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The Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Student Life is the hub for all LGBTQ student life at The University of Chicago. The Office serves LGBTQ students, questioning students, and allies in the College and graduate and professional schools, in order to create an inclusive and safe community by providing educational opportunities, building community, and serving as a resource for all students in the university.
LGBTQ Student Life’s 2014 OUTober keynote speaker, transgender activist CeCe McDonald, addresses racism, transphobia, and incarceration faced by transgender women of color. The keynote will take place at Bond Chapel at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 15. The program is hosted by the Office of LGBTQ Student Life and the Institute of Politics, and hosted by the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs and the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality.
I am writing to you to address several recent incidents where hurtful language has been used in a way that many view as dehumanizing to the LGBTQ community. Language that is used maliciously or carelessly to demean our community and perpetuate stereotypes is unacceptable, and creates an environment that feels unsafe to many, or as a personal attack to how we identify. The Office of LGBTQ Student Life is committed to ensuring that all LGBTQ students at the University of Chicago feel valued and are able to enjoy a safe, vibrant campus life.
Cubs game tickets are now available for the LGBTQ mentoring program’s annual fundraiser! Buy your tickets before they sell out!
Tickets are $5 each and may be purchased at 5710 South Woodlawn between 5 - 11 PM.
Alternate ticket purchase arrangements may be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Individuals are responsible for their own transportation to and from the game.
Chicago Cubs v. Arizona Diamonbacks Tuesday, April 22 7:05 PM Wrigley Field 1060 West Addison Street
The Office of LGBTQ Student Life and the University Registrar have developed a Preferred Name Policy, which allows students to indicate a 'preferred' name in myUChicago. The preferred name will initially be seen only on Class Rosters, Grade Rosters, and Chalk. It will appear in the Online Directory in late Autumn 2013.
The new policy broadly benefits students on campus. It comes about following the recommendations of a recent task force that looked at the experience of transgender students on campus.
Grammy-nominated contemporary Christian music artist Jennifer Knapp, who publicly came out in 2010, will perform Inside Out Faith at Rockefeller Chapel at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 10. The performance is sponsored by the Spiritual Life Office and Office of LGBTQ Student Life.