Name soon to change from QUOTA to Graduate Spectrum!
Welcome to Graduate Spectrum! If you're a graduate student and you identify as LGBTQIA+ or are an Ally, please consider joining us!
We will hold social events, meetings and educational evenings and summits throughout the year to educate our community and make TCU a safer and more open campus.
There will also be a new Gender Resource Center opening in the Fall, which will provide safe space for meeting, socializing and studying.
The purpose of this organization is to provide a social, service, academic, and political group for TCU graduate students and Brite Divinity graduate students who identify as non-normative in their sexual, social, gender, and/or romantic identities.
Describe the purpose and mission of your proposed organization.
This organization will give back to the TCU community by providing a safe social space and academic support system for TCU graduate students and Brite Divinity graduate students who identify in non-normative ways. In addition, this group will give back to the greater Fort Worth community by participating in community service projects, as well as in campus and community events.
President/Charter member of an organization must have completed a minimum of one (1) semester (Fall or Spring) at TCU and be in good standing with the University. Good standing is defined in the Student Organizations Handbook under Membership Requirements for Student Organizations.
Please use valid tcu.edu email addresses
Advisor must be a full-time TCU faculty, staff or chaplain. Advisor will be contacted to confirm commitment.
(e.g. Professor, Chaplain, etc.)
Please complete the following form for the organization that you advise.
Please list any/all membership requirements and/or qualifications that are expected of new members. Please refer to the Student Organizations Handbook under Memebership Requirements for Student Organizations.
Membership of this organization shall be open to TCU graduate and Brite graduate students who identify as non-normative in their sexual, social, gender, and/or romantic identities. While this is not an allies group, the term “non-normative” is to be interpreted individually and as such there are no specific identity requirements for being in this group beyond a willingness and desire to identify as “non-normative.”
Will your organization require members to pay dues or entrance/initiation fees?
How will new members join the organization?
Open enrollment - students may join at any time
If membership in your organization is an application & selection process, please indicate when you typically select new members? (Check all that apply)
- Not Applicable