A campus for all

Creating a campus that is welcoming to all means providing a space for all sexual orientations, attractions, gender identities, and gender expressions that is free from transphobia, heterosexism, homophobia, and gender bias of any kind. We work to create a positive experience for all students, faculty, staff, and visitors 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 and inclusive college experience.

Trans Celebration Events


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.

Getting Connected

Through education, engagement, and support, we are committed to our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, aromantic, and ally students' success. 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.


OUTList & Queer Ally Coalition Membership List

The OUTList is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and alumni who wish to publicly acknowledge and celebrate their lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, aromantic, agender, and/or ally (LGBTQIA+) identities. Queer Ally Coalition members are UO community members who have attended a four hour workshop and agreen to 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.


Gender-inclusive Housing

Living in any residence hall community is an excellent way to meet and grow with other students who are passionate about the same things you are. The Gender Equity Hall is for 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, attraction, gender identity, and expression, as well as queer theory, prejudice, and oppression.

Bridges Panels

Bridges is a panel program designed to facilitate honest dialogue that educates people about the truth and diversity of the lives of LGBTQIA+ individuals. Bridges panels provide an opportunity to share stories and ask questions in a way that fosters understanding, appreciation, and respect through the sharing of personal stories. Bridges volunteers believe that sharing our stories is the most effective way to create positive change in the world as we work to create a society free from transphobia, heterosexism, homophobia, gender bias, prejudice, and injustice.

OUTreach

OUTreach concentrates on engaging and empowering LGBTQIA+ current and prospective students. Many of our members attend campus programs and events to make sure you connect with us, our community, and resources relating to your well-being and academic success. Our team hosts GSA Visit Day, where prospective students connect with the UO and develop leadership skills, equipping them to create positive change in their high schools.

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. 


Resources

Transition Support

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.

Student Organizations

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

The committee serves the University of Oregon by ensuring that the concerns of the LGBTQIA+ campus community are acknowledged and addressed. The committee strives to ensure that the UO is a welcoming and supportive campus for LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, staff, community members, and visitors.


EventsCalendar of Events

May 1
Pride Week 201712:00 a.m.

The LGBTQA3 and LGBT Education and Support Services is sponsoring our annual University of Oregon’s Pride Week. Pride Week is a chance for everyone to explore and understand...
May 1–5
Various Locations

The LGBTQA3 and LGBT Education and Support Services is sponsoring our annual University of Oregon’s Pride Week.

Pride Week is a chance for everyone to explore and understand the variety and complexity of issues facing LGBTQIA+ people in a pre-dominantly white, cisgender, heterosexual culture. The week is a chance to celebrate the incredible work and activism of LGBTQIA+ people. It is a yearly reminder of the history of the LGBTQIA+ community and a time to reenergize ourselves for the next year of work towards liberation.

There are various events happening during Pride Week 2017, including:

May 2nd – Pride Picnic and Intersectionality FairMay 3rd – Miss Major, Keynote SpeakerMay 4th – Black & Pink Letter WritingInformation about these events and the rest of the Pride Week activities can be found on University of Oregon Calendar.

May 2
Diversity Career Night5:00 p.m.

GET INSPIRED // MAKE CONNECTIONS // FEEL EMPOWERED Join us for Diversity Career Night to connect with local and regional employers interested in talking with you! Diversity...
May 2 5:00 p.m.–8:00 p.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU), EMU Ballroom

GET INSPIRED // MAKE CONNECTIONS // FEEL EMPOWERED

Join us for Diversity Career Night to connect with local and regional employers interested in talking with you!

Diversity Career Night:

Open to all students
Focused on underrepresented students and alums (including persons of color, those who identify as LGBTQ, persons with disabilities and veterans)
Great opportunity to engage with employers
Participate in a professional development workshop
Hear from inspiring speaker Roy Juarez Jr. who's dedicated his life to creating positive change in communities across the country. REGISTER HERE