The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Queer Resource Center (GLBTQRC) is here to help gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) students, staff, and faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder. We provide:
information dissemination and referral;
educational, cultural, and social programming;
advocacy and voice for the GLBTQIA community at the University of Colorado Boulder.
We work closely with other campus departments, organizations and community groups to provide these programs and services. Come by our center to check out resources, get involved, make new friends, have a quiet place to study, and more!
We are located in Center for Community (C4C) N450, and our office is open 9:00-6:00 Monday through Friday. For more information please contact us or call us at (303) 492-1377.
Here's some quick links to our most requested information:
Looking for a student group to join?
There are several in the GLBTQIA campus community, and the full list including meeting times and locations can be viewed on the student group page.
The Office of Discrimination and Harassment (ODH) addresses all protected class discrimination and harassment and
sexual harassment complaints against University of Colorado Boulder and System Administration employees.
Through either the informal resolution process or the formal investigative process, the ODH addresses conduct
ranging from uncomfortable situations and micro-aggressions to policy violations.
For example, the ODH could use the informal resolution process to address a situation in which a faculty member
does not intervene when students in a class frequently use the phrase, “Oh that’s so gay” or a situation in which
a professor singles out the only African American student in the class by asking him the question,
“What do you think about slavery?” because of his race. Additionally, the ODH could address a situation
where a supervisor uses the wrong name and/or pronoun to refer to a student employee who has transitioned
from one gender to another, causing the student to feel disrespected, uncomfortable, or embarrassed.
For more information on the ODH, including policy information and a full description of the ODH investigative
processes, please visit our website or contact us
via telephone at 303-492-2127.
Navigating Our Website
We have a wealth of resources and information within our website, so if this is your first time visiting or you need quick access to a specific page, follow the guide below for all pages on our website.
We at the GLBTQRC have a commitment to ensuring access to resources for all people. As part of this effort to continually strive for accessibility, we have ensured that our website is written with successfully validated code.
Follow us on Twitter @CU_GLBTQRC and on Facebook. For today's events and meetings please see our calendar.
News & Announcements
Lavender Graduation Registration is Now Open
Registration for the Lavender Graduation is now open for all graduating students (undergrad,graduate, or professional) who are graduating in 2013. Please see the Lavender Graduation Page for
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