The Pride Leadership Council is a group of students who volunteer in a variety of leadership and advocacy roles across campus as representatives of the CSU LGBTQIA+ community. PLC meets regularly with staff of the Pride Resource Center to provide feedback on campus and center initiatives/programs and to continue developing as leaders and advocates of our community. Click here to learn more.
ASCSU Senate Team
The Associated Students of CSU (ASCSU) are elected representatives who advocate for CSU students on campus and at the local, state, and national levels of government. ASCSU oversees the allocation of student fees for campus programming, athletics, and a wide variety of services such as RamRide, Transport, Rams Against Hunger, media publication and much more. In addition to representative of each academic college, each Student Diversity Programs & Services office has representation in ASCSU. The Pride Resource Center typically has 4 seats in ASCSU; 2 Senator and 2 Associate Senator positions.
Trans Student Support Representatives
These student reps serve on the Trans Healthcare Committee, which provides feedback to the Transgender Care unit in the CSU Health Network, and the Trans Student Support Committee, which provides feedback to campus partners working to making CSU a more affirming and accessible campus for trans students. The Pride Resource Center typically has 2-4 positions.
Student Org Leaders
LGBTQIA+ affiliated student organizations are invited to stay connected to the Pride Resource Center through the Pride Leadership Council. Pride is committed to investing in our student orgs' development, leadership, membership, and continuity.