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The Gender & Sexuality Student Resource Center (GSSRC) works holistically with students navigating gender- and sexuality-based experiences, needs, and barriers throughout their educational experience.

The GSSRC is located at the SLCC South City Campus in SCM 1-140 and at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus in STC 101T. Visit us Mondays-Thursdays, 9am – 5pm, and remotely on Fridays, 9am – 5pm. 

2024 GSSRC Summer hours: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Pillars of Focus

Programming & Events

We host programs and events that engage, educate, and inform our college community and community at large as well as providing activities for levity, relief, and self-care.

  • Support and Discussion Groups
  • Film Series and Movie Nights
  • Awareness and Heritage Months
  • Writing and Craft Group
  • Lectures and Workshops
Outreach, Access, & Retention

We’re dedicated to seeking out those who can benefit from our services the most and supporting them in ways that help them thrive during their time at SLCC.

  • Tabling and Community Events
  • Providing College and Community Resources
  • Scholarships
  • Social Media
Awareness & Advocacy

We believe that holistic equity work can’t simply be providing a safe space for our populations, but diligently working for systemic, intersectional transformation. We will be an institutional voice for this change.

  • Trainings and Workshops
  • Institutional Policy Change
  • Social Media and Marketing Campaigns
  • Representation
Physical Space

We know that having a sense of belonging is essential to success, and we will make space where you belong - physical spaces on campus to help create visibility, build community, and offer safety.

  • Space for Organizing, Programming, and Meeting
  • Gender and Sexuality Library
  • Computers with Free Printing
  • Menstrual and Safer Sex Products
  • Lounge Area with Snacks and Games
  • Resources


Empowerment & Advancement

Empowering ourselves, others, and the systems we live within to actively advance positive change through recognizing our shared humanity. Challenging ourselves, others, and the systems we live within to think critically about our roles in the harming and healing of our community.

Intentional Intersectionality

We recognize that every person has many stories to tell, multiple lenses to see the world, and, to quote poet Walt Whitman, “contains multitudes.” These stories, lenses, and layers shape the way each of us see and interact with the world. In everything we do, we strive to intentionally acknowledge and honor those layers – especially the ones our communities often struggle to recognize.

Upcoming Events