|To provide a comprehensive range of educational, informational, and advocacy services and to work to create and maintain a safe, inclusive multicultural environment for UCSC's GLBTI students, and to build bridges with GLBTI and youth organizations in Santa Cruz County; in particular, by providing cultural exchanges and community service learning opportunities for queer UCSC students.|
|In UCSC, near Crown College, next to the KZSC radio station building|
|Mon-Fri: 10 am-6 pm|
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|1997 as the The GLBT Resource Center, in 2004 it was named after Dr. Lionel Cantú|
The Lionel Cantú GLBTI Resource Center is a resource center for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and intersexed students. It was named after the gay sociology professor, Dr. Lionel Cantú Jr., who died in 2002.
The Center provides drop-in support, GLBTI-related news, and collaborates with GLBTI-related student organizations. It is also an official test site for HIV.