Queer Awareness Week is almost here! 

***Out on Campus is located on the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and Stó:lō nations. These territories give us life thanks to the care taking work done by these nations since time immemorial. ***

{Queer Awareness Week 2016}
MBC 2290

What’s intersectionality got to do with it? Join us for a multi-media presentation facilitated by Love Intersections. We will hear from Jen Sungshine, David Ng, Andy Holmes, Kimberly Wong and Jane Agyekum. This event will include film screenings and discussion about the importance of intersectionality in queer community as well as how we can incorporate feminist perspectives into anti-oppression work. More about Love Intersections can be found here. 

***Register for the event here***

This event has been organized by our Education Team – thank you! 

{Queer Awareness Week 2016}
Room 3290, SFU Surrey Campus
Safer spaces foster safer communities. At Out on Campus, we strive to be a safer space for folks of all genders and sexualities. What does safety mean to you? And how can we work together to make spaces safer? This information session will introduce the concept and workings of safer space. 
This event has been organized by our Lounge Care Volunteer Team! Thank you for all your work. 
{Queer Awareness Week 2016}
MBC 2290

Leave your hate at the gate and bring your creativity! Come for an afternoon of queer crafting in a safer space hosted by Out On Campus. This is an opportunity to build community and individual expression. We will be making zines, buttons, bracelets/beading, and we will have sewing supplies to make your own crafts! 

This event has been organized by our Community Building Team. Thank you for all your work!

{Queer Awareness Week 2016}
After Hours Social
Our Community Building Team has organized After Hours Socials so that folks can come and experience OOC in an informal social setting! Each social has a different theme:
March 24 will explore healthy relationships and sexual health.
On April 7, folks will have a chance to discuss coming out and dealing with homo/transphobia. 

Free event with snacks available!

All events are wheelchair and scooter accessible. Please come scent & nut free. More accessibility information is found on the event pages – just click the title of each event!