The Enid Cook ’31 Center is in honor of Enid Appo Cook, the first African American woman to graduate from Bryn Mawr College. The Enid Cook Center is open to students of the Latin and African diaspora, as well as members of Sisterhood, BACaSO, Mujeres and Zami.
The ECC serves as both a residential space and as a cultural center. By applying to live in the ECC you acknowledge this shared use of space and recognize that the common areas of the building will be available to and used by non-residents throughout the year.
If you are interested in living in the ECC, please complete the application at the link below.
Enid Cook Center Application for New Students