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QAPI's mission is to provide a safe space for individuals (and their allies) who identify as queer and Asian. QAPI also hopes to serve as an outlet to express and explore the intersectionality of these identities by fostering community.

Open to allies!

ucsbqapi@gmail.com

Portal Information

Description

QAPI provides a safe space for individuals who identify as queer and Asian, and is an outlet for expressing and exploring the intersectionality of these identities.

Category

Gender & Sexual Diversity

Registration Type

Continuing Organization (registered last year)

Meeting Day

We recommend including your regular general membership meeting day, time, and location in your profile so that prospective members can easily join your organization. You can update these fields at any time throughout the year. We also advise you add this to our campus calendar (https://orgsync.com/35502/eve...) for prospective students and/or interested members.

If you do not have scheduled meeting times and/or locations, please provide a current contact for prospective members to reach out.

Tuesday

Meeting Time

If you do not have scheduled meeting times and/or locations, please provide a current contact for prospective members to reach out.

8:00 PM

Meeting Location

If you do not have scheduled meeting times and/or locations, please provide a current contact for prospective members to reach out.

Resource Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity

Constitution Upload (8MB max)

Please upload a copy of the Organization's Constitution in PDF (.pdf) or Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format for approval.

For guidance in writing or updating a constitution, see the Constitution Template below, which outlines the required elements, available for download below.

Organization Email Address

If your organization (or the president) uses a generic email address from year to year (e.g.tennisclub.ucsb@gmail.com), please list it here. Do NOT provide an email address that will not be made accessible to future organization officers.

Number of Signers Required

How many of the officers must sign off to approve accounting transactions?

Two (2)