The mission of OUTreach is to engage and empower Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Aromantic, and Agender students at the University of Oregon.
OUTreach members volunteer throughout the year to introduce new and incoming students to programs on campus relating to the invitation, retention, well-being, and academic success of LGBTQIA+ and questioning students. Many of our OUTreach members help by tabling and attending campus programs to ensure students are aware of the resources on campus. OUTreach members work with the GSA Connects program by attending local GSA meetings, facilitating activities, and also being guides and leaders for the LGBTQIA+ campus visit events. Several of our OUTreach members work with the LGBTESS on special projects and initiatives. Some of these include programs on gender identity and expression, connecting with UO LGBTQIA+ alumni, and residence hall events.
Fill out OUTreach program application if you are interested in being part of our team.