Check Out What's New this Spring at the LGBT Center!
Class of 2014 Group
This group is specifically for first-year students meets weekly for lunch. It is a fun social environment to meet other LGBT and questioning students and find out more about the campus community. For more information, contact the LGBT Center.
Questioning and LGBT Athletes
This group offers confidential meetings over lunch for LGBT and questioning athletes. For more information, as well as meeting times and locations, contact the LGBT Center.
Transcending Boundaries (The Gender Group)
The Gender Group is a supportive and confidential place to discuss gender variance, gender roles, transgenderism, and transsexuality. For more information, contact the LGBT Center.
Queering the Color Line
This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBT students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner the last Wednesday of each month, which is provided. For more information, view the LGBT Center calendar or contact the LGBT Center. This event is also cosponsored with the Fields Center, Women’s Center, and Frist Campus Center.
Coming Out Group for LGBT Students
The Coming Out Group is a safe place designed to support and affirm members who are working through being open about their identity. This group is organized through the Counseling Center. CPS also sponsors a number of other groups that might be of interest. For more information, contact David Campbell at email@example.com.
Q’nnect: This is a great way to meet and connect with faculty, staff, and students in the community.
Are you looking to connect with other LGBT students, staff, and faculty on campus? Are you looking to find camaraderie or mentorship with others from the LGBT community? The Q’nnect program is designed to bring together members of the LGBTQ community from across campus. This new program is open to undergraduates, graduate students, staff, and faculty. Each Q’nnect pod will have at least one member from each of these communities. The pod groups are paired with the expectation that they will meet informally 1-2 times a semester. Each Q’nnect group is free to meet on or off campus —over coffee, lunch, or at a campus event. Whatever the group decides upon, they shouldn’t feel obligated to spend money. This program intends to:
· Facilitate community building of LGBTQ individuals across campus in order to support and encourage one another
· Foster intergenerational dialogue and understanding
· Acknowledge and utilize the strengths that each group member offers to the community
· Support and encourage members in cultivating a beneficial group relationship
If you are interested in being paired with other students, staff, and faculty please fill out the quick application, which can be found here. Depending on your indicated preference, pods can be formed randomly or with more attention paid to individual preferences. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, the LGBT Center’s Spring 2011 calendar is online.
Follow this link for the online events listing: