A campus for all
Creating a campus that is welcoming to all means providing a space for all gender expressions that is free of homophobia, heterosexism, and gender bias. We work to create a positive experience for all students by providing educational and support resources. Our campus has been recognized as one of the top 25 schools for LGBTQIA+ students and we are dedicated to making sure you have a positive college experience.
LGBTQA3 Office Hours
Monday–Friday: 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
*Hours are subject to change.
Please contact the office for updated hours.
Through education and support, we are committed to our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, aromantic, and ally students. Within the LGBTQA3 office, located in the Erb Memorial Union (EMU), you can meet with professional staff, receive support, and learn about ways to be involved with the LGBTQIA+ community. The UO strives to create an environment of inclusivity, respect, and encouragement for all of our students.
Out List & Allies List
The Out List is a list of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who wish to publicly acknowledge and celebrate that they are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, aromantic, and/or allies (LGBTQIA+). The Allies List are UO community members who openly declare their support for LGBTQIA+ individuals, work to create safe and welcoming spaces, practice using inclusive language, and believe in treating everyone with dignity.
Living in the residence hall communities is an excellent way to meet and grow with other students who are passionate about the same things you are. The gender inclusive hall revolves around students who are committed to gender inclusion and equity. Because of this, you can room with students of any gender identity or biological sex. This hall also houses the academic residential community LGBTQIA+ Scholars. Here we welcome open and honest discussions about sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and queer theory.
Bridges Panel Program
Bridges is designed to facilitate honest dialogue to educate people about the truth and diversity of the lives of LGBTQIA+ individuals. Bridges is also intended as a place to share stories and ask questions as a way of creating a stronger community between all identities. It is one of the many ways that we hope to create a society free of gender bias, homophobia, and prejudice.
OUT Reach concentrates on engaging and empowering LGBTQIA+ students. We assist in connecting you with resources relating to well-being and academic success. Many of our members attend campus programs and events to ensure students are aware of available resources and services. We also host programs centered around gender identity and expression as well as connect existing students with UO LGBTQIA+ alumni.
Queer Ally Coalition
Our mission is to reduce homophobia, transphobia, heterosexism, and gender bias on campus. We work to create an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance for all members of our community that is inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities. We visibly identify allies and organize trainings in order to facilitate more open dialogue and expand our understanding of the issues facing our community. We welcome anyone wanting to learn more about the LGBTQIA+ community.
The university has a variety of resources and services if you are currently in or hoping to begin the process of transitioning while attending the university. There can be any number of pieces involved in the transitioning process and we are here to help.
In addition to our programs and services, there are several student-run organizations on our campus all focused on promoting awareness, education, support, and appreciation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer issues.
University Committee on Sexual Orientation, Attraction, Gender Identity, and Expression
Formerly the Committee for LGBTQIA+ Concerns, this committee promotes equality and equity for UO community members. This charge is accomplished by eliminating all types of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in university policies, practices, programs, facilities, and services.