We're ready to help you access resources, introduce you to organizations and show
you around the LGBT Resource Center. Call us, email or stop by 245 Costo Hall.
The center is open year-round except for holidays. Please see this calendar for closure dates.
WHEN SCHOOL IS IN SESSION
Monday-Thursday: 9am to 8pm
Friday: 9am to 6pm
DURING SUMMER, WINTER AND SPRING BREAKS
Monday-Friday: 9am to 5pm
PLEASE NOTE: Every Tuesday, from 5-6 p.m., the center is open only to Tuesday Talks participants.
Download the UC Riverside Campus 360 app to get instant interactive campus directions
on your handheld device or take a virtual tour.
LGBT Resource Center Address:
LGBT Resource Center
245 Costo Hall UCR
Riverside, CA 92521
UC Riverside Address:
900 University Avenue
Riverside, CA 92521
Driving Directions from Highway 60
Exit at University Avenue and turn Left
Turn right at the light onto West Campus Drive
Stop at the parking information kiosk in Lot 1 for a campus map and to obtain detailed information on all hourly and day pass parking
Finding Us On Campus
We are in 245 Costo Hall
- Costo Hall is located between the Student Services Building and the HUB
- Enter Costo Hall from the ground floor through the sliding doors under the "Student
- Go up the elevator or stairwell to the second floor
Walk down the hall and look for the purple door on the right.
For short-term parking, Lot 4 and Lot 6 both have pay-by-space dispensers that take debit or credit cards. Learn more about
short-term parking here.
All-day parking passes are available at the kiosk near Lot 1. You can pay for them with cash or check only. The person in the kiosk can direct
you to open parking closest to Costo Hall.
UC Permit Reciprocity
Free short-term and long-term parking is available to visitors owning a valid faculty
or staff commuter parking permit from other UC campuses. You must show your valid
UC campus permit. Lot restrictions apply. Stop at the kiosk by Lot 1 for your free parking pass.
Short-term and long-term disabled parking is located in parking lots throughout the
campus. These spaces are lined in blue and clearly marked. A DMV issued ADA (disabled)
placard or license plate is required and must be clearly visible to parking enforcement
officers or your vehicle will be cited. Since they may do so, people with these passes
may want to park in Lot 1. Stop at the kiosk for complete details.