What is QSLC?
Hi, welcome to QSLC! Our mission is to establish community and increase visibility between students and LGBTQ+ friendly organizations at GMU. QSLC is advised and funded by the LGBTQ+ Resources Center, and we function as a direct link between students and the Center, as well as the wider campus community. We also collaborate with university offices, RSOs, and other campus based organizations to connect LGBTQ+ students with resources to better their time here at Mason. See below to learn more about who we are and what we do!
QSLC Executive Board:
Will is the Chair of the Queer Student Leadership Council. Their role includes working with the Executive Board and leading the members-at-large to advance events, partnerships, and other initiatives for developing the LGBTQ+ community at Mason.
They are an undergraduate student majoring in Public Administration and minoring in Data Analysis. In addition, they are a Student Coordinator at the LGBTQ+ Resources Center. Some other programs they are currently involved in include the Center's Peer Mentoring Program and the International Buddy Program with OIPS and INTO Mason.
Will's passions include vexillology, photography, reading, and music!
Juni is the current vice chair of QSLC and an First Year LGBT LC-RA with HRL.
They are a government and international politics major with a concentration in international relations and a minor in political communications and theater performance. they are also heavily involved with mason improv association, and they’re the chair for the GMU cosplay club.
Juni’s hobbies include reading, writing, watching anime, styling wigs, and cosplaying.
Events Lead- Vacant
Spring 2022 Events:
February 15th, 7:30pm-9pm
Pride Week Party!
March 31st, 7:30pm-9pm
Addiction Awareness Event
April 13th, 7:30pm-9pm
LGBTQ+ and Latinx Identities Conversations
Space where we held conversations about how LGBTQ+ identities intersect with Latinx identities and language.
the queerest Halloween costume party Mason has ever seen! We played games, chatted about how queer people have shaped Halloween celebrations, and ate candy.
Trans and Nonbinary Neurodivergency Roundtable
Hosted a community roundtable discussing what it means to be queer and neurodivergent. Collaborated with Disability Services to learn about what they do and how to be a good advocate for neurodivergent folks! We also had a special focus at this event on transgender members of the community, in honor of Transgender Awareness Week.
These are the organizations we've worked with in the past. Reach out if you'd like to work with us!