Pride Center

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Trans and Non-binary Gender Resources & Programs

Trans/Non-binary at CSUN

Trans* Empowerment Week

Transcend beyond LGB and come out to empower our transgender community with the Pride Center of the University Student Union. Join us to explore and create vital resources to uplift Trans*, genderqueer, gender non-conforming and non-binary individuals.

T-Time

Do you identify as transgender, gender questioning, genderqueer or non-binary? Come and talk with us about living with these intersecting identities, find support with your peers and build community.

  • T-Time meets on Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Pride Center on the 2nd floor of the Sol Center.
  • Trans* students may bring an ally for support.

The Queer Collective

“We are a collective of queer student leaders on campus. We strive to create and foster an environment surrounding queerness, embracing intersectionality and difference. The Queer Collective provides a safe, brave, and supportive space to LGBTQIA+ individuals that helps to give a sense of belonging while advocating for the advancement of campus life for queer students. Our club is a form of resistance to heteronormativity, cis normativity, and social systems that oppress our community. Join us to celebrate our queerness, provide visibility on campus, and have fun!”

  • General Body Meetings from 7–9 p.m. every Thursday in the Altadena Room in the East Conference Center within the USU.

Ghamma Rho Lambda

Gamma Rho Lambda — Epsilon Chapter is an all-inclusive, queer based social sorority exemplifying the qualities of tolerance, diversity, unity, and trust, which provides a network of assistance in the areas of scholastic guidance, emotional support, and community service while ultimately developing the lifelong bonds of siblinghood.

Title IX Notice of Non-discrimination

California State University, Northridge does not discriminate on the basis of gender, which includes sex and gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation in its education programs or activities. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and certain other federal and state laws, prohibit discrimination on the basis of gender or sexual orientation in employment, as well as in all education programs and activities operated by the University (both on and off campus). The protection against discrimination on the basis of gender or sexual orientation includes sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, gender-based dating, domestic violence and stalking.

Gender Inclusive Restrooms

A Gender Inclusive Restroom is a safe and welcoming place for people of all gender identities and expressions. CSUN provides access to several non-gendered restrooms to reduce the implications trans and gender non-conforming people can encounter in labeled restrooms.

Map of Gender Inclusive Restrooms in the University Student Union PDF icon

Map of Gender Inclusive Restrooms at CSUN PDF icon

Requesting Changes to University Information

Preferred First Name Request
Use this form to request a “preferred first name” change that will display on class and grade rosters. You can also pick up a form at the Pride Center.

CSUN Food Pantry

The CSUN Food Pantry exists to provide emergency nourishment and basic necessities at no cost to CSUN’s students. It supplies food and offers food program assistance to those who are without reliable access to affordable, nutritious food.

University Counseling Services

University Counseling Services provides free therapy to CSUN students. There is an LGBTQIA+ therapy group, and one therapist works closely with queer students.


Trans/Non-binary Gender Resources

Athletics

  • TRANS*ATHLETE
    TRANS*ATHLETE is a resource for students, athletes, coaches and administrators to find information about trans inclusion in athletics at various levels of play.
  • EVERYBODY
    Everybody gym is a located in NorthEast Los Angeles. They welcome all bodies, genders, races, nationalities, faiths, classes, sexualities, sizes, ages & abilities. They do not tolerate racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia or oppression of any kind.

Binding Resources

Community

  • FTM International
    FTM International focuses on human rights, immigrant rights and anti-oppression work with all our members, families, friends, allies, donors, volunteers, chapter members and leaders.
  • Trans* Lounge
    Trans* Lounge is the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s groundbreaking education, empowerment and social program dedicated to serving Los Angeles’ transgender community. Anyone who identifies as trans is welcome to become a member of Trans* Lounge. It’s free to join and once you are a member, all of their programs are free to attend. Some of their programs include:
    • All About Estrogen/ All About Testosterone
    • Finding Your Female Voice/ Finding Your Male Voice
    • Trans*Surgery – Q&A with a Doctor About GRS
  • Trans People of Color Coalition
    Trans People of Color Coalition (TPOCC) is the only national social justice organization that promotes the interest of trans people of color. TPOCC inspires and nurtures collaboration among communities of color dedicated to anti-racism, fighting transphobia and the empowerment of transgender persons of color. They work to strengthen and mobilize individuals, families and communities by changing laws, educating the public, and building social and economic strength among all persons of color. Find more on their Facebook page.

Employment and Legal Resources

  • TransCanWork
    The TransCanWork mission is to promote California as a “truly transgender positive workplace” and create a model for the remainder of the country.
  • Transgender Law and Policy Institute
    The Transgender Law and Policy Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging in effective advocacy for transgender people in our society.
  • Transgender Law Center
    The Transgender Law Center works to change laws, policy and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free form discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression.
  • Sylvia Rivera Law Project
    The Sylvia Rivera Law Project works to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine gender identity and expression, regardless of income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination or violence.
  • Transgender Economic Empowerment Project (TEEP)
    Unfortunately, discrimination in the workplace against transgender people is still alarmingly common. That’s why the Los Angeles LGBT Center offers services to help transgender women and men develop professional skills, find employment with trans-friendly employers and thrive in the workplace.

Health and Wellness

  • Human Rights Campaign — Transgender Visibility: A Guide to Being You
    This Human Rights Campaign brochure is a general guide with a variety of information for people who identify as trans.
  • Los Angeles LGBTQ Center — Transgender Care
    The Los Angeles LGBT Center is Southern California’s largest and most comprehensive provider of healthcare for transgender and gender non-conforming people.
  • St. John’s Well Child & Family Center — Transgender Health Program
    St. John’s Well Child and Family Center welcomes all patients regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation and/or presentation. They provide comprehensive transgender health services in a safe and welcoming environment where you are free to be yourself.
  • Trans Lifeline
    Trans Lifeline is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the well being of transgender people. Trans Lifeline volunteers are ready to respond to whatever support needs members of our community might have.
  • Los Angeles Gender Center
    The Los Angeles Gender Center provides an environment of safety, support and understanding for exploring gender and sexuality.
  • I Think I Might Be Transgender
    This brochure by and for individuals who may identify as transgender includes possible experiences one may encounter if they are trans and quick snippets of personal experience of self-identified trans individuals.
  • Trans Health
    Health resources for transgender individuals.
  • Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles — Center for Transyouth Health and Development
    The Center for Transyouth Health and Development promotes healthy futures for transyouth by providing services, research, training and capacity building that is developmentally informed, affirmative, compassionate and holistic for gender non-conforming children and transyouth.
  • Tarzana Treatment Center
    Tarzana Treatment Center (TTC) offers services including addiction and substance abuse treatments, individual, group and family therapy, STI & HIV testing and treatment, and other health and mental health services.
  • Trans* Connections
    An HIV prevention program through APLA Health for Trans* people of color ages 18 to 29. Participants are paid for their time, and on the first visit you get $50.
  • World Professional Organization for Transgender Health
    World Professional Organization for Transgender Health works to change laws, policy and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity of expression.

Social Justice and Activism

  • Gender Justice LA
    A Los Angeles-based non-profit organization working to build the collective power of the transgender community. Gender Justice LA operates several programs, including a campaign for affordable, quality healthcare, advocacy and education and community wellness programs.
  • Transgender Equality
    The National Center for Transgender Equality is a national social justice organization devoted to ending discrimination and violence against transgender people.
  • TransLatin@ Coalition
    The TransLatin@ Coalition is an organization form by Trans Latin@ leaders who have come together in 2009 to organize and advocate for the needs of Trans Latin@s who are immigrants and reside in the US. Since its inception The TransLatin@ Coalition has done advocacy work across the US to ensure the voices of TransLatin@s are heard. The TransLatin@ Coalition’s sole purpose is to address the unique and specific challenges and needs of Trans Latin@s who live in the United States. Working with policy makers and supporting organizations we find solutions to our unique needs and create structural changes to better our quality of life. 

Tucking Resources

Voice Therapy

Transgender Ally Resources