The Center is dedicated to creating a haven of respect, education and celebration of the varied cultures on campus.


Photo of the Clark House

Located on Main Street between the Fitness Center and the athletics fields, is a home for Longwood’s National PanHellenic Council groups and houses meeting and study spaces, conference rooms, and a lounge. 

We are committed to the enhancement of a positive experience for students, especially those from culturally and ethnically diverse communities.

Let's Talk, Let's Listen, Let's Be

Students at the Involvement Fair flash smiles and peace signs

Our intercultural center is a space to get together and learn about, experience, and appreciate the different cultures that make up our communities

  • A Venue for
    Events | Speakers | Workshops | Exhibitions | Programs |
  • A Haven of
    Respect | Education | Celebration |


Monday-Friday 12 p.m.-12 a.m.

Saturday & Sunday 11a.m.-12 a.m.

Reserve Space

To reserve a space for your meeting or event please email Paula Ellison.

Paula Ellison
Paula Ellison

Administrative Assistant
Upchurch University Center 200A
(434) 395-2103 



Clark House Policies


Please continue to follow University guidelines regarding social distancing and face coverings. 

Visit Covid-19 Information & Resources for more information. 

House Rules

  • Refrain from moving furniture
  • Remove all trash
  • Sanitize your sitting area before leaving

Building Access and Parking

Building Access

Please enter through the main doors and swipe your Lancer ID. 

For those with mobility needs, Clark Intercultural Center can be accessed on the ground floor from the parking lot directly behind the Health & Fitness Center.


Parking directly outside the building is limited to students with a commuter parking pass, and only while using the center. 

Visit Parking Services to learn more about parking on campus.