The Spanish House

Perkins House is located at 122 Hillcrest Road behind the tennis courts and next to the Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs.

There are 10 singles that house nine students plus a teaching assistant. Students pledge to speak only Spanish in the house and to host a number of activities and gatherings. Both of these are required of those choosing to apply. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to apply in February. 

Students in the Spanish House.
At the Spanish House, students prepare the dough for making churros, a popular dessert shared by several former or present-day Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries—from Spain and Portugal to Cuba, Chile, Brazil, and the Philippines.

The Portuguese House

The Portuguese House has room for three students and a teaching assistant. This year two current students will share the TA responsibilities. Residents pledge to speak only Portuguese in the house. The Portuguese House hosts numerous activities throughout the year, including screenings, cafezinhos, presentations, dinners, and parties. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to apply in February by contacting Enrique García,

See more information about the Portuguese House.

Students in the Portuguese House.
Those taking Portuguese frequently gather together at the house to watch movies and sports events, play games, cook, and share a delicious spread of home-cooked Brazilian and Portuguese dishes.