Queering a World Class Education: Centering Trans/Formational Space
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 or without 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.
We offer one-on-one advising for those in need of an open, empathetic, confidential and non-judgmental space.
The SAFER ZONE project is dedicated to educating and helping students, faculty, and staff learn how to create better spaces for queer and trans colleagues, coworkers, and friends.
Queer 101 is a credit/no credit discussion class offered through the CHID department that focuses on queer/LGBTQ issues through an intersectional and liberatory lens. These topics include history, (trans*) gender, sexuality, disability, class, access, race, age, bodies, normativity, religion, etc.
Questions by queers, for queers, answered by queers.
Check out the various LGBTQ-focused student groups on campus!