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Save the Dates - Winter LGBTQ Happenings
  • Wednesday, January 18 - Unity Hour at the LGBTRC
  • Saturday, January 21 - Underground Dance (Residence Life)
  • Tuesday, January 24 - "Mind/Game" Film Screening & Talk with Chamique Holdsclaw
  • Wednesday, February 1 - Black Lives Matter Movement with founders Alicia Garza & Patrisse Cullors
  • Friday-Saturday, February 3-4 - ¡Presente! Conference
  • Wednesday, February 8 - Midterms Study Break
  • Thursday, February 9 - Endgame: AIDS In Black America screening & dialogue
  • Thursday-Friday, February 24-25 - 3rd Asterisk Trans* Conference
Preferred Names for UCR Students Now Available Via R'Web

The UCR students have the option of creating a Preferred Name for use on campus. FAQs are online as a PDF here: http://registrar.ucr.edu/docs/preferred-name-faq.pdf

You are able to use a Preferred Name on your R'Card, iLearn, R'Web, iEval, the faculty grade rosters in iGrade, and for departmental reporting purposes. Students have many reasons for wanting to use a Preferred Name, whether because they use a nick name, an “Americanized" name, or because they've chosen a name that reflects their gender identity.

If you are trans and your family or others are not aware of your chosen name at UCR, please consider that your R'Web account will show your Preferred Name if created. So, reflect before giving out password access to your R'Web account. Please also note info in the FAQs about the UCR Directory showing an email based on your Legal Name, even if you have created a Preferred Name. However, every student also has the right to opt out of the Directory. retreat.) 

Download Our Smart Phone App

You can download RIGHT NOW a new App to your smart phone all about the LGBT Resource Center at UCR! It is both iPhone- and Android-Friendly. Features include events info, Faces of Pride, UCR Out List, announcements in-box, the UCR Trans Guide, student groups info, links to applications and registration forms, etc. Search for "UCR" in your phone's app store and download the Guidebook, or link to the landing page. Open the app on your phone and select the LGBTRC Guide to download.

UC Riversider Converts 111 Restrooms to Gender Inclusive Facilities

Responding to a directive from the UC Office of the President, UCR has converted 111 restrooms on campus to gender inclusive facilities. Each single-occupancy restroom has new signage. In addition, all new construction as well as buildings under heavy renovation must include gender inclusive facilities. By this summer, additonal building signage will direct people to the nearest gender inclusive facility if there is not one available in the building.

To find gender inclusive restrooms, visit the UCR campus map and zoom in until you see the circle-triangle symbol. Click on the symbol and room number details will become visible on the left-hand side of the window. ADA-compliant facilities information is also available on the online campus map. 

UC Riverside Named a Top-10 Trans-Friendly Campus in U.S.

From The Advocate (8/15/12):

"...UC Riverside (UCR) is one of the country’s most active colleges in educating the campus about trans people.  Through its LGBT Resource Center, UCR offers an ally training program specifically about the experiences of trans people, and it commemorates the Transgender Day of Remembrance through a series of posters displayed around campus that feature individuals who have been murdered because of their gender identity or expression.  Complimenting this effort, the center is currently developing a poster project of important living trans figures, with a focus on trans people of color.  In 2005, UCR was the first public college in the U.S. to offer gender-inclusive housing for both incoming and returning students.  This year, the college collaborated with eight other campuses to organize the country’s first intercampus retreat for trans/genderqueer and gender-questioning college students, building on a highly successfully trans retreat at UC Irvine in 2011."

  • Register for campus-wide LGBTQ Trainings: Register online through the UCR Learning Center web site: http://ucrlearning.ucr.edu. Search for Transgender and the course options will pop up: LGBT Cultural Competency Training Friday, October 28, 2016, 2pm to 5pm @ HUB 367;  Creating a Trans-Inclusive Workplace Friday, November 18, 2016, 3pm to 5pm @ HUB 268.
  • Submit a workshop proposal for a UCR LGBTQ Conference: Submit a workshop proposal for the ¡Presente! Conference by clicking here, or submit a workshop proposal for the Asterisk Trans* Conference by clicking here

 

FACES OF PRIDE

  • Brandon
    Brandon
    Class of 2017
    Chemical & Environmental Engineering
    "I am proud to be comfortable in my own skin."
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  • Brenda
    Brenda
    Class of 2019
    Psychology
    "I am proud to be female, pansexual, and a Netflix obsessed loser. "
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  • Eric
    Eric
    Class of 2017
    Anthropology
    "I am proud to be a gay Latino man. "
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  • Mark
    Mark
    Class of 2016
    Dance
    "I am proud to be who I am, in all my different ways."
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  • Michael
    Michael
    Class of 2019
    Bioengineering
    "I am proud to be a mixed race, pansexual man at UCR. #oaklandish"
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  • Randy
    Randy
    Class of 2017
    Bioengineering
    "I am proud to be a Gaysian."
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  • Sydney
    Sydney
    Class of 2019
    Psychology
    "I am proud to be an introverted ace/aro feminist. "
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  • Willy
    Willy
    Class of 2016
    English
    "I'm proud to be a gay, Christian man."
  • Addie
    Adeline "Addie" Gomez
    Class of 2013
    Bioengineering
    "I am proud to have 'swagg.'"
  • Alix
    Alix
    Class of 2012
    Creative Writing
    "I am proud to be addicted to learning and proud to be genderqueer."
  • Pakhchian
    Annette Pakhchian
    Class of 2012
    Political Science
    "I'm proud to be an open-minded individual."
  • Anthony
    Anthony
    Class of 2013
    Business Administration and Global Studies
    "I am proud to be a member of student organization, Queer People of Color."
  • Ashlee
    Ashlee
    Class of 2015
    Pre-Med
    "I am proud to be a member of the LGBT community, to be a part of Queer People of Color and to be accepting of all of God's creatures."
  • Bradley
    Bradley
    Class of 2013
    English
    "I am proud to be part of the LGBT community."
  • Harrington
    Caitlin Harrington
    Class of 2015
    History
    "I am proud to be a friend, daughter, sister and straight ally! I am proud to be me."
  • Chloe
    Chloe
    Class of 2014
    Business Management
    "I am proud to be pretty, witty and gay."
  • Cody
    Cody Housepian
    Class of 2014
    Psychology
    "I am proud to be a strong individual."
  • Connie
    Connie
    Class of 2012
    History and Women's Studies
    "I am proud to be a fightin' feminist ally!"
  • Martinez
    Crystal Martinez
    Class of 2014
    Sociology
    "I am proud to be a queer Mexican, and to be a member of the LGBT community."
  • Danie
    Deka
    Class of 2015
    Creative Writing and Anthropology
    "I am proud to be a multiethnic, multiracial Queer persyn, college student and current member of Gamma Rho Lambda. Whoop!"
  • Elia
    Elia
    Class of 2013
    Women's Studies
    "I am proud to be a Puerto Rican feminist-lesbian."
  • Eva
    Riki
    Class of 2014
    Environmental Science
    "I am proud to be multicultural, multiethnic and pansexual."
  • Heather
    Heather
    Class of 2012
    Anthropology and Women's Studies
    "I am proud to be an Alpha class member of Gamma Rho Lambda."
  • Huong
    Huong
    Class of 2014
    Business
    "I am proud to be a leader and bisexual!"
  • JamieR
    Jaime G. Raygoza
    Class of 2014
    Sociology and Creative Writing Minor
    "I am proud to be a gay writer, brother, son and friend."
  • Weaver
    Jamaul Weaver
    Class of 2015
    Neuroscience
    "I am proud to be a passionate activist of the LGBT community who identifies as gay."
  • james-smith
    James C. Smith
    Associate Director for Residence Life
    "I am proud to work on a campus with so many amazing people."
  • Jason
    Jason
    Class of 2014
    Pre-Business
    "I am proud to be a brother of Beta Phi Delta."
  • JessicaW
    Jess Huizar
    "I am proud to be the first person in my family to go to college, and to also be a queer lesbian."
  • JessicaH
    Jessica “Squeeze” Wuerth
    Class of 2014
    Sociology
    "I am proud to be myself, the way I am."
  • Sy
    Joann Sy
    Class of 2014
    Biochemistry
    "I am proud to be a straight ally."
  • Santos
    Jorge Delos Santos
    Class of 2014
    Women's Studies
    "I am proud to be a role model."
  • Montoya
    Joseph Montoya
    Class of 2015
    International Affairs and Foreign Language
    "I am proud to be active in the LGBT community."
  • Kafele
    Kafele J. Khalfani
    Staff
    "I am proud to be a snarky, gay, black, democrat, feminist."
  • Katherine
    Katherine Delos Reyes
    Class of 2013
    Political Science
    "I'm proud to be an open-minded individual."
  • KevinChan
    Kevin Chan
    Class of 2014
    Chemical Engineering
    "I am proud to be a gay engineer."
  • Karen
    Karen Huynh
    Class of 2015
    Biological Sciences
    "I am proud to be a pre-med, bisexual and Asian student."
  • Neuhaus
    Meta Neuhaus
    Class of 2014
    Biology
    "I am proud to be bisexual, and proud that I was able to connect to my family and friends."
  • Nancy
    Nancy Jean
    Director
    LGBT Resource Center
    "I am proud to be a radical bureaucrat from Texas who is lesbian and Lebanese. Whoop!"
  • Nicolas
    Nicolas
    Class of 2015
    Psychology, Law and Society
    "I am proud to be a gay nerd."
  • Rachel
    Rachel Schneider
    Class of 2016
    Media and Cultural Studies
    "I am proud to be ceaselessly dedicated to causes I’m passionate about, a hardcore bargain shopper, a human rights advocate and a member of the LGBT community."
  • Gandara
    Rigoberto Gandara
    Class of 2013
    English and Women's Studies
    "I am proud to be Chican@, vegan, anarchist, queer, feminist, and to be a student, Peer Connections peer mentor, and an officer in Queer People of Color and La Familia."
  • Tams
    Tams
    Class of 2014
    Neuroscience
    "I am proud to be awesome."
  • Grove
    Tim Grove
    Class of 2013
    Media and Cultural Studies/Theatre
    "I am proud to be a unicorn (don't tell me I don't exist)."
  • Toi
    Toi
    Program Coordinator
    LGBT Resource Center
    "I am proud to be a resource for students at UCR."
  • VincentP
    Vincent Pancucci
    Class of 2010
    Sociology, LGBIT studies minor
    "I am proud to be a queer, multiethnic, HIV/AIDS activist and alumnus of UCR."
  • zack
    Zack
    Class of 2015
    Psychology & Women’s Studies
    "I am proud to be an ally to those who have different lived experiences then myself."
  • nicole
    Nicole
    Class of 2016
    Anthropology
    "I am proud to be the first person in my family to go to college and to be a bisexual woman. ."
  • trick
    Trick Nguyen
    Class of 2018
    Biochemistry
    "I am proud to be different!"
  • eli
    Eli Brown
    Class of 2015
    Creative Writing
    "I am proud to be gender-queer and multi-ethnic."
  • lex
    Lex Soto
    Class of 2015
    Gender and Sexuality & Ethnic Studies
    "I am proud to be a Chicana Queer from Riverside who is involved in activism and social justice."
  • daniel
    Daniel
    Class of 2015
    Psychology
    "I am proud to be a gay Mexican."
  • ash
    Ash Preston
    Class of 2015
    English, LGBIT Minor
    "I am proud to be a queer transgender Highlander."
  • katie
    Katie
    Class of 2016
    Computer Science
    "I am proud to be an anime fan girl!"

 

 

 

 

 

 

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