The USSU Pride Centre supplies information on safer sex, community organizations, as well as free condoms, latex gloves, dental dams, and female condoms. The Centre also offers information on local and national Queer news and community LBGTT2IQQ events.
In addition, the Centre has an extensive collection of books and magazines focused on sexual orientation and gender identity issues. Our library is available for all undergraduate students at the University of Saskatchewan.
Positive Space 101
The Positive Space 101 workshop is a beginner’s overview on gender and sexual diversity. The workshop looks at different ways to create positive spaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirit, queer, and questioning people. For more information on Positive Space 101 events click here
Pride Centre volunteers are trained in LBGTT2IQQ issues and offer informed, confidential support. Students may be referred, when necessary, to an appropriate organization, counselor, doctor or other professional.
LBGTT2IQQ Issues In Education
- USSU Pride Centre Library: The Centre has an extensive collection of books and magazines focused on sexual orientation and gender identity issues.
- U of S Library
- The USSU Housing Registry can be found online here
- University of Saskatchewan Residences: Students may request in confidence to be matched with an LGBTA-friendly roommate under Special Considerations category. Please contact Sylvia Cholodnuik, U of S Residences for more information at 306-966-6775.
This group provides a safe space to learn about and explore gender diversity. Through a mixture of discussion, community guests, movies, and presentations, this group meets to share and learn about our bodies, our spaces, our stories, and our identities. Everyone is welcome.
Location: Pride Centre (MUB 104)
Rainbow Coffee Hour
This is a weekly group that provides a safe space for youth/young adults and their allies, to meet, hang out, participate in activities, watch movies and have great discussions over coffee and snacks. Location: the Avenue Community Centre (#201 – 320 21st Street W)
Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. All Genders Welcome!
Come together for a night of fun and friends! Location: Pride Centre (MUB 104)