Final thoughts on LGBTQ+ Resources At U of O | Campus Tour 2019
Virtual Tours by Students
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OK, something else I wanted to talk about before ending this tour is the L G B T Q. Resource is here because the University of Oregon is a great school to go to if you are a part of that community there, for example, in Carson Hall, where I was the first floor is the gender inclusive floor. So no matter what gender you are, you Khun, live there and then that for along with the second for together, make up the lgbtq arc and an arc here it's it's a r C stands for academic, residential community. So it's like you're living with people who may be studying the same thing as you so you could live in a business our Kora music, Ark or a multicultural art. For the like the purpose of this video, I just wanted to tell you about Carson, and I love living here like, honestly, it's a good, great community like, um, I think it's really cool that the community has that safe space, like toe live. So if you come here and you want to live in an arc, that's an option. Then another thing here, I forgot the acronym for it. I know that it's like something like you, us like educational services or something like that, and it's essentially kind of like say, you were to have like a d h D or dyslexia and you needed additional resource is in school if you're part of the lgbtq community and you feel that there's something that is holding you back from succeeding, those resource is here that that particularly target that that community and can help you academically and in any way. Besides the living communities and just the resource is in the EMU, there's an entire like room dedicated to the club or the community on. So there's always a place to go to talk to someone in a nice safe space. It's really accepting and open and compassionate community is. So I just want to make sure that I touched on the LGBT curious sources here because it is a great school to go to if you are a part of that community,.