Gender, Sexual and Romantic Identities Residential Learning Community

Gender, Romantic & Sexual Identities RLC 

The Gender, Sexual & Romantic Identities (GSRI) Residential Learning Community is a supportive community that engages in an open dialog about identity.  The community works in close partnership with the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center to facilitate dialogue, engagement, and programming around marginalized identities .  The GSRI is a space for students who identify across the Gender, Sexual & Romantic Identity spectrums. 

The community‚Äôs mission is to provide a space for students to learn and explore their own identities as they navigate the broader university community.  This Residential Learning community focuses on awareness of the gender, sexual and romantic spectrums. Through advocacy, education, and supportive spaces, we hope to develop dialogue, reflection, and empowerment, resulting in the thoughtful discussion of marginalized identities to advance equity and inclusion at the University of Northern Colorado.

To apply for this community, select Gender, Romantic and Sexual Identities from the Residential Learning Communities drop down box when you complete your housing contract.

Student Learning Outcomes

Advocate

  • Students will be able to define what it means to advocate for themselves on campus.
  • Students will learn and be able to articulate the systems and practices that can be utilized to confront or report discrimination and bias-related behaviors. 

Educate

  • Students will be able to utilize inclusive language.
  • Students will be able to articulate what intersectionality means and how it might impact their own student experience.
  • Students will be able to articulate a working understanding of multiple truths and how that information affects identities they hold. 

Support

  • Students will be able to articulate what identities they hold.
  • Students will be able to articulate and illustrate their identities by demonstrating self-reflection.
  • Students will be able to articulate what support means to them and what resources are available on campus to support marginalized identities.