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LGBTQ+ Student Organizations & Discussion Groups Meeting for Fall Quarter

Get involved and find support by attending the many LGBTQ+ groups meeting inside the LGBT Resource Center in 245 Costo Hall.

  • Ace of Clubs - TBA
  • Asterisk - TBA
  • BlaqOUT Discussion - Fridays, 5pm
  • Grad Hours - TBA
  • Health Queers - Thursdays, 7pm, weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10
  • Kinky but Smart - Mondays, 1pm, weeks 3, 5, 7, 9
  • La Familia - TBA
  • NAMES & Neighbors - TBA
  • oSTEM - TBA
  • Queer Alliance - Thursdays, 5pm
  • Queer Association of APIs - Wednesdays, 1pm, weeks 4, 6, 8, 10
  • Queer & Trans People of Color - Mondays, 4pm
  • Trans Group - Thursdays, 1pm; speak with center staff for location
  • Tuesday Talks - Tuesdays, 5pm
 
Online Applications for T-Camp 2020 Now Open 

T-Camp: An InterCampus Retreat for Trans/Genderqueer & Gender Questioning Students is accepting applications through October 31 to attend. T-Camp will be held January 3-5, 2020. 

T-Camp is an intercampus retreat to explore gender identity and expression and to engage in dialogue with our peers. This event is specifically for students who are transgender, genderqueer, or gender questioning (TGQQ). Retreat facilitators include transgender and genderqueer community members, as well as campus LGBTQ+ resource professionals. We encourage you to apply for T-Camp if:

  • You are a TGQQ-identified college student
  • You wish to explore your own gender identity/expression and engage in dialogue with others
  • You wish to build community with your peers across multiple campuses and experiences
  • You wish to gain knowledge regarding trans issues, self-care and wellness, and accessing resources and support

Learn more about T-Camp.

 
Apply for the $1,000 Dr. Eugene A. Moynier Student Award by October 31 

The Dr. Eugene A. Moynier Student Award recognizes a UCR student whose career goal is in a helping profession (psychotherapist, social worker, teacher, counselor, etc.). A $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a recipient based on the following criteria:

  • Applicants may be undergraduate or graduate/professional students enrolled at UC Riverside
  • Applicants must have at least a 3.0 grade point average on a four-point scale
  • Applicants must have demonstrated involvement in volunteer service to marginalized populations
  • Applicants must also demonstrate a commitment to LGBT inclusivity

Click here to apply for the scholarship..

 
Download Our Smart Phone App

You can download the UCR Guide 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.

 

Students Can Now Use Preferred Names in their R'Mail Email Address

Once you have updated your preferred name in R'Web, you can now choose which email address to send email from.

Within R'Mail:
1. When composing a new email message, you will see a dropdown arrow on the “From” line
2. Click on the arrow and select the address you prefer to send from

*Note - If you want to always send from your preferred address, you'll need to change both your default "From" and "reply-to" address.

· Change default "From" address - To always send email from a different address or alias:

1. On your computer, open R'Mail
2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
3. Click the Accounts and Import or Accounts tab.
4. In the "Send mail as" section to the right of the address you want to use, click make default.

· Change default "reply-to" address

1. On your computer, open R'Mail
2. In the top right, click Settings Settings and then Settings.
3. Click the Accounts and Import or Accounts tab.
4. In the "Send mail as" section, click edit info next to your email address.
5. Click Specify a different "reply to" address.
6. Add a reply-to address.
7. If necessary, click Next Step.
8. Click Save Changes.

 

Students Can Now Update Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) Optional Demographic Info in Student Record

Since 2016, the UC Admissions Application has included optional demographic questions regarding sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI). Now UCR students can update this information, or add info if they were admitted to UCR before 2016, by using R'Web Self-Service. The UCR update form also expands the answer options compared to the UC Admissions Application form. Answering SOGI demographic questions is always optional.This information as a group will help UCR develop resources for a more inclusive campus environment. Individual student info, like all student record info, is protected by federal privacy laws. Check out the FAQs regarding SOGI data by clicking here .

 

Preferred Names for UCR Students Now Available Via R'Web Self-Serve

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-faqor visit the Registrar's FAQ page: http://registrar.ucr.edu/registrar/transcripts-grades-and-academic-records/change-of-name-or-address.html 

You are able to use a Preferred Name on your R'Card, R;Mail, iLearn, 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.

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