UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center

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The UCLA Le***an Gay Bisexual Transgender and Q***r Campus Resource Center is a student-service center located in Bruin Plaza for the LGBTQ and Ally Communities on campus.

Operating as usual

07/30/2023

We are searching for our next Assistant Director! 👋 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️

The UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center Assistant Director is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of the Center and managing our assessment efforts.

For consideration, apply at https://lnkd.in/gdEbkgpH and search for Req. 39592. Deadline to apply is August 11, 2023.

05/31/2023

Come hang out and watch No Ordinary Man—a trans-led documentary about Billy Tipton, a jazz musician 🎷and trans man in the 1900s! 🖋️ RSVP link in the bio!

05/23/2023

Do you love Drag Race? So do we! Come watch RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season 8 with us on Friday, June 2nd from 6pm to 8pm @ the LGBTQ CRC! RSVP link in bio! Who are you rooting for this season? Comment below!

Photos from UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center's post 05/19/2023

🎥 Join us for an unforgettable screening of NBC's Quantum Leap: "Let Them Play," a groundbreaking episode that explores the journey of a transgender high school athlete. Experience this story and stay for an exclusive Q&A session with the talented director/writer SHAKINA and the incredible lead actress, Josielyn Aguilera. 🎬❤️See you there! 🌟

05/11/2023

If you would like the LGBTQ Community Resource Center to participate in information sessions, tabling, panel opportunities, NSA resource fairs, etc., please submit a request via our new Outreach Request Form!

Link is in our bio!

[Image Description: A graphic from the LGBTQ CRC Outreach Team, titled, “New Outreach Request Form” The text reads, “If you would like the LGBTQ Community Resource Center to participate in information sessions, tabling, panel opportunities, NSA resource fairs, etc., please submit a request via our new Outreach Request Form!” The background is a light blue, with a hazy rainbow over it. At the top and bottom are white lines with the word, “Outreach” written. At the top middle is the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature.]

Photos from UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center's post 05/11/2023

Looking for scholarships? The UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center has a few that are available to both new and continuing students! Apply for the Edward Scott Morrison and Matthew B. Palazzolo Scholarships by Friday, May 15, 2023.   

04/19/2023

UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) are offering these LGBTQ focused groups for the Spring Quarter!

Gender Identity Spectrum Group: This group is for students who are seeking a safe space to receive support, foster community, and explore their gender identity. Students who identify as transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, genderq***r, and gender nonconforming are all welcome! The group is open to both SHIP and NON-SHIP students. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome.

Thriving with Pride Group: For students who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community. A supportive group for exploring identities, increasing awareness of needs, connecting with community, and gaining support, while learning about and coping with q***r issues.

For more information, contact The CAPS mainline at 310-825-0768.

Image Description: [A Counseling and Psychological Services flyer. Text reads "Spring Quarter LGBTQ+ Groups: Gender Identity Spectrum Group and Thriving With Pride Group. Gender Identity Spectrum Group: Thursdays 1:00pm-2:30pm via Zoom Weeks 3 - 10. This group is for students who are seeking a safe space to receive support, foster community, and explore their gender identity. Students who identify as transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, genderq***r and gender nonconforming are all welcome! Group is open to both SHIP and NON-SHIP students. Undergraduate and graduate students are welcome. Thriving With Pride Group: Thursdays 1:00pm-2:30pm in-person Weeks 3 - 10. For students who identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community. A supportive group for exploring identities, increasing awareness of needs, connecting with community and gaining support, while learning about and coping with q***r issues. For more information, Contact The CAPS mainline at 310-825-0768." The flyer is pastel rainbow with lavender accents.]

03/06/2023

Learn more about how to support transgender and nonbinary students in our spaces; knowledge and compassion are key to undoing transphobia in education! RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/SupportingTrans

[A digital flyer. The background of the image has swirling stripes in the colors of the Trans Pride Flag and the Philadelphia Pride Flag that lead from the bottom right to the top left of the page. Over these stripes, an illustration of two Black individuals holding hands are pictured. The title text reads "Colleagues Training: Supporting Trans and Nonbinary Students." The description reads "Thursday, March 30. 1pm-3pm, Virtual via Zoom. Staff, faculty and graduate professionals are invited to learn more about transgender and nonbinary experiences and learn about how to best support trans and nonbinary students! Supporting Transgender and Nonbinary allyship training goes beyond Trans 101 and will help you best support trans and nonbinary students in any space.” The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is in the bottom right corner.]

02/17/2023

Hey this is Rohan, the current social media intern, and I’m handing off my job! I’m leaving my position at the end of the quarter and the LGBTQ CRC is looking for someone to take over our social media and other media for communication. The application deadline is Friday, March 2nd, and the application link can be found at https://bit.ly/crcsocialmediaintern.

[The title reads, “We are hiring a social media marketing intern!”. The text below reads, “Are you a fan of our Instagram? A Bruin Pride Newsletter subscriber? Well I, the current Social Media Intern, am graduating at the end of Winter Quarter and am looking for someone to fill the position! Check out our website and application for further info and DM me with any questions! Follow the link in our bio to apply on Handshake. The application deadline is March 3rd, 2022.” The text is black inside a cream box, with the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature at the top of the box. The box has pink, green, and purple shadows behind it. Clipart images of a camera and a smartphone are in opposite corners. The background is pink.”]

01/30/2023

Join UCLA healthcare providers and representatives of the UCLA Trans Wellness Committee to get your questions answered about trans healthcare services available at Ashe, care at CAPS, UCSHIP coverage, and the UCLA Trans Wellness Committee.RSVP at https://bit.ly/uclatranspanel

[The title reads, “Trans Wellness Panel”. The subtitle reads, “Monday, February 6th, 1-2:30pm.” The text reads, “Join UCLA healthcare providers and representatives of the UCLA Trans Wellness Team virtually to get your questions answered about trans healthcare services available at Ashe, care at CAPS, UCSHIP coverage, and the UCLA Trans Wellness Committee.” The background has light blue and pink clouds on a white background, resembling a trans pride flag. The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is at the bottom.]

01/27/2023

LGBTQ Peer Allyship Trainings are designed to provide students with foundational concepts on LGBTQ+ identity in a supportive learning environment led by their peers. Delve into LGBTQ+ terminology, the importance of continued post-training education, how to recognize stereotypes, privileges, intersectional identities, and more! All students are welcome to attend our open trainings, and you can RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/LGBTQallypeertraining.

[A digital flyer. The background of the image has swirling stripes in the colors of the Trans Pride Flag and the Philadelphia Pride Flag that lead from the bottom right to the top left of the page. Over these stripes, an illustration of two Black individuals holding hands are pictured. The title text reads "Open LGBTQ Peer Allyship Trainings." The description reads "Tuesday, February 7th. 4pm-6pm. LGBTQ CRC Lounge Wednesday, February 15th. 3pm-5pm. Virtual Via Zoom. The LGBTQ Allyship Training is a two hour program designed to provide students with foundational concepts on LGBTQ+ identity in a supportive learning environment led by their peers. Delve into LGBTQ terminology, the importance of continued post-training education, how to recognize stereotypes, privileges, intersectional identities, and more! All students are welcome to attend our open trainings, which occur twice per quarter.”]

01/27/2023

What are your go-to recipes for easy meals on a budget? Submit your favorites to our poll- we’re putting together a collection of community recipes for anyone who might need them. Let us know by February 28th via https://forms.gle/4H6cw2cQ9y4Vqzwn6

FOR YOUR RECIPES:

1. Should be low cost (between $5-10 to make, preferably closer to $5)
2. Accessible ingredients (nothing super expensive or difficult to find)
3. Able to be made in batches, for a group of people or to have leftovers!
4. Filling and hearty meals are preferred

[On the left side of the graphic there is a title that reads, “Recipes for QTs." in a rainbow text. Below is a paragraph in black text that reads "Recipe For QTs is an accessible, low effort + low-cost recipe book made for students and working people filled with recipes to filling dishes and resources regarding accessible food to those in need. If you have a comfort food recipe, something you make when you are lazy, or just something you really enjoy, please share it with us!" Below that paragraph, there is an outlined text that reads "We are looking for recipe submissions from now until Tuesday, February 28th at 11:59 PM PST.” On the right side of the graphic, there is a rainbow collage of an assortment of dishes and foods. The background is white. The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is on the bottom right corner.]

01/24/2023

Come join the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center and Transfer Student Center for a discussion about self-care and body positivity! This is a great opportunity to connect with Transfer Bruins during Transfer Pride Week! See you there! RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/TuesTalk

A graphic with a peach gradient background. The title is written in white with blue hues around it reading, "Tuesday Talk". There is a scribbled-like blue heart in the center. To the left of the heart reads, "discuss body positivity" and to the right of the heart reads, "learn about self care". Located near the bottom left of the graphic is, "Meet @ TSC, Kerkhoff 128 January 24th from 4-6pm Discussion held at LGBTQ CRC Lounge. In the top left is the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature. The top right of the graphic includes the Transfer Student Center signature reading, "I heart UCLA transfers". The bottom right of the graph includes the RSVP QR code.

01/19/2023

The Outreach Committee is a branch of the UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center (CRC) that is responsible for maintaining and promoting the on-campus and virtual presence of the CRC across UCLA. A major component of this is tabling at events (i.e. Cookies and Q***rs, sporting events, Bruin Day, and many more!) Outreach volunteers also manage creating our famous pride flag buttons and restocking other kinds of merch. If you’re interested in volunteering with Outreach in any capacity, sign up at https://forms.gle/Xbdfyd43kG6tp9D18
The deadline for this cycle is February 10th at 5pm.

[A graphic from the LGBTQ CRC Outreach Team, titled, “Join the Outreach Committee!” The text reads, “The Outreach Committee allows the LGBTQ CRC to share resources and support with the wider UCLA community. Outreach volunteers will help with tabling and hosting outreach events throughout the year! Applications accepted quarterly.” The link to the form is listed underneath in a blue button. The background is a light blue, with a hazy rainbow over it. At the top and bottom are white lines with the word, “Outreach” written. At the top middle is the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature.]

Photos from UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center's post 01/19/2023

Thanks to the Gender Recognition Implementation Committee, we have two new multi-stall all-gender restrooms, located very central to campus. There is one on Kaplan's first floor (Kaplan 185) and one in the Student Activities Center Basement (SAC B-level). You can find the locations for all gender-inclusive restrooms on campus at [maps.ucla.edu], plus any requirements to enter (i.e. a BruinCard).

Slide 1: [The title text reads, “Gender Inclusive restrooms”. The background is a virtual map showing all-gender restrooms on campus. The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is in the bottom left corner.]

Slide 2: [The text reads, “Two new all-gender restrooms have opened up near the CRC! There’s a single stall restroom open in Kaplan Hall and a multi-stall restroom in the SAC basement. Head to [maps.ucla.edu](http://maps.ucla.edu) to see the locations of all-gender restrooms on campus! You can also check which restrooms need Bruin Card access, etc. There is a photo of the all-gender restroom door in SAC in the bottom left corner. The background is light blue.]

01/18/2023

QT Astrolotea is a space that meets monthly for folks to hang out, craft, and discuss all things astrological! There’s something here for everyone and it’s a great way to get to know people at the Center! You can sign up for this space and any of our other recurring spaces at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/WI23weeklyspaces


[The graphic is a deep, cosmic purple with a pink haze flowing through. The title at the top is, “QT Astrolotea,” which is written in colors of the progress pride flag. The text below reads, “Starting January 15th from 1pm-2:30pm at the LGBTQ CRC Lounge.” Below is a steaming cup of milky tea, with three biscuits underneath. On the biscuits are zodiac signs for leo, capricorn, and sagittarius. In the top right corner is the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature.]

01/13/2023

Ever been to a writing workshop? This is a great place to attend your first or 21st! We’ll guide you through some warmup prompts plus some writing exercises designed to bring out your inner creative! RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/QCRS

[A graphic stylized like scraps of paper on a green grid background. The title reads, "Q***r Creative Writing Space". The subheading reads, "Q***r writers of all backgrounds and experience levels- join us for a night of creative flow and fun!" In the top right is information about the event: "January 26th. 5:30-7 pm." In the top left is the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature on a pink post it note.]

01/12/2023

Welcome back to campus and welcome to 2023! Learn about the LGBTQ CRC, the events and resources we offer, and meet the team at this social event! Hope to see you all there! RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/qtww23

[A graphic depicting a snowy landscape, with a blue sky and snow-covered ground. The title is “QT Winter Welcome.” The text reads, “Wed, Jan 18, 2023. 3:30PM. LGBTQ CRC. Join the LGBTQ CRC as we welcome undergraduate and graduate students, staff, and faculty back to campus with a community gathering at the Center! Meet the LGBTQ CRC team, learn more about our programs and events, and decompress with us as we head into a new quarter and new year. Light refreshments while supplies last.]

12/20/2022

Maybe you’ve seen the Instagram stories, joined us at an event this past quarter, or listened to the radio show. If you've ever wanted to get involved with LGBTQ education and advocacy, apply for an internship at the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center! Applications for three of our intern positions are now open and are expected to start mid-Winter Quarter. We welcome any and all Bruins to read the full descriptions and apply on our website or Handshake until January 16, 2023. Visit https://lgbtq.ucla.edu/internships for more information. Best of luck!

11/23/2022

Learn more about how to support transgender and nonbinary students in our spaces; knowledge and compassion are key to undoing transphobia in education. RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/SupportingTrans

[A digital flyer. The background of the image has swirling stripes in the colors of the Trans Pride Flag and the Philadelphia Pride Flag that lead from the bottom right to the top left of the page. Over these stripes, an illustration of two Black individuals holding hands are pictured. The title text reads "Colleagues Training: Supporting Trans and Nonbinary Students." The description reads "Friday, December 9th. 1pm-3pm, Virtual via Zoom. Staff, faculty and graduate professionals are invited to learn more about transgender and nonbinary experiences and learn about how to best support trans and nonbinary students! Supporting Transgender and Nonbinary allyship training goes beyond Trans 101 and will help you best support trans and nonbinary students in any space.” The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is in the bottom right corner.]

Photos from UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center's post 11/23/2022

Dear Community Members,

This past Sunday, November 20th, as we collectively recognized International Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) with grief and solemnity, we were then shocked in horror by the shooting that took place at Club Q nightclub in Colorado Springs. With TDOR in our hearts and minds, and only six years removed from the atrocious shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, we recognize that this type of targeted violence is nothing new to the LGBTQ+ community.

Today, we express our deepest sorrow and concernment over another mass murder targeting our communities. We send our condolences to the families, friends, and loved ones of:

Raymond Green Vance, 22 (he/him)
Kelly Loving, 40 (she/her)
Daniel Davis Aston, 28 (he/him)
Derrick Rump, 38 (he/him)
Ashley Paugh, 35 (she/her)

Even amidst these most difficult times, we must remain steadfast in our love and community for one another. Our Center will be open during our regular business hours (9am-6pm) today and Wednesday with professional staff available and our space for us to be in community and decompress. We will be closed on Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving break.

We strongly encourage students and employees to take advantage of the available mental health and wellbeing resources listed below. We also encourage our faculty and staff colleagues to prioritize the well-being of undergraduate and graduate students in consideration of the end of quarter and finals week during this challenging time.

Sincerely,

Andy Cofino (he/him/his), Director
Minerva (“Minnie”) Esquivel Gopar (they/she/elle/ella), Administrative Coordinator
Jaime Estepa (he/they/siya), Program Coordinator
Dr. Sonita Moss (she/she/hers), Assistant Director
UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center

11/15/2022

Join us on the Hill to hang out, share a meal, watch a movie, and talk about healthy relationships and boundaries in preparation for the holiday season! RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/q***ringholidays22


Image Description: [A light blue event graphic with a snowy texture in the background. On the top right is the title, “Q***ring the Holidays.” The subtitle reads, “Wednesday, November 30th. 5-8 PM. Bradley Hall 224 (On The Hill).” The description of the event reads, “Celebrate the holiday season with CARE and the LGBTQ CRC! Decompress with us as winter approaches over a viewing of the feel-good movie, Big Eden. We'll talk about healthy relationships and setting boundaries with q***r experiences in mind. Food will be provided!” On the left is a string with stars and two polaroids: one with a fireplace image and one with an image of the movie cover for “Big Eden”. The UCLA CARE signature and the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature are in the bottom right corner.]

11/05/2022

Trans Day of Remembrance is a vigil space held for remembering members of the trans community who have left us. TDOR is a multifaceted holiday of grief for those who are gone, pride and solidarity with those still with us, and empowerment regarding trans futures. Join us in commemorating TDOR in Bruin Plaza. You can RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/TDOR.


Image Description: [Against a black background, the title "Trans Day of Remembrance" stands out in light blue. The subtitles below read, "November 17th," in white and "@ 5PM in Bruin Plaza," in pink. The title represents the colors of the transgender pride flag. Below it is a series of five candles drawn in blue and pink line art. At the bottom, in white, is the description, "Trans Day of Remembrance is a vigil space held for remembering members of the trans community who have left us. TDOR is a multifaceted holiday of grief for those who are gone, pride and solidarity with those still with us, and empowerment regarding trans futures." The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is in the bottom left.]

10/27/2022

Are you interested in creative writing? Come and join us at the Center for a night full of creative energy with great company! The RSVP link is https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/QCWS

[A graphic stylized like scraps of paper on a purple grid background. The title reads, "Q***r Creative Writing Space". The subheading reads, "Q***r writers of all backgrounds and experience levels- join us for a night of creative flow and fun!" In the top right is information about the event: "November 9th. 5-6:30 pm." In the top left is the UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature on a pink post it note.]

10/26/2022

If you’ve never been to the QTBIPOC Space before, next Wednesday’s space is the perfect one! We’ll be remembering and celebrating both non-living and living ancestors for Día de los Mu***os. Join us in uplifting their histories and accomplishments in a welcoming community space! RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/public/doHQgpHRLVC-oaBOJr3tI9V-7isKdRGVxQPqUvApzEr4bLWwTqYrG5wQGztHRMh0



Image Description: [The title of the graphic, written at the bottom in white text on a tan background, reads, “Dia De Los Mu***os. Honoring Ancestors.” The event description in the top right reads, “QTBIPOC Space. Wed., Nov. 2nd. 4-5:30 pm. LGBTQ CRC/Conference Rm B1.” The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is above the description. In the top left is a picture of sugar skulls, and in the bottom right is a photo of a field of cempasúchils. Cempasúchils line the center of the graphic. The background is dusty red.]

10/19/2022

ShaQTi (like shakti, meaning "power") is a space designed for Q***r South Asians to meet and get to know each other! It's named for the inactive student organization ShaQTi, which we're bringing back for one evening! Come for the samosas, stay for the friendships. RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/i8TFY


[The text reads, A social space for South Asians: ShaQTi. Wednesday, November 2nd. 6:00-7:30. LGBTQ CRC Lounge. Snacks provided! The background is a light purple laid over a palace interior. There is a pair of hands crossing pinkies on the top and a pair of hands making a heart shape at the bottom. The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is at the top.]

Photos from UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center's post 10/18/2022

If you’re a graduate or professional student, get your costumes on for Grad Happy Hour! We’re headed to Rocco’s to make friends over some food and drinks! RSVP at [https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/gradshappyhour]!

10/18/2022

LGBTQ Peer Allyship Trainings are designed to provide students with foundational concepts on LGBTQ+ identity in a supportive learning environment led by their peers. Delve into LGBTQ+ terminology, the importance of continued post-training education, how to recognize stereotypes, privileges, intersectional identities, and more! All students are welcome to attend our open trainings, and you can RSVP at https://linktr.ee/UCLALGBTQCRC.

[A digital flyer. The background of the image has swirling stripes in the colors of the Trans Pride Flag and the Philadelphia Pride Flag that lead from the bottom right to the top left of the page. Over these stripes, an illustration of two Black individuals holding hands are pictured. The title text reads "Open LGBTQ Peer Allyship Trainings." The description reads "Wednesday, October 26th, 2pm-4pm, SAC Conference Room 2. Tuesday, November 1st, 4pm-6pm, Virtual Via Zoom. The LGBTQ Allyship Training is a two hour program designed to provide students with foundational concepts on LGBTQ+ identity in a supportive learning environment led by their peers. Delve into LGBTQ terminology, the importance of continued post-training education, how to recognize stereotypes, privileges, intersectional identities, and more! All students are welcome to attend our open trainings, which occur twice per quarter.”]

10/06/2022

Hey Grad Students! Join the LGBTQ CRC for some free coffee, tea, and pastries! Come and connect with fellow grad & professionals from different departments while enjoying a sunny afternoon. RSVP at https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/knGDn

10/04/2022

Let's Go Le***ans- we’re back for another picnic! Out or questioning, cis or trans, join us on the lawn by Tongva Steps! We'll be close to the back of the SAC building, and we'll publish a specific location on our Instagram story so you know where to go! RSVP via https://sa.ucla.edu/Forms/p/9JofR

[The post is titled, “Let’s Go Le***ans!” The subtitle reads, “Back for another social by Tongva Steps! Thursday, October 13th. 1:30-3:30.” The title is on a nbright blue sky with a grassy hill underneath. There are two picnic baskets sitting on blankets at the bottom of the image. The UCLA LGBTQ CRC Rainbow Signature is at the top.]

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