1. How would you like to be involved at UIS with the LGBTQA Resource Office?
Day of Silence: A day where students nationwide take some form of a vow of silence to call attention to the silencing effect of anti-LGBTQ bullying and harassment.
Explore Yourself in a Private Place: A safe & confidential group to share coming out stories, explore your identity, and listen to other UIS students
LGBTea: A comfortable, accepting, & non-judgemental social atmosphere for LBGTQA students.
Peer Education: Students are trained to interact with their peers to combat homophobia, transphobia, and heterosexism through innovative activities and workshops.
Student Mentor Program: Develop a network of friends at UIS. Learn about campus resources. The mentor program is for LGBTQ and allied first year, transfer, and new graduate students.
QSA (Queer Straight Alliance): A student organization that plans events for the LGBTQA student body. They also provide support and visibility for LGBTQA students on campus.
Queertober: A month long celebration that features educative and informative events raising awareness for the LGBTQA communities.
Safe Zone: A training program for students, staff, and faculty to be better allies to the LGBTQ community at UIS. Members hang signs their doors and work to provide a space that is free from homophobia, heterosexism, and transphobia while serving as a resource to LGBTQ and allied students.
2. Is there anything else you would like to know about the LGBTQA Resource Office?
3. What is your email address so we can respond with information on how to become involved with your selection(s)?
answer must be an email address
in Public Affairs
Student Life Building 22