William Henry Fouse House of Black Culture
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The William Henry Fouse House of Black Culture (HBC) was named after Otterbein's first African American graduate, William Henry Fouse. The HBC was established in 1994 to serve as a meeting and social space for African American students.
The house offers living space to five (5) same sex individuals who are involved in the African American Student Union and/or other diversity organizations on campus. The HBC promotes cultural exchange through programming and discussions for the Otterbein community.
The HBC also assists the Office of Diversity by hosting receptions for visiting guests. One of the signature programs offered by the HBC is the Late Night Breakfast, which is a study break for students preparing for finals.
Advisor: Dr. Lisa Phillips