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.
GPS (Guidance - Perspective - Support) is a tool for LGBTQ and similarly-identified students to use as they are navigating their understanding of their identities.
New to campus? Looking to find and build community with other LGBTQ and similarly-identified students? Want to know more about the Spectrum Center and how we can make your college experience even better? Check out FreshSpectives!
The Spectrum Center Advocacy Board serves as a space for students to address campus policies related to sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
Spectrum Center and the Office of Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) are proud of introducing a new initiative centering Queer and Transgender People of Color (QTPOC) which consist of Community Dinners for/by QTPO