounge, gallery, multipurpose rooms, student organization suite, conference room, tutorial suites, and administration offices. The Frieson Black Cultural Center is a place to gather, learn, share ideas and experiences. It is a place for all students.

The Frieson Black Cultural Center (FBCC) has meeting rooms to help provide for the meeting and programming needs of the campus community. The FBCC can accommodate groups, depending upon the configuration requested, ranging from 5 to 120 people (108 if catered event). In addition, a number of event support services are available including catering, audio-visual equipment rental, telecommunications, and computer services to help our guests present a quality event.

Timeline of the Black Cultural Center

 

Previous home of the Black Cultural Center
Construction phase
Construction phase
Front Desk / Reception
Lobby with Baby Grand Piano
Multipurpose Room
Art Gallery
Library
African American Hall of Fame
Student Organization Suite
Conference Room
Second Floor
Tutoring Rooms
Computer Lab
Brick Frieze
Brick Frieze
Brick Frieze
New building, erected in 2002
FBCC at Night

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