Unity House was dedicated as the new cultural center on November 11, 1989. It was previously located at Vinal Cottage, which is now the Office of Career and Professional Development. Unity House, as a facility, serves as a gathering place for students, staff, faculty, and alumni of diverse backgrounds and interests. Rooms within the house are used for events, meetings, studying and just hanging out. Unity houses administrative offices, a large multi-purpose room (Pepsico Room), a conference room, kitchen, TV lounge and student organization offices.


‌PepsiCo Room

Unity Pepsico Room, the gathering place in the multicultural center (Dedicated May 3, 1991)
This room was given by the PepsiCo Foundation in honor of Harvey C. Russell, former vice president for community affairs at PepsiCo and trustee of Connecticut College from 1981-1991. Functions and events are held here, ranging from cultural discussions to musical performances. It is open for use by members of the campus community. For reservations, please contact Dulmarie Irizarry at 860-439-2628 two weeks prior to your event.

‌Kitchen

The kitchen at Unity House multicultural center The kitchen is available for campus community members who wish to provide food for events held at Unity House, or to treat themselves and their friends to a home-cooked meal. For reservations, please contact Dulmarie Irizarry at 860-439-2628 two weeks prior to your event.

Conference Room

This room features a large conference table and seating for 8-10 people. If you would like to reserve the space for small group meetings, please contact Dulmarie Irizarry at 860-439-2628 two weeks prior to your event.