The LGBT Queer Resource Center (LGBTQRC) is a communitys pace for LGBTQ students and allies. Through the efforts of our campus community over the past few years, the center was originally under Associated Students Inc. which was formerly known as the ASI LGBT/Queer Resource Center in 2012. In 2015, Housing and Residence Life developed and implemented the Rainbow House, which serves as a themed living/learning community for LGBTQ and allies. In March of 2016, the collaborative works with students and ASI, the resolution to support LGBTQ student life passed. In July of 2016, the LGBTQRC transferred from ASI to Diversity Initiatives and Resource Centers. This guaranteed the center to be an institutionalized and permanent space on campus. When the LGBTQRC used to be in a singular office space of the Titan Student Union, now the LGBTQRC is located in the Pollak Library South. The center offers a space to connect, access resources, gain support with coming out, and educational opportunities to further explore identities and issues that currently impact the LGBTQ community.