Campus Liaison for LGBTQIA+ Needs
Marciano Perez, Jr.
Student Affairs Office
M - TH: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
LGBTQIA+ MISSION STATEMENT
San Diego City College fosters an environment of diversity and inclusion, which promotes LGBTQIA+ awareness for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning, intersex, and asexual communities on campus. You will find nurturing and supportive spaces that are free from interference and disruption to higher learning and student life. We champion, equity, allyship, and mutual respect throughout our campus community.
City Unity Club:
The purpose of this club is to actively engage San Diego City College students in
the fight for LGBTQIA+ equality, through activism, education, and advocacy. The club
meets regularly during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Advisor - Shane Haggard
Club President - Danielle Beahm
Endowed Student Scholarships-
There are multiple student scholarships available for LGBTQIA+ students and active allies. The San Diego City College Foundation has over 40 scholarship opportunities for students each year. The scholarship cycle opens each year on December 1 and closes the last Sunday of February. More information about these scholarships is available on the SDCity.Academicworks.Com; tax-deductible donations to all scholarships may be made at the ((enter GIVE CITY or Foundation webpage here)) (please put name of scholarship in donation notes).
Other LGBTQIA scholarship resources:
- PFLAG Scholarship https://pflag.org/scholarship
- Queens of the Castro Scholarship https://www.queensofthecastro.com/scholarships/
- Project 10 Models of Excellence Scholarship http://friendsofproject10.org/scholarships.html
- San Diego Equality Business Association https://www.sdeba.org/pages/GSDBACFScholarships
Mental Health Resources
San Diego City College provides access to a number of mental health resources for both students and employees. Student resources include free and confidential one-on-one counseling with Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) interns. For more information, contact Health Services at 619-388-3055 or visit us at BT-105. You may also visit our website to learn more about the services we provide to students and employees Mental Health Counseling.
LGBTQIA+/Health Relationships/Mindfulness and Meditation/SMART Recovery
Free and confidential
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