Spanish House (La Casa Hispánica; Harvey House)

lounge area with sofa chairs and mural.
Colorful, theme-based murals and paintings adorn many of the walls in Spanish House including this one in the main lounge, where many social and cultural activities take place.
Photo credit: Tanya Rosen-Jones ’97

La Casa Hispánica, officially known as Harvey House or Spanish House, is a Program Houses for students interested in learning and speaking Spanish. This residence hall is open to all students and offers single and double occupancy rooms. Up to 30 students can live here.

It is considered a Spanish immersion environment and students wishing to live in La Casa must speak Spanish—though all proficiency levels, from novice to fluent, are welcome. The house has a living room with television, piano, a library, seminar room, and kitchen and laundry facilities. It is an immersion environment

Spanish House is closely connected with the Hispanic studies and Latin American studies departments and other related programs.