The Women's & Gender Equity Center is dedicated to providing an inclusive space on campus and supports gender diversity by serving and advocating for all students.
In collaboration with the President's Commission on the Status of Women, this 5-session workshop series draws from theories of linguistic anthropology that advance diversity, inclusion, and social justice to provide tips and tools for recognizing and remaking everyday interactions with the goal of achieving greater gender-inclusivity.
If you are interested in participating in an upcoming session, please sign up by filling out this interest form. Those who sign up here will be the first to be contacted with registration information when it becomes available.
The LGBTQ Student Cultural Resource Center was established to serve the greater campus community by striving to create a safer and supportive environment for all LGBTQ students, faculty and staff, as well as, the community members who identify as allies. The center hopes to advocate for and educate on topics related to homophobia, heterosexism, inclusive language, and other sexual and gender identity issues. The center's space can be used for group meetings, support programs, teach-ins, and other sexual and gender identity-related programs.
Also known as CSULB QSA is an organization providing a safe place for all individuals regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity, aimed at promoting tolerance and encouraging acceptance through raising awareness of diverse LGBTQIAP+ experiences.
The mission of the Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer + Campus Climate (CLGBTIQ+CC) is to collaborate with all segments of the University to recruit, retain, and promote the success of LGBTQIA+ students, staff, faculty, and administrators.
The President’s Commission on the Status of Women serves the campus community through initiating, advocating and implementing action that addresses the concerns of CSULB women students, faculty, staff and administrators.
The mission of the Commission is to ensure that the University responds to the needs of women by removing inequities and providing a supportive educational, working and social environment for all members of the campus community. The Commission represents all University women in order to ensure that their status continues to be strengthened and enhanced.
The Men's Success Initiative seeks to support young men of color in their academic endeavors at Long Beach State University. MSI’s goal is to improve access, retention and graduation rates by providing academic support, professional development and mentoring.
Location: Student Success Center - 260
The Presidential Cabinet is comprised of students in charge of advising the president on relevant issues and providing programming and policy-making support for students, and is supervised by the ASI Chief Diversity Officer.