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For more information on the consortium, see the Web site of the David Rockefeller Center Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University.
Boston Area Consortium on Latin America
The Boston Area Consortium on Latin America (BACLA) is an organization of Latin American studies programs at nine colleges and universities in the Boston area. It serves as a vehicle for faculty, graduate students and undergraduates with Latin American interests to communicate with each other, and for each institution to supplement its Latin American resources with those available at the others. BACLA sponsors occasional lectures and conferences and shares information on Boston-area events on Latin America.
Brandeis University students are permitted to take courses at any of the other eight participating institutions: Boston College, Boston University, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Northeastern University, Tufts University, University of Massachusetts-Boston and Wellesley College. Brandeis and Wellesley College also have a cross-registration program
All institutions except Harvard University share their library holdings through the Boston Area Library Consortium.