The GSRC is looking for new assistants next semester!
Please fill out the following form if you are interested in joining the team.
Mission Statement (revised 2014)
"The mission of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center (GSRC) is to provide resources, education, support and advocacy for gender and sexuality equity and inclusion for SUNY Oneonta students and employees and therefore the greater Oneonta community in support of the campus' diversity goals through an intersectional social justice approach to issues of privilege and oppression. The GSRC mission intersects with the college’s values to promote teaching, learning and scholarship related to gender and sexuality on campus, and to support student engagement through professional development and community relations.”
The Gender and Sexuality Resource center, located on the second floor of the Hunt College Union, provides a safe space for peoples of all genders, sexualities and creeds to relax in. Open 5 days a week, the center has a TV, fridge, and a mini library and periodicals section. From doing homework to watching TV, we're here for you.
GSRC Fall 2014 Hours
Monday - Thursday 10 am - 9 pm
Student Group Meetings
Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) meetings take place every Wednesday at 8:30 in the Union Square Room of Hunt Union.
Gender and Equal Rights Society (GEaRS) meetings take place 6:30-7:30 Thursdays in the Leatherstocking Room.
Queer Students of Color Discussion Group meetings take place 6:30 Thursdays in Denison Hall (CME).
Fabulous Oneonta Feminists Discussion Group meetings take place 6pm Thursdays in Starbucks Hunt Union.
kNOw Violence- Contact: Rebecca Harrington, Health Educator.
The know violence committee provides programming and education to the campus community regarding the issues of sexual assault and relationship violence. The Committee is made up of faculty, staff and students and meets once a month.
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Sexual Misconduct Policy Taskforce- Contact: Andrew Stammel, Title IX Coordinator.
The College, at the direction of the President, has convened a Task Force with the primary charge of crafting a Comprehensive Sexual Misconduct Policy for the College. While members of the College community are already protected from sexual harassment and sexual violence by a number of policies, this Comprehensive Policy will be a single, easily accessible and user-friendly document for students, employees, and others affected by sexual misconduct to find information regarding the College's rules and procedures, including the rights of students and the obligations of the institution and its employees.
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Center Director, Dr. Elliot Ruggles