About the GSRC
Our mission is to advocate for, educate with, and support all identities across the gender, sexual, and romantic spectrums through an intersectional lens. We build an equitable and inclusive culture of care on our campus in order to have a positive impact on the career readiness, graduation rates, and holistic success of UNC students.
Advocate collaboratively with coalition partners for systematic change in policy and practice to remove barriers, create belonging, and support student success.
Educate the campus community by providing development opportunities to encourage respectful discussion, challenge attitudes, personal reflection, competency-building, as well as academic and professional development related to gender, sexuality, and romantic identities.
Support and validate the existence of all identities across the gender, sexuality, and romantic identities spectrums by creating a sense of belonging, cultivating a network of mentoring support, while promoting students’ personal and academic success.
Our vision is to provide all students across the gender, sexual, and romantic identities spectrums an empowering environment that is accessible and transforms students’ ability to live lives of impact and social change.
If you need to speak/meet with us and cannot catch us in the office, please e-mail or call to schedule an appointment and we will be happy to meet with you. Thank you.
Contact the GSRC
2215 10th Ave., Campus Box 42
Greeley, CO 80631
Monday- Friday 8 am - 5 pm
UNC funded and opened the Birth Control Information Center
The Birth Control Information Center became the Human Sexuality Center
The Greeley Gay and Lesbian Alliance opened on campus - the first Queer student organization at UNC
UNC announces the official opening of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Resource Office located in Turner Hall
The Greeley Gay and Lesbian Alliance becomes In and Out
In and Out becomes Spectrum
The GLBTA Resource Office becomes the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center
The Gender and Sexuality Resource Center moves to new location: 2215 10th Avenue
GSRC is recognized as a Premier Institution for Queer Students and is rated 4.5 out of 5 stars on the Campus Pride Index
GSRC opens a conference space called the Annex to provide space for student trainings, meetings, and affinity groups