Resources & Services
The LGBT Queer Resource Center strives to provide students with the resources and training needed to become a successful student at California State University, Fullerton. There are a list of campus and community resources that we find may be useful for undergraduates, graduates, staff, and faculty.
One of the ways the LGBT Queer Resource Center provides students networking and leadership opportunities is by connecting students with the many organizations affiliated with the resource center. Below is a list of student organizations dedicated to the LGBTQ student experience at CSUF.
Queer Straight Alliance (QSA)
Queer Straight Alliance is an organization that provides a safe space for those in the queer community and their allies. This organization is social; however, QSA does touch upon topics dealing with social/educational justice, harassment, violence, privilege, and other related subjects.
QSA open their doors to anyone willing to have fun, meet new people, and learn. QSA prides themselves in being tolerant and respectful towards others and their differences.
Queer and Trans People of Color Collective
The Queer and Trans People of Color Collective promotes a space where individuals of the queer and transgender community can discuss the intersection of identities such as race, gender, sex, class, and abilities inherent to the community as well as to being of a student of color.
QTPOCC's mission is to enhance the CSUF community by promoting solidarity and empowerment, free expression, and acceptance of all individuals.
Weekly Meetings: Every other Thursday at 12p
Founded as a discussion group under the LGBTQ Resource Center in Fall 2015, Umbrell-A was previously known as A-Spectrum. Now an official club on campus, Umbrell-A is committed to maintaining a safe and educational space for asexual and aromantic individuals, as well as anyone else who may be curious about the organization or its knowledge base.
Umbrell-A frequently holds space for discussions, social events, and promotional events for asexual and aromantic awareness weeks, as well as other notable times, such as Pride Month.