LGBTQI Student Groups
Loyola University of Chicago has two active LGBTQIA student organizations on campus. The two student groups that are at Loyola currently are Advocate and QTPOC (Queer and Trans People of Color).
Below you will find a description of the group, contact information, and meeting times
Advocate is a registered student organization (RSO) for all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and allied Loyola University Chicago students. Through weekly general meetings and regular events we maintain a safe space for our members and cultivate a queer community dedicated to education, advocacy, and Loyola’s Jesuit Mission. With our partner organizations we work to increase the occurrence and quality of social justice programming that pertains to issues effecting queer Loyola students and the broader LGBTQA Community. If interested in joining us please come to one of our general meetings on Thursdays from 7-8PM in McCormick Lounge, Coffey Hall, LSC or email us at email@example.com.
Contact Person: Paul Kubicki at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Time: Every Thursday from 7-8 P.M. in (COFFEY HALL - MCCORMICK LOUNGE)
Queer and Trans People of Color
Is a LGBTQI group on campus that focuses on the experience of Queer and Trans people of color (QTPC). This is a space where LGBTQI identified people can talk about their multiple identities in a safe and relaxing environment.
Meeting Time: Every Wednesday from 4-5 in the Black Cultural Center
Contact: Miguel Macias at email@example.com