CenterSpace provides a weekly drop-in space for different communities within queer life at the University of Michigan. CenterSpace creates space for people of similar identities to gain support from one another while building a community of collective resources. There will be a CenterSpace host each evening who identifies within the community being centered. The host will greet participants, guide the conversation, answer any questions, and gather/share resources. CenterSpaces are offered on North and Central Campus.
North Campus CenterSpaces run from 5:00 - 6:00 PM in the 1180 Teleconference Suite at the Duderstadt Center (connected to Pierpont Commons). The North Campus CenterSpace for fall semester 2017 is:
- Wednesdays: LGBTQ individuals and similarly identified or questioning
Central Campus CenterSpaces run from 5:00 - 6:00 PM in the Spectrum Center. The Central Campus CenterSpaces for fall semester 2017 are:
- Tuesdays: bi, pan, fluid and similarly identified or questioning
- Wednesdays: queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) and similarly identified
- Thursdays: trans, agender, genderqueer, non-binary and similarly identified or questioning
- Friday: ace/aromantic and similarly identified or questioning
Interested in hosting a CenterSpace for your community? Email us and we can partner to create space for LGBT and similarly identified students in your community to connect with one another.