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The Queer Resource Center fosters a safe space on campus for LGBTQI+ students to work on their personal educational goals in a safe and discreet environment. Our goal is to empower students by providing resources that specialize in the needs of our diverse Queer CCSF community.

Students can utilize the space for studying, printing, access to our food shelf, and attend events focused on their personal enrichment and education that reflects our local queer community. Please contact us if you have any questions or if you would like to see how you can become involved at the QRC!

Mission Statement

The Queer Resource Center (QRC) seeks to empower the lives of LGBTQI+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Questioning and Allies) students at CCSF by uniting the diverse individuals in the community across gender, race, age, and economic standing, religion, and ability differences. It provides access to a support system of peers and allies and strengthens the LGBTQI+ community at CCSF. In addition, the QRC acts as a center of education for and about the queer community through peer-led teachings, workshops, sexual health education and linkage to community resources.

Services at CCSF
LGBT Studies Department
Ardel Thomas ( Department Chair) Cloud Hall 203B (415) 239-3520
CCSF is proud to offer the nation's first LGBT Department. For a listing of current classes refer to the CCSF class schedules.

Link Center
Andrew Ciscel (Coordinator) MUB 301 (415) 452-5202
The Link Center is a student resource center offering safer sex supplies, education materials, mentoring, support, and referrals.

Project Safe
Andrew Ciscel (Coordinator) MUB 301 (415) 452-5202
Project Safe is a student club for those interested in working on HIV/ STI prevention issues.
Gender Diversity Project
Andrew Ciscel (Coordinator) MUB 301 (415) 452-5202
Gender Diversity Project is a student club designed to work in service to and in collaboration with, transgender communities at City College of San Francisco and beyond. Our mission is to dismantle stereotypes that perpetuate fear, discrimination, harassment, and violence. Our goal is to work together in support, education, and advocacy projects to ensure the dignity and human rights that we all deserve.