Our Mission and Values
Established in 1972, La CASA provides empowerment through cultural identity, leadership and social consciousness development, as well as community building for undergraduate and graduate students at USC.
La CASA strives to educate the campus about Latinx issues and the ethnic diversity represented within the community (i.e. Central & South America, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico and Puerto Rico), by offering programs and services that focus on intersectionality.
La CASA Staff
Greedley F. Harris III, M.S.
Director of Strategic Partnership, SEIP
Greedley F. Harris, III is the SEIP Manager for Strategic Partnerships and oversees two cultural centers: The Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs (CBCSA) as well as La CASA. In addition, he oversee two of our cultural lounges: The Middle Eastern North African (MENA) lounge and the Native American Pacifica lounge (NAPL).
Leticia Delgado (aka Leti)
Leticia Delgado aka “Leti” is the Center Supervisor for La CASA. In addition, she supervises the amazing student staff of La CASA.
She plans, organizes, and delivers student programs services and activities for La CASA.
Meet La CASA’s Undergraduate Culture Ambassadors (RCA’s) and Graduate Culture Ambassadors (GCA’s)! The Culture Ambassador position exists to help develop, coordinate and manage culturally enriching, thought provoking, supportive programming. In addition, RCA’s serve as leaders in the Chicanx/Latinx community, who create opportunities and promote unity within the Chicanx/Latinx community at USC. Finally, RCAs also serve as leaders in the intercultural USC community. RCA’s build bridges with other diverse communities at USC by collaborating with other offices/departments/clubs & organizations. Graduate Culture Ambassadors assist the office with various projects that support our Chicanx/Latinx community and initiatives that we have here at La CASA.