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Welcome to the Associated Student's Queer Resource Center at Western Washington University! We are a student-funded, student-run office and we are here to provide you with resources, events, and community. Come stop by our office in the Viking Union 515! Like our page on Facebook to keep up with our updates!
 

Mission:

 

The Queer Resource Center (QRC) provides non-judgmental and unbiased programs, a safe space, and resources to both students who identify as queer and their allies. The QRC does this by reaching out and building community among Western students of diverse backgrounds, advocating for and educating about the queer identity through events and programs, creating and affirming positive self-identities, networking with queer clubs, providing peer counseling services, and addressing current issues relevant to the queer community on campus and beyond.

 

News:

Follow the QRC Facebook Page for up-to-date news and events!

 

Contact Us:

 

In Person: Viking Union 515, 516 High Street, Bellingham WA 98225 

(Directions from VU entrance: take the stairs or the elavator down one floor from the main floor that has the makret and cafe. Head east towards the Information Desk, and we are down the hallway that's to the left of the copier machine room. Ask the Information Desk for help finding us.)

 

Facebook Message: https://www.facebook.com/asQRCofWWU/

 

By Phone: (360) 650-6120

(This is not a guaranteed method of contacting us, because one of us may not be in the office when you call us.)

 

By Email: 

Community Engagement Coordinator - as.qrc.community.engage.coord@wwu.edu

Advocacy Coordinator - as.qrc.advocacy.coord@wwu.edu

Educational Programming Coordinator - as.qrc.educational.program.coord@wwu.edu

(There are three employees at the QRC, and there is no top 'director.' Feel free to contact one or all of us, as we are in communication with each other and are all equally capable and willing to help.)

 

Western Front Articles:

 

Queer and Women Centered Self-Defense Event Showed Need for Similar Workshops

Annual Drag Show Lights Up Western

Redefining Masculinity

LGBTQ+ Activist Sabina Neem Speaks at Western

Western Community Stands in Solidarity with Orlando

Transgender Week of Remembrance held on campus