The Chapman Diversity Project is excited to announce that Queer Pages, an online resource for LGBTQIA+ students, has launched! This resource was created in collaboration between Cross-Cultural Engagement and the Advisory Group on the Status of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Communities.

Queer Pages came as a recommendation out of research done by the Advisory Group on the Status of LGBTQ Communities last year. This webpage is intended to centralize the existing resources for students at Chapman who are a part of the queer community.
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“Queer pages is incredibly important as we attempt to counter and alleviate the disenfranchisement of the LGBTQIA+ community at Chapman,” said Rose Mackenzie, student co-chair of the Advisory Group on the Status of LGBTQ Communities.

The webpage contains answers to some frequently asked questions, such as the location of all-gender restrooms and how to register and update a preferred name on email and ID cards. Queer Pages also brings together a wide range of campus resources from Cross-Cultural Engagement, which provides Safe Space workshop and Stonewall, a discussion group for students who identify as LGBTQIA+ to student organizations, such as Queer-Straight Alliance and Queer and Trans People of Color Collective, that provide spaces for people to build community.

In order to make sure that students are also able to connect with other support networks, there is also a section on local and online resources such as the LGBT Center OC, a Santa Ana center that provides weekly events and programs designed to support the local LGBTQIA+ community. Students can also access a list of faculty, staff and administrators who have identified themselves as advocates to students who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ community and have committed to being an open door for students.

Rose Mackenzie hopes that students will use this resource to access the support they often do not know is available to them. “The resource guide provides comprehensible answers to the question many Queer folks on campus have: “where can I find support?” In doing so, it affirms that Chapman values the Queer experience,” said Mackenzie.

We encourage everyone to explore and share Queer Pages You can find the site here:

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