Student Organization: Sexuality and Gender Alliance, SAGA
SAGA meets TBD 2023-2024
Please note: Our meetings are open to all who wish to participate both educationally and socially in a dedicated safe space. These meetings are not open for students who are fulfilling academic or paraprofessional requirements! Pleasecontact us
directly and we can direct you to specific programs or trainings that would be more appropriate.
- Vice President:
- Public Relations:
- Shades Representative:
Visit us in Sykes Student Union, room 220. The office sits in the back left corner of the CSI (Center for Student Involvement) on the second floor.
The Speakout Program, now run by SAGA, is an opportunity for West Chester University's trans and queer students to share their coming out stories with their peers. To become a Speakout panelist, please contact SAGA directly by emailing them SAGA@wcupa.edu. An email regarding training for this will be sent out shortly. Please emailSAGA@wcupa.edu
with any additional questions.
Shades of the Rainbow
Shades of the Rainbow is a group that offers connection, support and community for queer and trans students of color. If you are interested in learning more about this group, please contactSAGA@wcupa.edu
for more information.
T-Time is a closed discussion and support group for trans and non-binary identifying students. We meet once a week in Sykes Student Union. For more information about this group, contactSAGA@wcupa.edu
to learn more.
Faculty/Staff Organization: LGBTQIA+ University Caucus
This caucus is comprised of faculty and staff that work in solidarity to create a safer and more equitable campus climate for trans and queer people.
If you have an issue of concern that you would like to bring to the attention of the Caucus, please send usan email
If you are interested in LGBTQAI+ University Caucus, please
University Caucus Mission StatementThe mission of the LGBTQIA+ University Caucus is to promote the equity, empowerment, and success of LGBTQIA+ students, faculty, and staff by fostering a safe campus environment; developing, suggesting, and supporting inclusive policies and curriculum; supporting LGBTQIA+ recruitment and retention initiatives; and promoting social and educational opportunities to meaningfully engage with the University community.
The committee is charged with the following functions:
- identify LGBTQA equity issues
- work with appropriate campus agencies to create a safe campus for LGBTQA people
- suggest, develop and implement educational programs
- promote an awareness and understanding of LGBTQA issues
- explore the possibilities of curriculum of LGBTQA issues
The caucus will make recommendations to appropriate channels within the University when concerns arise regarding these areas. These functions are in keeping with and enhancing the mission of West Chester University.
You can find more information about the LGBTQIA+ University Caucus on their website.