American Corner Louga
American Corners are partnerships between the United States and a local institution, often a library, community center, or university. There are currently over 500 Corners around the world. Almost 80 of those Corners are located in Sub-Saharan Africa.
American Corners are open to everyone in the community – free of charge.
At an American Corner you will find information about American:
- Society and culture
- Policies and politics
- History and literature
- Business and entrepreneurship
You can also find out how to study in the U.S.
American Corner Louga has computers with Internet access for you to conduct research, study English, or read an online newspaper. At the AC you can use eLibraryUSA, a virtual library of thousands of journals, books, encyclopedias, newspapers, videos and more!
Come visit the American Corner Louga and learn more!
Free use of the collection – Circulation of books – English courses – Membership possible
Monday - Saturday: 09:00 – 18:00
Avenue Cheikh Sadibou Chérif
B.P. 60 - Louga
Telephone/Fax: 33 967 12 98