The Latina/o Studies (LTST) program provides an expansive offering of courses designed
to train a new generation of scholars and professionals. Representing the largest
ethnic minority in the United States, Latina/o culture and is an important area of
investigation. As such, the reflections of unique local experiences, regional characteristics,
and national presence of the Latina/o identity is integrated into the program.
By allowing students to gain a more dynamic, inclusive, and conceptual knowledge of
social issues, the curriculum and undergraduate minor program offered in the Latina/o
Studies program enhances the education of students in any discipline. Above all, the
LTST program seeks to help students succeed in their University studies and prepare
them for scholarship training, professional careers, leadership positions, work with
Latina/o populations, and an understanding of a multicultural population, transnational
society, and a global economy.
Academics & Degree Minor
Wyoming Latina Youth ConferenceA non profit organization dedicated to empowering young latinas.
Student OrganizationsStudents can participate in Student Organizations that celebrate diversity and inclusion.
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UW's Letter Supporting DACA Students
How to Protect Yourself and Your Family as DACA Ends
University of California sues the Trump Administration for Unlawful Repeal of DACA
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The Latina/o Studies program has one shared staff member and four faculty members
dedicated to the program. Members of the faculty and staff can offer guidance on program
The Latina/o Studies program has several faculty members from other departments that
make important contributions and teach multiple courses for the LTST curriculum.
The Latina/o Studies program is privileged to have many prominent members of the community
and state advising the direction of the program, and offering insight and support.
News & Announcements
Giving to Latina/o Studies
School of Culture, Gender & Social Justice | Latina/o StudiesPhone: (307) 766-27331000 E. University Ave., Dept. 4297Laramie, WY 82071Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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