The mission of the LGBT Resource Center is to create an inclusive and sustainable space of self-discovery for the LGBT community within the University of Georgia. We support and affirm every student inclusive of sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, and expression. The LGBT Resource Center serves as a space by which all members of the University of Georgia community can engage and explore issues associated with sexual and gender identities. This mission is achieved by our commitment to an intersectional social justice framework, leadership development, and equity.
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Saturday, April 24th 2021
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Event Location:Tate Grand Hall
45 Baxter Street
Lavender Graduation is a cultural celebration that acknowledges the achievements and contributions of LGBT graduate and undergraduate students on UGA’s campus. Through this recognition, LGBT students are provided with a positive experience at the university, encouraging them to continue their connections to the university, other students, and other alumnus.
Students can register for themselves and one guest here.More Details
Currently, LGBTRC staff are working remotely and are not physically present in Memorial Hall due to UGA’s COVID-19 guidance. However, our staff will work to engage students online during the instruction suspension and when classes resume. LGBTRC’s service continuity information can be found by clicking “Read More” below.