The staff of the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center work to advocate for LGBTQ students, staff, and faculty on campus, while educating the campus community to create an environment of inclusivity and equity.
Please see the tabs below for the next upcoming LGBTQ or Trans Allyship Trainings. There are separate training sessions for students and staff/ faculty, which are labeled below. If you are a PhD or Masters student and have a supervisory or teaching role with undergraduate students, we encourage you to attend the staff/faculty training option.
If you have a group of 10 or more and are interested in a training specifically for your department or organization, please reach out to Jaime Estepa at email@example.com.
QTBIPOC Student Experiences Project
In the winter of 2018, the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center began work on a qualitative needs assessment of the experiences of UCLA’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, asexual, aromantic, and intersex (LGBTQIA+) graduate and undergraduate Black, Indigenous, Students of Color (BIPOC). LGBTQ CRC Intern (and now undergraduate alumna and UCLA graduate student) Vanessa Warri launched and led this project, and in the 2019–20 academic year, Smriti Nagarajan joined the research team. The results of this assessment project will guide the work of the UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center as we enter our 25th year.
Student Advocacy Committee
In Winter 2020, the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center launched the UCLA LGBTQ Student Advocacy Committee, a leadership development opportunity for UCLA graduate and undergraduate students to address LGBTQIA+ related concerns on campus. The Committee is organized into subcommittees based on two issue areas (for example, supporting Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous Students and Health and Wellness, etc.). Issue areas may fluctuate each academic year, depending on campus advocacy priorities and committee members’ interests. All committee members are supervised by the Director of the UCLA LGBTQ Campus Resource Center. General subcommittee members are also supported by the four Subcommittee Co-Leads, who work in pairs to oversee their assigned subcommittee/issue areas.