What Is LGBTQ Programming?
By creating educational programs, fostering cross-campus collaborations, and advocating for the needs and concerns of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals, this office serves as a resource and support system for the LGBTQ students, staff, and faculty while educating the larger UHCL community about LGBT identities. Additionally, we strive to promote the personal growth, development, and empowerment of LGBT and their straight and cisgender advocates across campus.
In accordance with the university's mission to provide fair and equitable learning opportunities, we strive to cultivate a safe, accepting, and supportive campus environment which respects the diversity within our community. We encourage all members of the campus community to participate in the programs provided.
Services and Referrals
- Providing a space where individuals are supported, cared for, and empowered; seeking
to understand the perspectives and experiences of others within a non-judgmental framework.
- National Coming Out Day
- Transgender Day of Remembrance
- Women & LGBT Health Fair
- Pride Week
- Safe Zones Ally Training
Have an Idea for Programs You’d Like to See?
If you have an idea for a program or service you’d like to see offered on campus, contact the Women’s and LGBTQ+ Programming Coordinator Joshua Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org.