Humanities Building, Room 219
Casa Hispana: On-Campus Spanish-Language Residence
Apply now to live in Casa Hispana next year! Click here to complete the application.
Live in a great house where you can speak Spanish, participate in cultural events, and share a great space with warm community!
Residents must have completed HISP 204 or 220 (or have tested out of Macalester's language requirement in Spanish), agree to speak only Spanish in the house, and must take a Hispanic Studies course (HISP) each semester they live in the house. Students who live in Casa Hispana are not required to be on a campus meal plan, though some decide to purchase the meal plan anyway, and applicants can choose from several single- and double-occupancy room options.
Applications for each upcoming academic year open in February or March. On the rare occasion we have an unexpected opening for Spring, a brief application period will come along in the October/November time period. We'll always post here and in The Daily Piper when applications are open so you won't miss out!
Check out our Casa page for more info.
Why Hispanic & Latin American Studies?
The department teaches the languages and cultures of the Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian world.
We offer specialized courses in literature, linguistics, U.S. Latina/o studies, translation, and the visual arts.
We believe in serving the Twin Cities communities through service learning, participation in local cultural life, and internships, thereby educating our students both intellectually and civically to become the leaders of tomorrow.
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SPRING 2015 COURSES
- Accelerated Beginning Spanish
- Accelerated Intermediate Spanish
- Accelerated Elementary Portuguese
- Luso-Brazilian Studies: Conversations and Composition
- Spanish Second Language Acquisition
- Dictators, Revolutions and Insurrections
- Mapping the New World: Exploration, Encounters, and Disasters
- Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
- Introduction to the Analysis of Hispanic Texts
- Introduction to U.S. Latin@ Studies
- Senior Seminar