The Queer Resource Center (QRC) is committed to building a campus culture at Warren Wilson that honors the dignity and value of people of all genders and sexual orientations. We uplift, support, and advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community on campus and provide training and resources about gender and sexual diversity to the community at large. The QRC's work is grounded in an intersectional approach to equity and collective wellbeing. We collaborate with the Queer Student Union, WIDE, the Center for Student Wellbeing, the Office of Spiritual Life, and many other groups on campus.
Located upstairs in Dodge House, the QRC is home to a resource library, gathering space, and our LGBTQ+ Coordinator's office. The QRC runs regular social and educational programming, from movie nights to support and affinity groups, allyship trainings, sex ed workshops, Pride, Drag Show, Trans Awareness Week, and more. The LGBTQ+ Coordinator is available for student support and advocacy and works to promote LGBTQ-friendly policies on campus, such as All Gender bathrooms and inclusivity trainings for staff and faculty.
Other LGBTQ+ resources on campus include the Queer Student Union (QSU), an active student-led organization that provides peer support and runs their own rich array of programs. Additionally, Warren Wilson offers students LGBTQ-community-oriented residential options in our Alliance dorm and floor.
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