The following information is also available as a printable brochure.
Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) 3903
CUPE 3903 supports to the LGBTTTSQQIA community through access to Funds (e.g. Trans Fund), advocacy (filing and resolution of grievances, or complaints), education (in the union and York University as a workplace), and self-organizing (e.g. Trans Caucus and Trans Feminist Action Caucus, TFAC).
143 Atkinson Building
416-736-5154 ext. 3
The Centre for Women and Trans People (CWTP)
The CWTP is a feminist, anti-racist, pro-choice, queer positive and trans-positive, volunteer-driven, social justice organization committed to breaking the social isolation that women and trans people face on and off campus through programming, socials and events. Along with peer support, a resource base, and efforts to make the campus safer, the CWTP promotes individual and collective empowerment through skill-building, education and decolonization.
322 Student Centre
416-736-2100 ext. 33484
Glendon Counselling Services
Glendon Counselling Services offers a range of services to Glendon students, including personal counselling, career counselling and services for students with disabilities and learning skills instruction.
Glendon Hall, 111A
Glendon Queer Support (GQS)
GQS is a group facilitated by upper year students that promotes a supportive environment for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities on the Glendon campus.
Glendon Women and Trans Centre (GWTC)
GWTC is dedicated to providing a positive space where no person is judged based on their gender, race, religion, or sexual orientation. We work to promote the preservation of all human rights and administer the Glendon Food Bank and Emergency Shelter.
GLgbt* is a group that promotes a supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and queer folks or any individual with diverse sexual or gender identities on York University’s Glendon campus. The group hosts community-building social events and awareness campaigns throughout the year.
Health Education and Promotion, Student Community and Leadership Development (SCLD)
SCLD’s Health Education and Promotion team works collaboratively with on and off campus stakeholders to create a community that supports student well-being.
S172 Ross Building
LGBT+ Schulich links community, resources and opportunities for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, ally, and young professionals for pro-LGBT+ advancement in Canada and advocates for greater gender diversity at Schulich School of Business and our communities.
Facebook: LGBT+ Schulich
Twitter & Instagram: @schulichpride
OUTlaws (at Osgoode)
OUTlaws is a student group of the Osgoode Hall Law School that provides a social, educational and political forum for lesbians, gay men and women, transwomen and men, and their allies.
Personal Counselling Services (PCS)
PCS aims to help students realize, develop and fulfill their personal potential in order to maximally benefit from their university experience. PCS provides short-term individual, couple, and group counselling services to York University students, crisis intervention, consultation to the York Community regarding issues related to mental health and students in distress or crisis, critical incident response debriefings and consultation, and clinical training for graduate students in Psychology, Social Work, and Psychotherapy.
N110 Bennett Centre for Student Services
SexGen York Committee
SexGen York is University-wide committee responsible for advising and advocating around issues and concerns of sexual and gender diversity and orientation, whether in terms of university policy areas, academic climate, or general University environment.
Sexual Assault Survivors’ Support Line and Leadership (SASSL)
SASSL offers confidential, non-judgmental peer support and referrals to survivors of sexual violence through walk-in services (available year-round) and through a 24-hour crisis line (available during the school year). They provide outreach programs and information sessions focused on sexual violence education and prevention across York University and the GTA.
B449, Student Centre
416-736-2100 ext. 40345
24hr crisis line: 416-650-8056
Trans Bisexual Lesbian Gay Asexual at York (TBLGAY)
TBLGAY is a student-run organization that offers community referrals, a resource library, and a drop-in space where queer, trans and asexual students and community members can go to hang out and make new friends in the community.
A449 Student Centre
416-736-2100 ext. 20494
York University Faculty Association Queer Caucus
The Queer Caucus represents and serves queer faculty and librarians in the York University Faculty Association.