Fall 2020 with LGBTQ Life
We are looking forward to continuing our work of community support, education, and advocacy this fall. Although our programs will shift to an online format, we will continue to work to build connections and community. We will be updating this page as new events are scheduled.
|Sept 3-5, various times||Student Involvement Fair|
|Sept 9 from 3-6pm||LGBTQ Life Welcome Social|
|Sept 21 from 9am-12pm||Safe Zone Training|
|Oct 9 from 9:30-11:30am and 2:30-4:00pm||National Coming Out Day Celebration|
|Oct 14 from 12:00-1:30pm||Health Disparities for LGBTQ People |
Part of the SON Student Affairs Social Justice Workshop Series
|Oct 20 from 4-5:30pm||LGBTQ History Month Social|
|Oct 22 and 23—all day||Diversity and Inclusion Conference |
Hosted by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion
|Oct 26 from 2-5pm||Safe Zone Training|
|Oct 28 from 4-5pm||Healthy Queer Relationships |
Cosponsored by CHEW
|Nov 12 from 9am-12pm||Safe Zone Training|
|Nov 13 at 9:30am and 4:00pm||Transgender Day of Remembrance Moments of Silence|
|Nov 15||ThanksGayVing |
Cosponsored with DSAGA
|Dec 1||World AIDS Day|
|Dec 10 from 3-5pm||Crafting Study Break|
Open Office Hours
Join LGBTQ Life staff on google hangouts to chat and connect!
We’re available Mondays (1-5pm), Tuesdays (10-12pm), and Fridays (9am-12pm).
Video and text both welcome. Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet-ups are an informal opportunity for people to share their identities in a safe and friendly environment. These meetups are intended only for people who have that identity. We will be hosting meetups for the following communities: Asexual Spectrum, Bridges: LGBTQA Faith & Spirituality, Queer Men, Queer Women, Roots: LGBTQA People of Color, and Transgender and Non-Binary People. All will be held virtually.
The Peer Mentoring Program provides support to students who are seeking guidance from a peer in the LGBTQ community. Our mission is to help students develop their own positive sexual orientation and gender identity through peer-to-peer mentoring. Mentors provide a safe and confidential environment for mentees to explore, question, learn, and grow. This year, we’ll provide additional virtual support for mentors and mentees.Tags: events, LGBTQ Life