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4 of every 5 people currently on campus are students. And educating students is the reason for the University's existence. 

Here's a brief introduction to resources for getting informed, being involved and staying successful in your time as a DU student!

 

Support Services

DU's Center for Multicultural Excellence (CME) coordinates a number programs and events for and about our LGBTIQA communities including social and community-building events, educational workshops (e.g., Queer & Ally/Safezone trainings) and 1-1 consultations and advocacy. Online resources include lists of LGBTIQA-related courses, gender neutral restrooms across campus, nearby welcoming faith communities, sexual health information and more.

Other campus offices with explicit services including GVESS, Health & Counseling Center, the GSPP Community Clinic, International Education (Study Abroad) and the Career Center.

 

Campus Events & Observances

Beyond opportunities in the larger Denver/Colorado area, we have a number of on/near-campus events throughout the year: social/ community-building, educational and support. Visit our online calendar for upcoming events, and even a handy downloadable/printable 3-month summary.

In many cases, these are open to members of the community; so, even if you're considering joining us at DU, consider joining us!

 

Student Organizations

DU has a number of student-run clubs focusing on LGBTIQA and related issues including the Queer Straight Alliance (general student), OutLaws, Out 4 Business, Queer Equity Alliance (Social Work), Queerbels (Korbel School of Int'l Studies), and Jewish Rainbow Alliance (at Hillel). Details and contact info at www.du.edu/cme/lgbtiqa_campus.html#orgs

And, if your academic area or interest isn't represented, CME can help spread the word as you form a new org (through Undergraduate Student Government or respective graduate program governing body).

 

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