There are an abundance of health and wellness-related resources at or near the University of Oregon, including the Health Center, HIV Alliance, SASS, and more.
Counseling resources at the University of Oregon through the University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center are free for students. Click here for more information on these and other resources in the community geared towards LGBTQA-identified individuals.
If you or someone you know is the victim of bias, know where to turn for help.
The University of Oregon strives to provide as much support as possible to students who identify as transgender or gender queer. This link offers more information on the resources available to students undergoing a gender transition, gender inclusive restrooms, and gender inclusive housing on campus.
Did you know there are scholarships specifically designed for individuals who identify as LGBTQA? Well, there are. Check out our list of ways for students to help pay for their college education.
The Eugene-Springfield community provides many organizations that provide health services, offer support, and raise awareness for the LGBTQA community.
Find out about the many national organizations that are dedicated to making life better and more equal for LGBTQA-identified individuals and their families. Help is never out of reach.