The Positive Space Committee for the Scarborough campus meets bi-weekly to discuss emerging issues, respond to needs throughout the campus, and network with others to support the Positive Space Campaign at UTSC.
Our committee is comprised of students, staff, librarians and faculty across the campus who are interested in supporting Positive Space and connecting with others committed to addressing homophobia, transphobia, and other forms of gender-based oppression, and making our learning and working environments more inclusive. Allies are encouraged to attend these meetings and participate in the campaign. Let’s work together to make UTSC more 2SLGBTQ+ positive!
About the UTSC Positive Space Committee
2SLGBTQ+ Supports at UTSC
Browse below for a list of supports for the 2SLGBTQ+ community at UTSC. UTSC Positive Space wants all members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community to feel safe and welcome on campus. We are privileged to have a number of resources & services that are here to help.
The Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Office is a central resource that provides training, programming, and engagement initiatives related to equity, access, discrimination, and harassment for all UTSC community members.
The Health & Wellness Centre’s team of health care professionals provide medical, counselling, health promotion and education services to University of Toronto Scarborough students. For more information about Gender Affirming Care, please visit the Health and Wellness Centre’s website.
SC:OUT is a 2SLGBTQ+ student organization that provides a positive and active social atmosphere for members by organizing social activities, providing peer counselling, accumulating and providing information and other resources on a wide range of sexuality/gender issues.
The UTSC Women’s and Trans Centre is a non-profit, student run organization that aims to create a safer & more inclusive community for folks who identify as queer, racialized, trans, non-binary, women, femmes and any and all intersections of the above identities.
The SGDO builds supportive learning and working communities by working towards equity and challenging discrimination. The Office provides innovative programming, resources, support, and workshops on sexual and gender diversity for students, staff, faculty, and librarians.
The Centre works to create a campus environment where all members of the University community can study, work and live free from sexual violence. With locations on each campus, the Centre helps campus community member who have been affected by sexual violence or sexual harassment access support, services and accommodations.
Our Centre is available to current students, staff, faculty, and librarians at the University of Toronto. People from all gender identities, expressions, and sexualities have access to our services, and will be welcomed by our highly skilled and compassionate team.