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Whether you're a prospective student or employee exploring the climate at the University of Denver, or you've been part of the DU family for years, this site provides an easy-to-remember web address and centralized source for all sorts of information for our LGBTIQ & Ally classmates, colleagues, friends and larger community.
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Events & Info
Mark you calendars:
- 2/22, Monday: LGBTIQ&A Town Hall. Join us for dinner to help us identify needs and priorities for our campus communities: e.g., terminology, support programs, services, staff and facilities. Details, requested RSVP, and alternative input option coming soon...
- 4/7, Thursday: Celebrate, Appreciate and Motivate... Our Qmunity of Steel! at the 11th annual LGBTIQA Gala celebration. Nominate someone for an award!
- 6/18-19, Sat-Sun: Volunteer at or stop by the DU booth at Denver Pridefest .
Faculty/Instructors: Please email us brief blurbs on your Spring/Summer LGBTIQ&A-related courses. Check past list on Resources tab for info we need.
Queer Student Alliance (QSA) meets Wednesdays, 7.30pm in the Driscoll Center (north) 1880 Room.
A number of local and national LGBTIQ&A scholarships have application deadlines approaching in early 2016; start yours early! Click the Scholarships header on our Resources tab.
Trans on Campus Summary , and other resources, are under the Trans tab (above)!
Use the link at right to subscribe to our weekly Qdigest enewsletter, to have all the latest campus and community info delivered to you...
The DU Health & Counseling Center is offering a new LGBTQI Support and Empowerment Group: A support and psycho-educational group for students who are navigating sexual and/or gender identity development and acceptance. Students who identify as bisexual, gay, lesbian, queer, questioning, transgender, or any other personally meaningful term are all welcome. Focus is on establishing positive connections with others and exploring the process of integrating one’s sexual and gender identities in authentic, self-affirming ways. Date and time TBD; facilitated by Kirsten Ging, PsyD, and Ellen Bronder, MA. For more info, please call Dr Ging directly at 303-871-4420.
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