In Student Life, it's important to us that our programs, services, and spaces are safe(r) for everybody. No matter the colour of your skin, what you believe in, where you come from, how you got here, who you love, or how you choose to identify yourself, we welcome you.
If you are looking for information about campus and community services, supports, resources and programming offered for LGBTQ2IA+ students, visit the links below.
If you have questions on topics not posted here, the student Facilitator at email@example.com will be happy to help.
Subscribe to our e-newsletter for information about OUTline ONline chat support, OUTline volunteer recruitment and training, workshops, community events and more!
If you have any questions related to sexuality, sexual preference, gender, or identity, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and the OUTline Facilitator will send you a private response.
Your anonymous, confidential, private, online chat service to talk to a volunteer about anything related to sexuality or gender. Summer hours: Mon, Wed & Sat at 7pm-10pm. Fall & Winter hours: everyday at 5pm-10pm.
Are you looking for a private, small group of students where you can connect in a safe(r) space, talk about sexuality and identities, and meet with a group of people you can relate to? We offer a regular meeting, led by an out facilitator, that you can register for by emailing email@example.com. The meeting day, time and location will be sent to you privately.
Regular posts by the OUTline Facilitator and OUTline volunteer team on a wide range of subjects relating to sexuality and gender. Visit our OUTline Facebook page for a list of upcoming queer-friendly events on campus.
The Multi-Faith Resource Team celebrates diversity, promotes understanding, encourages harmony and fosters spiritual growth at the University of Guelph. Visit our webpage for more information about LGBTQ2IA+ participation, leadership, and access to supports through the Multi-Faith Resource Team.
A community group that offers great events to meet other LGBTQ+ people in the Guelph community.