Chapman University’s Queer Pages is an online resource for students who identify as part of the LGBTQIA+ communities and allies, created by Cross-Cultural Engagement in collaboration with the Advisory Group on the Status of LGBTQIA+ Communities. The webpage contains information that ranges from LGBTQ+ student support to local resources and scholarship opportunities.
Recently, an educational resources section was added to the Queer Pages for the Chapman community to review and reference. As we all work together to create a more inclusive and equitable campus for our LGBTQIA+ communities, browse through the educational resources section to learn more about preferred names and pronouns, allyship and more.
Additionally, the Advocates of Chapman section provides a list of staff, faculty and administrators who have committed to being an open door and advocate for students from underrepresented communities, including the LGBTQIA+ communities. If you would like to be featured as a self-identified advocate for underrepresented communities at Chapman, simply complete the Advocates at Chapman form.
If you have any questions or suggestions for content that might be helpful to add, contact Chapman Diversity Project.