Getting Involved

Getting Involved

Getting Involved

Interested in finding your people? In connecting with the queer community on campus? We have several opportunities for LGBTQIA+ identifying students and their allies to come together in community. Facilitators and meeting time often change semester to semester so please contact or 719-255-3447 for more information.

Student Groups Facilitated by LGBT+ Resource Center Staff

Queer and Questioning Discussion Group 

This space is for students who are in a process of discovery and exploration about their sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or a combination thereof. Students will have an opportunity to share their experiences with peers in an open and inclusive environment. Please contact or 719-255-3447 for more information.

LGBTQ Non-Trad and Grad Discussion Group 

This is a space for LGBTQ non-traditional and/or graduate students to meet like-experienced people and provide support for each other, both academically and professionally. Who is a Non-Traditional Student? A non-traditional student is a student whose life experiences separate them from the traditional student.  Life experiences include, but are not limited to:

  • A delay in post-secondary education immediately after high school graduation

  • Returning student/transfer student

  • Have children or other dependents

  • Military/Veteran

  • Work full time

Student Groups Facilitated by Student Leaders

Trans Student Union is a student-led club whose mission is to provide a safe and fun environment for Transgender and Intersex students. Transmission seeks to provide trans, gender nonconforming, and intersex students a voice through political activism and social and emotional support. Contact for more information.      

SPECTRUM is a student-led LGBTQIA alliance. Spectrum welcomes students and community members of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Spectrum provides a space for members to meet, share experiences, and support each other. Allies are always welcome of course too! Contact for more information.      

QTPOC Discussion Group

This is a peer-to-peer discussion group that provides a space to discuss the experiences of, and the issues that impact Queer/LGBTQIA identifying people of color and Two Spirit people. This group provides a safe environment for students to connect, share experiences, and support each other. All are welcome to attend!

Support MOSAIC Students (Giving Page)

To support MOSAIC you can visit our giving page, or contact Zuleika Johnson, Associate Director of Development at UCCS at or at 719.255.5105.