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Opportunities for LGBTIQA+ Alums

UNC-CH LGBTQ Center Alum Recognition

Too often the accomplishments of LGBTIQA+ folks go unheralded or without the recognition deserved. The LGBTQ Center staff would like to showcase the wonderful adventures and accomplishments (professional and personal achievements) of our UNC Alum. We'd also like to provide visible role models and a list of folks who are willing to contribute information and/or time to new generations of Tarheels. To that end, we are creating an online Alum directory and showcase. We invite UNC alum to share a little about their adventures since graduation as well as to serve as a resource contact. If you are willing to participate in this project, please complete the alum information form. The information will be compiled and made available on our website. You may also be asked to be a featured alum in an upcoming edition of Aluminate!

Click here for the Alum Information Form.


UNC-CH LGBTQ Alum Listserv

Please consider joining our Alum listserv. A few times during the year, we will send out updates about what we are doing and how Alum can get involved. This is also where we send out Aluminate.

Subscribe to the LGBTIQA+ Alum Listserv

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Aluminate Alum Magazine

In Aluminate, our semi-annual Alum magazine, we provide an opportunity to stay connected to the Center's ongoing changes, challenges, and achievements. Each issue, we interview and feature a randomly chosen Alum from those who have submitted to the Alum Information Form. It is distributed via the LGBTIQA Alum Listserv - so sign up above to receive the next edition!



The UNC-CH Provost’s Committee on LGBTQ Life and the University Development Office are starting the UNC LGBTQ Network. With the UNC LGBTQ Network we aim to institutionalize a platform and spirit of engagement that can serve as a lasting resource for Carolina and its LBGTQ constituency. Today at Carolina, nearly a dozen student-led groups and a trio of important University-sponsored resources address LGBTQ interests. In conversations with these groups, we find a consistent desire for more alumni engagement. We believe this Network is the missing piece. What now? Let’s grow this thing! Use the following the sign-up to join.

* ”Alum” is the singular, gender-neutral term for someone who has graduated from an educational institution.