Outreach & Support
All of the following groups provide support and community for LGBTQA people at UVM. Some of them are specific to students; others are inclusive of staff and faculty:
ALANA Student Center
The ALANA Student Center (ASC) fully supports the holistic development of ALANA (African, Latino(a), Asian, and Native American) and Bi/Multiracial students so that as confident students of color they attain their goals for academic achievement, personal growth, identity formation, and cultural development. Contact: email@example.com.
Free To Be
UVM's LGBTQA student alliance, entirely student run and recognized by the Student Government Association (SGA). Free To Be's mission is "to actively work on creating a safe space for people of all sexualities, gender icentities, and individualities within ourselves and the GLBTA and UVM communities. The club welcomes everyone who is interested and has many members who are allies. It is active throughout the year, with events drawing anywhere from 40 to 300 people. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hearts Not Parts
Hearts Not Parts is a bisexual/Pansexual/Ally. Meetings are relaxed, ranging from informal discussions to fun games.
QPOC (Queer People of Color) is a support group for students, faculty, and staff at the
SPECTRUM is a program offered at the UVM Living/Learning Center. Their mission is for participants to educate themselves and others about the multiplicities of sexual orientation, the possibilities of gender, and the ever-changing queer identities present on our campus, in our state, our country, and the world at large. The SPECTRUM program includes safe-space housing for students who identify with any sexual or gender identity, including but not limited to heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, pansexual, transgender, transsexual, intersex, queer, questioning, or allies of this community. Contact: Windy Paz-Amor.
The Women's Center
The Women's Center values and celebrates the multiplicity of women's lives; recognizes the intersections of gender, race, sexual orientation, economic status, and other significant aspects of individual and cultural identity; accepts responsibility for opposing injustice; and commits itself to service to the University and larger communities.Contact: email@example.com.
The Unity Lounge
This new affirming safe space, on the third floor of the Davis Center, is currently in development by the UVM LGBTQA community.
461 Main St., 207 Allen House, 802.656.8637, firstname.lastname@example.org
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