We facilitate and enhance a brave, affirming, liberatory, and celebratory environment for students, faculty, staff, and alumni of all sexual and gender orientation, identities, and expressions.

The University of Washington Q Center is a fierce primarily student run resource center dedicated to serving anyone with a gender or sexuality: UW students, staff, faculty, alum, and community members.  We host and support student groups, put on regular programming events, house a lending library, and amplify student voices on our Student Blog.  Explore our website for more about us or stop by the Husky Union Building, Room 315 Monday-Friday between 10am-6pm.


The Q Center website will be undergoing redesign renovations! For inquiries about the website or if you’re having difficulties locating website content, please email uwqcwebmaster@gmail.com.




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Hey everyone, looking for something to do over the summer? The Queer Rock Camp might be what you're looking for! The QRC will be having a Welcome/Info Session the 23rd (this Sunday) at Beacon Hill Library from 1:30pm-2:30pm.

A little about Queer Rock Camp:

"During QRC youth learn a new instrument, form bands, attend all kinds of rad workshops related to music, identity, and empowerment, work with amazing queer and trans mentors and volunteers, write original music, and perform at a totally badass, tear-jerking showcase. The last four summers our program has taken place in Olympia, but this coming summer we are running a second camp in Seattle as well!"

Attached to this post is a flier containing some more information about QRC.
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Don't forget, the open mic for TDOR is tonight! Come, share, support! 7pm in the Q Center on UW campus. 3rd floor of the Husky Union Building. Facebook event here: www.facebook.com/events/673719026076898/ ... See MoreSee Less

TDOR Open Mic

November 21, 2014, 7:00pm

Q Center (HUB 315)

In honor of Trans Day of Remembrance, we are having another Open Mic Night! As this slam is centered around TDOR, we would ask that people avoid speaking more than twice to allow others the chance to speak. That said, come sing, dance, slam poems, or tell stories about your experiences. And if that's not your gig, we would love for you to listen and support others. If you're unsure, but maybe interested in performing, you may contact Natalie Yocum via Facebook or email (qprog1@uw.edu) to check in or ask for support. You don't have to talk to Natalie to speak at the open mic, but the option is there if it makes you more comfortable ^_^ ----------------------- The HUB is wheelchair accessible, with two elevators to take you to the third floor. There is also a gender neutral bathroom down the hall from the Q Center. We also ask that you not wear strong perfumes to respect others with chemical sensitivities. Thank you!

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Join us at the Kelly ECCT for a Trans* Day of Remembrance vigil in solidarity with the discussion about Ferguson. #TDOR #translivesmatter #blacklivesmatter ... See MoreSee Less

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TDOR Open Mic

November 21, 2014, 7:00pm

Q Center (HUB 315)

In honor of Trans Day of Remembrance, we are having another Open Mic Night! As this slam is centered around TDOR, we would ask that people avoid speaking more than twice to allow others the chance to speak. That said, come sing, dance, slam poems, or tell stories about your experiences. And if that's not your gig, we would love for you to listen and support others. If you're unsure, but maybe interested in performing, you may contact Natalie Yocum via Facebook or email (qprog1@uw.edu) to check in or ask for support. You don't have to talk to Natalie to speak at the open mic, but the option is there if it makes you more comfortable ^_^ ----------------------- The HUB is wheelchair accessible, with two elevators to take you to the third floor. There is also a gender neutral bathroom down the hall from the Q Center. We also ask that you not wear strong perfumes to respect others with chemical sensitivities. Thank you!

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