St. Marks on Campus Study Lounge
St. Mark's on the Campushas Student Outreach including a study lounge during the fall and spring semesters.
2 nights of the week: Sunday and Wednesday 7 - 11 p.m.
Free coffee, free food, free pop, and free wi-fi! Call 402-474-1979 for more information.
St. Mark's is located at 13 & R Street. The Study Lounge is a non-religious program of St. Mark's On the Campus Episcopal Church. St. Mark's is an inclusive community and the Study Lounge is open to all students of all beliefs.
Email lists you can join for news, discussion, and event information:
- Committee for GLBT Concerns
- LGBTQ Resource Center
- SpectrumUNL (Undergraduate LGBTQA group), the Committee on GLBT Concerns, and the LGBTQA Resource Center also have facebook pages.
For the ALLY, LGBTQA Resource Center and LGBTQNews, please email email@example.com.
For more information on bullying issues impacting LGBT community:
PFLAG-Cornhusker meets on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at the Unitarian Church in Lincoln, 63 & A Street. There is a social half hour at 6:30 pm, a program at 7 pm, and support groups for those who want to participate at 8 pm. The meeting is over at 9 pm.
Transmasculine Support Group, meets monthly. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 712.756.0318.
Lincoln Groups you can join on Facebook:
Outlinc LGBT Community in Lincoln
Outlinc Professionals Group
LGBTQ Reading Group
Scott Winrow, UHC Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), second floor, 402-472-7450.
Trans* Students interested in a support group, please contact Dr. Scott Winrow at 402.472.7450
Employee Assistance Program (EAP): EAP services are available to faculty, staff, and their domestic partners (living in the same household). EAP is located in the 501 Building on city campus, 402-472-3107; 1-800-755-2655 (outside Lincoln).
You Are Not Alone: Suicide PreventionAre you feeling stressed, anxious, hopeless, isolated, or on edge? Have you noticed a friend who is feeling this way? Universities can sometimes feel big and lonely, but the fact is that many people at UNL care about your wellbeing. You don’t have to deal with stress alone!
If you are thinking about suicide, or if you are concerned about your wellbeing or the wellbeing of a friend, get help immediately. Tell an advisor, friend, or family member. RAs and RDs are trained to respond to this type of situation, as are many UNL faculty and staff members. Sharing your concern for a friend or letting others know the difficulty you’re facing is the first step. You Are Not Alone!
- St. Marks on-the-campus Episcopal, 1309 "R" Street, 402-474-1979
To find out about resource additions or updates, please contact the LGBTQA Resource Center at 402-472-1652 or email@example.com.