20 Questions with the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center | IU is Home

In the finale episode of 20 Q's, we follow students Tres and Chandler through the halls of the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center and the African-American Arts Institute! Watch now to learn more about this historic culture center's fellowship, achievements, and resources.

Where You Belong

Once called “The House,” the Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC) has a long-standing history of supporting the Indiana University’s efforts to challenge, support, and contribute to the continued development and success of the black students, faculty, and staff. 

Learn more about the Neal-Marshall


The NMBCC is a unique space that facilitates programs and services promoting academic excellence, community building, and support for African American students.

Learn about our programs

The Story of our "House"

The NMBCC is dedicated in honor of the first African American man, Marcellus Neal, and woman, Frances Marshall, who graduated from Indiana University.

Discover our history