Check out these events hosted by the Pride Resource Center!
*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Pride Resource Center will not be hosting any events in person, but we look forward to hosting out events in. the fall of 2021.
Queer-B-Q (postponed due to COVID-19)
Join us for our kick-off event of the year. Our Queer-B-Q is a great place to meet other students with similar identities and experiences, and learn about how to get involved with our center and student organizations.
October is LGBTQ History Month! Each year, the Pride Resource Center participates in the nation-wide celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month, centered around National Coming Out Day on October 11th. There will be great events happening all month long.
Trans Awareness Week
Date: November 16-20, 2020
Trans Awareness Week, typically falling on the third week of November, is a week full of opportunities to connect with fellow members of the trans and nonbinary community, learn about trans experiences, and commemorate Trans Day of Remembrance. TDOR is internationally recognized on November 20th to honor those in the trans and nonbinary community who have lost their lives in the past year due to transphobia.
World AIDs Day (testing postponed due to COVID-19)
Recognized internationally on December 1st, World AIDs Day is a day created to raise awareness regarding AIDs and HIV, the importance of prevention and testing, and to honor those who have lost their lives to these diseases. The Pride Resource Center is proud to collaborate with the Northern Colorado Health Network to provide education and testing services for CSU for this occasion.
Trans Day of Visibility
Date: Wednesday, March 31st, 2021
March 31st marks the annual observance of Trans Day of Visibility. Join us to hear from our keynote speaker about the importance of visibility and advocacy for the trans and nonbinary community.
Queer Prom is our yearly tradition of bringing folks together for a night of dancing and fun in early April. For many of us, we know that prom and dances can often be places where we can’t wear what want, dance how we want, or bring who we want. For this prom, everyone is welcome, and encouraged and celebrated to be their authentic selves.
Lavender Graduation, held in late April, celebrates the accomplishments and achievements of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally undergraduate and graduate students. Colleges and universities across the United States participate in celebrations like this, and have celebrated Lav Grad (as it is affectionately known) for the last 15 years. Please join us in celebrating our graduates, scholarship recipients, and annual award winners.