UH LGBTQ Resource Center Records
The UH LGBTQ Resource Center Records includes analog and electronic material from 2008-2022 that document the formation of the Center. The collection includes annual reports, brochures, news articles, and records related to events, policies, programs, Cougar Ally Training, Rainbow Coogs, Rainbow Friends, scholarships, and the advisory board. While not currently listed in the inventory, the electronic documents are available for research.
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- University of Houston. LGBTQ Resource Center (Organization)
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Administrative History Note
In June 2010, the GLBT Resource Center was created with Lorraine Schroder as director,0 and in 2015, the center officially changed its name to LGBTQ Resource Center. Since its opening, the UH LGBTQ Center has made a huge impact on the lives of LGBTQ staff, students, and allies on campus by offering them a safe space to learn, grow, and talk about important issues that affect the LGBTQ community.
[Note author Lydia Sanchez; sources The Daily Cougar, OutSmart Magazine]
Materials were first transferred to Special Collections in 2015. Additions were added in 2022.
Initial Date Acquired: 7/2/15 Source: Lorraine Schroder at the LGBTQ Resource Center.
- Guide to the UH LGBT Resource Center Collection
- Arianna Silvas and Lydia Sanchez
- 2019, updated 2023
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