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Multi-Identity Art Collective

Multi-Identity Art Collective is an intersectional art group geared toward no one in particular because we take everyone! Humans of all artistic skill levels, specialties, and identities are welcome to join us. We hold art workshops and other social events! 

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Meeting digitally, check website for more information

Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM) is a national LGBTQ-affirming organization that aims to provide services and support for undergraduate students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and to create a dynamic network between undergraduates and professionals in industry and academia. For more information, check out their webpage at or their Facebook page!



Queer/Trans People of Color is a student org that creates a safe space to dialogue, educate, and socialize around LGBTQ+ identified people of color. For more information about QTPOC, contact

Please follow this link for information about our Graduate Student Groups


Discussion Groups


Trans and Gender Diverse Group

Tuesdays 3:30–4:30pm, Week 2 (10/10) – Week 10 (12/5)
Are you questioning your gender? Do you need a space to discuss your gender identity with others who may be going through the same thing? This group allows students to explore their thoughts and feelings related to their gender identity. Join this group to build community, share experiences, and get support while navigating the world outside the gender binary. No matter where you are on the gender spectrum, you are welcome here!

Location: Cross Cultural Center
Contact(s): Taylor McCavanagh, PsyD; 
Mely Quiroz; 
Tay Richardson;


Coming Out Group

Tuesdays 2–3pm, Week 2 (10/10) – Week 10 (12/5)
The Coming Out group is a place to meet and gain support while discussing your sexual and/or gender Identities in a  confidential setting. This group is for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, straight, or questioning folks who are coming out, considering coming out or may already be out. Topics are determined by group participants and can include stress, fear, anxiety, loneliness, family/cultural issues, excitement and celebration with regard to coming out. Coming out is an ongoing process in life for the LGBTQ+ community, all are welcome.

Location: Cross Cultural Center
Contact(s): Taylor McCavanagh, PsyD;  
Mely Quiroz; 
Tay Richardson;