We know that these are scary and uncertain times. Many of us are feeling anxiety about the health and wellbeing of our loved ones and ourselves. Some of you may be missing campus, and the community that you have built there. Some of you may be in situations where various parts of your identity aren’t being affirmed. Some of you may be struggling to piece together basic needs.
Please know that even though we are not on campus together, the LGBTQ+ Center and our staff are still here for you. During our period of online learning, the LGBTQ+ Center is available to you in the following ways:
- Regular programming like QTPOC Connections, T Time, C3: Building Community over Coffee and Conversation, and more!
- Virtual support spaces like our LGBTQ+ Center goes Digital GroupMe and daily virtual drop-in hours with Center staff
- 1:1 support and consultation face-to-face (through Zoom or Google Meet), via phone, and via email/text
- Opportunities to learn and develop your inclusive community building skills
- Continuing to advocate on your behalf
You matter to us. Stay connected to us, and to each other.
Angela Mazaris (they, them, theirs); Assistant Vice President for Equitable Policy, Office of Diversity and Inclusion; Director LGBTQ+ Center
Kayla Lisenby (she, her, hers/ they, them, theirs); Assistant Director of the LGBTQ+ Center
J Mai (they, them, theirs); Graduate Assistant of the LGBTQ+ Center
Looking for campus information and updates? Visit these important resource pages.
Have a question about COVID-19 and campus response and unsure who to ask? Reach out to us at email@example.com. Even if we don’t know the answer, we will try and connect you to someone who can help!