LGBTOUT’s Queer Orientation Events

Queer Orientation 2013: September 19-30, 2013

Queer Orientation is a tri-campus series of events that provides opportunities for new and returning students to make connections and engage in activities and discussions related to LGBTQ communities.  This is YOUR opportunity to take part in over 40 events on all three U of T campuses.

Queer Orientation Mandate

Full St. George Schedule
Full Mississauga Schedule
Full Scarborough Schedule

queer orientation

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LGBTOUT OPEN HOUSE & QUEER FAIR
Thursday, September 12
12pm-4pm
University College Courtyard, beside Sir Daniel Wilson Residence
Co-hosted with the University of Toronto Students’ Union, Sexual & Gender Diversity Office, Sexual Education Centre

What’s happening:
LGBTOUT has a drop-in Centre under Sir Daniel Wilson Archway at University College. We’re moving the Centre outside for one day of outreach, crafts, free food, performances, music, and much more

Rain Location: UC Commuter Centre

VILLAGE TOURS
Friday, September 20
5pm-7:30pm
7 Hart House Circle, Meet on the Lawn
Co-hosted with the Sexual & Gender Diversity Office

What’s happening:
Tour historic and hotspot locations throughout the Church & Wellesley Village. Followed by a social on Church Street. More info to come.

MEET N’ GREET
Monday, September 23
6pm-9pm
Hart House Arbor Room, 7 Hart House Circle

What’s happening:
Meet, mix, mingle with new and returning members of the UofT queer & trans communities. Plus, some free food.

LGBTOUT HOMOHOP: BACK TO SCHOOL
Friday, September 27
9pm-2am
Marquis of Granby, 418 Church Street

What’s happening:
Toronto’s oldest standing queer and trans all-ages dance party with multiple floors with both all-ages and 19+ areas. This is the only event with a  fee: $5 before 11pm and $10 after. $2 or a canned food item for the first hour if you have a valid post-secondary ID.

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The LGBTOUT Centre for Queer, Trans and Allied Students strives to make the University of Toronto and broader society more accessible, inclusive and socially just. We recognize that students are more than just students, and strive to create safe(r) spaces in recognition that students are of different races, classes, genders, sexualities, abilities, religions, politics & much more. If there are any accommodations or requests, please contact public relations@lgbtout.com.

 

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