Get Involved

csudh-qcrc-grand-opening-posterLooking to Work at the QCRC?

We can engage and offer our campus more and more with dedicated, passionate, and organized students who want to work with and for the LGBTQIA2+ community at Dominguez Hills! We have positions available for Graduate students looking to do their Student Practicum, Undergraduate Junior and Senior interns, and students who are eligible for workstudy. In April, position descriptions are posted for the following year's Practicums and Internships. If you have a project you would like to propose, please contact qcrc@csudh.edu with your proposal and your resume.


Want to Co-Sponsor or Collaborate on Events?

We are happy to work with other people and organizations to plan events together and to consult on your events to make them more friendly and competent for our communities.


Want to Meet People or Volunteer?

The QCRC has events every month where you can engage with queer culture, histories, and community. We aim to use events to engage and build community amongst diverse groups of students, staff, and faculty, and adapt to new needs and interests of our community. You can keep up to date on upcoming events through Torolink and on Instagram @csudhqueer. Here are some examples you might be interested in learn more about:

Queer Geek and Gaymers Nights

A monthly night where we gather LGBTQ+ Geeks, Gamers, and folks who love us to play video games, board games, card games, read comics, and build community. Everyone is welcome to come celebrate and enjoy queer geek culture! Show and tell your favorite queer geek characters, narratives, games, and canon. Join in on queer trivia and group games. Meet new folks and bring old friends. Sometimes, we just gotta have fun!
Co-hosted by Tabletop and Trading Card Gaming, Anime Club, E-sports, and the Queer Culture & Resource Center.

CSUDH Queer Hxtory Exhibit

“History of the LGBTQ+ Civil Rights Movement”

Exhibit opening celebrations: March 20, 2019
Exhibit open throughout Spring 2019.

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, over 30 posters document the LGBTQ movement between World War II and the Supreme Court marriage decision. In addition, the exhibition will feature magazines, posters, flyers, pulp books, sheet music, and other materials from the CSUDH LGBTQ Collection. The exhibition is located in the Library Arts Gallery, on the first floor of the Library near the globe sculpture. Hours are Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Classes are welcome. ​We are proud to partner with the Gerth Archives and Special Collections Department for this exhibit.

Trans and Queer Mixers

Meet-ups that happen periodically for a chance for people to come together and meet each other. Some mixers have been speed dating, lunches, socials, game nights, and off-campus trips. The last one of the quarter is on March 20th at 2:00 pm for students, and 4:00 for staff at the Queer Hxtory Exhibit. There are student-specific, staff- and faculty-specific, and mixed mixers.

Queer Pop-ups

We know you might not know us yet. So we are coming to you! On the east walkway, we will periodically set up a temporary Queer Culture & Resource Center pop-up. During these pop ups, you’ll find Hot Super Gay Free Coffee, Treats, and Swag. Meet Queer Staff, Faculty, and Students. Browse Our Queer and Trans Library Collection. Learn how to get involved and get in touch. Learn about LGBTQIA2+ services in the area. Share your story with people who can understand. Do a survey to inform our future space and programs. Not sure what you're looking for? Just kick it with us and hand out rainbow hearts to spread the love and remind folks we’re here, we’re queer, we’re scholars.

Dia de Los Muertos

Knowing and connecting with Queer ancestors is a vital way to learn more about our history, our culture, and how beautiful our legacy as queer and trans people is. In honor of the Dia De Los Muertos tradition, we host a space for celebration, mourning, remembrance, and learning about queer ancestors and relatives. We are honored to create an altar as a community and create space for one another.

Other big events include: National Coming Out Day, Queer Week, Queer Prom, Queer Self Love, Speed Dating, Workshops,  Resource Fairs, Transgender Day of Remembrance, Black Queer History, Social Media campaigns, and more.


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