The mission of First-year Queer Alliance is to support first-year LGBTQIA+ and allied students to develop strategies for a successful first year by creating a connection to GVSU, the LGBT Resource Center, and the queer and allied community.
Through participating in FQA, students will…
FQA meets Mondays at 8pm in the LGBT Resource Center, 1161 Kirkhof. Sign up through orgsync to get email updates about our kick-off events!
The mission of Loud & Queer is to empower second-year and beyond LGBT and allied students to lead authentic lives, to challenge systems of gender and sexuality, and to work for social justice by fostering a community of learning, celebration and solidarity.
L&Q is for LGBTQIA+ and allied students who are interested in building community, connecting with the LGBT Resource Center and exploring how the systems of gender and sexuality impact their lived experiences.
Through participation in L&Q students will…
L&Q meets Mondays at 9pm in the LGBT Resource Center. Sign up through orgsync to receive meeting updates!
T2 meets on Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Center (1161 Kirkhof Center)
This weekly group is a place for Trans and Non-binary students, as well as anyone who is questioning or exploring their gender, to safely and freely express themselves.
Meetings include discussions, games, educational sessions and community building.
Ace of Clubs meets on the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 9:00 p.m. in the center (1161 Kirkhof Center)
This is a group for all GVSU students who identify on the asexual or aromantic spectrums.
Meetings include discussion, activities, and an overall supporting community.
From the website:
"GVSU features the Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center. The Center is staffed by a full-time director, assistant director and program coordinator. Added to the staff are a graduate assistant, 6 student aids, and a 23-member advisory council. With a vision that includes a strong focus on social justice the Milton E. Ford LGBT Resource Center leaders believe that 'the current economic system does not serve the interests of the majority of people and that economic justice must be part of all our social justice work for the future'".