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The Q Center's main service is to provide a safe space on campus that is welcoming to all. The lounge has several couches and chairs, a TV, and even a Keurig where students can make their own coffee. It is a popular hang-out spot for many students, especially over the lunch hour. The lounge space is also big enough that it can be used as a meeting space for any of the LGBT student groups on campus. Feel free to stop in any time during open hours!


The Q Center library is a satellite of the Wallace Center. It hosts a collection of fictional, non-fictional, and biographical books covering a cross-section of issues and themes in the GLBT and Ally community. The Library also has a collection of DVDs as well as current and back issues of the Advocate, OUT, and Curve magazines. Library materials are available for use in the Center or can be borrowed for periods of time for use outside the Center. Any individual who possesses a current RIT ID is able to check out materials.
Browse our collection here: Q Center Library


Safe Zone training provides information to faculty, staff and student Allies, as well as support service providers, regarding transitional issues for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual, and Transgender (GLBT) students at RIT. The training can be individualized to populations with specific levels of knowledge, skills and responsibilities.
Contact qcenter@rit.edu for more information about setting up training for your group!


Two Macs are available in the Conference Room, and an additional one is available in the Library for public use during open hours.


Visit the Publications page to view our resources online.