Be Yourself Here.
The mission of the LGBTQ Resource Center is to cultivate safe spaces on campus and within our Center’s programs, empowering LGBTQ students to develop their authentic identity, and become proud, successful, engaged members of the UH community.
Feb 24 5:30 pm
Queer & Trans People of Color Discussion Group
Feb 25 5:00 pm
Gregarious Games: Queer People of Color
Come on down to CDI for this fun evening of socializing, playing games, and great food and prizes.
Feb 25 5:30 pm
Transgender & Nonbinary Discussion Group
Mar 01 12:00 pm
AIDS Walk Houston
Identify as a student, faculty, staff or friend of UH? Join our team TODAY! Go Coogs!
Mar 02 5:30 pm
Bisexual/Pansexual Discussion Group
Meet Our Staff
Diversity Education Coordinator
Cougar Ally Training - This training assists faculty, staff, and students in increasing their awareness of issues that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender people face.
Affirm LGBTQ Ally Leadership Certificate - This program provides engaging workshops and programs that increase students’ knowledge and understanding of the lives of LGBTQ people.
SAGA Squad - The Sexuality and Gender Acceptance (SAGA) Squad is a student leadership program for the LGBTQIA+ and ally students.
Speakers Bureau - A speakers bureau consists of a panel of trained volunteers who are willing to speak about their lives and experiences.
Peer Mentoring Program - Do you need someone to talk to who understands what it means to be an LGBTQIA+ student at UH? Our mentors are here to help you work through various areas in your life:
Discussion Groups - Students are encouraged to facilitate discussion groups. Simply request to be trained. The LGBTQ Resource Center staff will contact you about training dates and provide any needed support.
Phone & Email
LGBTQ Resource Center
4465 University Dr. Rm. N201
Houston, TX 77204-4014
The UH LGBTQ Resource Center embraces diversity and inclusion, and recognizes our responsibility to foster an open, welcoming environment where students, faculty and staff of all backgrounds and identities can be their authentic selves.