30 Years of R’Pride
Let’s Show R’Pride Together
We made history as the first campus in California to have a professionally staffed LGBT resource office when our doors opened in 1993. In 1996, we became the first campus in California to offer an LGBT studies minor. In 2005, we were the first public university in the nation to offer a gender-neutral housing option to all students. Now we celebrate 30 Years or R’Pride and ask you to join us.
Your support of UCR’s LGBTRC 30th anniversary is a great way to show support for our students and the programs that support them. We invite you to participate in our 30 Anniversary events and to show your financial support as you’re able.
Together, we can ensure R’Pride thrives and grows at UCR for another 30 years – and beyond!
2023 Lambda Celebration – 30 Years of R’Pride
Join us for 30 Years of R’Pride at the Lambda Celebration on Tuesday, June 6, 2023, 6-8pm @ HUB 302 South as we join in community with students, staff, faculty, and alumni. Enjoy a buffet dinner, a slide show of photo memories from the past 30 years, a featured alumni speaker, presentations of the Lambda Awards and LGBTQIA Student Leadership Scholarship, and recognition of our graduating students. We extend a special welcome to our returning alumni. This event is free. RSVP online here.
Support LGBTQ+ Highlanders NOW!
Your donation during LGBTRC’s 30th anniversary is more than a symbol of R’Pride — it’s a vital gift to help students who don’t know if they can financially survive for a day, a week, a month, or a year. Please stand with us in supporting our LGBTQ+ Highlanders with a gift today.
Riverside LGBTQ+ History Panel at the Civil Rights Institute
What are Riverside's key moments of LGBTQ+ history? How has the local LGBTQ+ community changed over the past 50 years, and what does the future hold? Join us at The Civil Rights Institute of Inland Southern California on May 6 @ 2:30pm for a panel discussion of local LGBTQ+ organizers, activists, and trailblazers. This event is free and open to the public, with support from The Civil Rights Institute, UCR Residential Life, and UCR's LGBT Resource Center.
Riverside LGBTQ+ History Tour
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