Welcome to the LGBTQ+ Advocates
at Fullerton College!
The purpose of this Canvas Shell is to highlight LGBTQIA2S+ events and discuss what we would like to be doing and what changes we would like to see happen.
A group of individuals on campus have been meeting for roughly the past four years in relation to getting LGBTQIA+ services and support going. This Advocates page was started by Lisa Macafee (LMacafee@fullcoll.edu.) who identifies as autigender non-binary, also run an Affirming Neurodiversity.
LGBTQI2S+ Student Support Center
You can now find the LGBTQI2S+ Student Support Center in Building 500, Room 512 at Fullerton College. We are proud to be part of the Cadena Cultural Center, working in tandem with Grads 2 Be and Umoja.
LGBTQIA+ Point of Contact / Professional Expert
Ariel Gentalen (they/them) is Fullerton College's LGBTQIA2S+ Professional Expert. You can reach them at email@example.com
They will provide support, explain the process, and assist students (or staff) with reporting incidents of bullying, harassment, or intimidation based on a person’s real or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.
LGBTQ+ Advocates Listserv
Instagram, Facebook, and Website
Please consider following FC LGBTQ+ on Instagram or Facebook for community events and announcements relating to the queer community. Check out our FC LGBTQIA+ Website, too! You can always find links to our event zooms and other important info via our social media link tree.
Monthly Queer Events at Fullerton College
LGBTQIA+ Social Hour
Change Your Gender, Pronouns, or Name
(Links to an external site.)
Did you know you can update you personal information so everyone will see the name and gender you want them to see? Instructors, feel free to share this information with your students. Student, please feel free to utilize this info!
Gender identity and chosen name may be used on unofficial records and documents maintained by the District, and in situations where a legal sex and legal name are not required by law or District policy. That means it will show up on Canvas and on professor's rosters. It will still be possible for instructors to find your legal information, but this will be the first thing your professor sees!
Change your gender, name, and/or pronouns on the student information change form (Links to an external site.). For more information, please see our Chosen/Preferred Name, Gender Identity, & Pronouns website!
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Preferred/Chosen name will appear:
- Class/grade rosters
- Commencement program
- Dean’s List
- ID card
- Email display and username (coming soon)
- Activity rosters (coming soon)
Legal Name Will Appear:
- Billing statements
- Enrollment verification
- Financial aid documents
- Immigration documents
- Medical documents
- Official and unofficial transcripts
- Employee Paychecks/W2
- 1098-T Tuition Statement
- Student Schedule/Bill
Fullerton College LBGTQIA2S+ Efforts
Queer Studies at Fullerton College
SOSC 130 F Introduction to LGBTQ Studies
w/ Professor Liz Sanchez, ESanchez2@fullcoll.edu
Check the course catalog to see the listing for upcoming semesters!
This course examines the intersections of heterosexism, racism, classism, ableism, and other systems of power within the context of LGBTQ political struggles in the U.S. and on a global level. We will assess structures of power with a transformative lens utilizing queer theory and social movement discourse. We will examine the application of knowledge in political work.
QPOC Club at Fullerton College
Queer People of Color Club aims to make a safe space for queer & gender nonconforming people of color. Meetings for Fall 2022 TBA!
Associated Students LGBTQIA+ Resolution
Safe Zone Trainings
Amber Gonzalez firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenelle Herman email@example.com
Erin Lacorte firstname.lastname@example.org
Lisa Macafee LMacafee@fullcoll.edu
Liz Sanchez email@example.com
Monique Delatte firstname.lastname@example.org
Nic Vandever email@example.com
Creating Safe & Inclusive Spaces for LGBTQ Students
Fullerton College Faculty, Dr. Amber Rose González, presents an analytical toolkit based in critical ethnic, gender, and queer studies. Frameworks from these fields are applied in order to better understand issues LGBTQ+ students, staff and faculty face in higher education, generally, and at NOCCCD campuses, specifically.
Beyond FC: Resources & Information
Please feel free to check out our new resource list complete with LGBTQ+ Centers, Safe Space resources, LGBTQ+ Health & Testing Centers, TED Talks on LGBTQIA+, LGBTQIA+ History links, and LGBTQIA+ Entertainment.
LGBTQIA+ Safe Zone Project Resource Guide: A Community Manual for Local & National Queer Resources
This LGBTQIA+ Statistics is a compilation of data showing the disproportionate impact for LGBTQIA+ college students and LGBTQIA+ youth on college success, mental health, food and housing insecurity, and earnings.
THRIVE: People Like us!
Please consider viewing Lance Lockwood's 2019/2020 Distinguished Faculty of the Year Presentation; THRIVE: People Like Us. This video is an overview of the issues facing our LGBTQIA+ students at Santa Ana College and may help to boost your motivation!
Professor Lance Lockwood (Lockwood_Lance@sac.edu) has volunteered to function as LGBTQIA+ Point of Contact for students and staff at Santa Ana College.
The syllabus page shows a table-oriented view of the course schedule, and the basics of course grading. You can add any other comments, notes, or thoughts you have about the course structure, course policies or anything else.
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