The LGBTQ+ Resource Center contributes to a culture of equity on campus through intentional programming and events. Follow our Instagram and MARQUEE for up-to-date information.
October is LGBTQ+ History Month
Expand all | Collapse all
Tea in the RC
- Donuts with Dr. Cole
- History Exhibit
- National Coming Out Day
- Alphabet Soup with Substance
- Out @ Work
- Trivia with Late Night
Tea in the RC
Tues Oct 4 | 11am-1pm | AMU 140
Stop in to our monthly social gathering. Come for the tea, snacks, and prizes -- stay for the community connection and conversation. Two words: hot. cider.
Donuts with Dr. Cole
Weds Oct 5 | 12:30pm-2pm | AMU 140
Vice President of Student Affairs, Dr. Cole, will spent the early afternoon in the LGBTQ+ Resource Center to connect, answer questions, and just hang out. Donuts included!
A Queer Botanical History
Weds Oct 5 - Friday Oct 7 | All Day | AMU 2nd Floor Lobby
Visit our quaint exhibit on the history of select flowers and their symbolism and connection to the queer community, located in the AMU Rotunda.
National Coming Out Day
Tues Oct 11 | 11am-1pm | Outside the Brew (AMU Ground Floor)
Visit our table outside The Brew for National Coming Out Day! Recognized on October 11th every year, it is as important to celebrate those who can come out as those who cannot. All levels of outness are valued and loved.
Soup with Substance: Alphabet Soup
Weds Oct 12 | 12pm-1pm | AMU 227
In collaboration with Campus Ministry, sit with us for a brief presentation on the importance LGBTQ+ terminology and the power of words. Soup lunch included!
Out @ Work
Mon Oct 24 | 5:30pm | AMU Henke Lounge
FREE PASTA DINNER. A Marquette Alumnus will guide us in a dialogue about being out in a professional setting; join the conversation about how to advocate for yourself and support fellow queer co-workers. Also, FREE PASTA DINNER!
LGBTQ+ Trivia with Late Night
Thurs Oct 27 | 9pm | The Annex
Connect with us all month via Instagram (@LGBTQMU)
Reach out to the center by emailing LGBTQCenter@marquette.edu
Support your LGBTQ+ friends, colleagues, and students. Utilize campus and local resources as well as engaging with small queer-owned businesses.