What does the QRC do?
- The Lewis & Clark Queer Resource Center (QRC) is a student run resource center that seeks to provide support, resources, and advocacy for and on behalf of the queer community at L&C. Beyond providing support and resources, the QRC seeks to advocate on behalf of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, omnisexual, pansexual and allied community (LGBTQQAOPA). The QRC provides educational/informational programs to the L&C community through programs such as bringing SMYRCs Bridge 13 program to campus and hosting informal discussions called In[Queer]ies.
How does the QRC differ from UniSex?
- The QRC is a resource center made up and maintained by trained peer counselors who host daily drop-in hours for students who have questions on various subjects relating from anything from coming out to dating tips. While we do occasionally host social events, our primary aim is to foster and support a safe environment for individuals to seek advocacy, education, and support on queer issues. Sometimes individuals wish to speak in a one-on-one space to discuss personal issues which is why we are here!
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