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2SLGBTQIA+ Drop-in: 2023-24

A mult-coloured rainbow swirl across the top of the graphic is inclusive of 2-spirited, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer/questioning, intersex and others. The words "2SLGBTQIA+ Drop-in" are displayed across the bottom, adjacent to a small OCAD U logo.

The 2SLGBTQIA+ (2-Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Queer/Questioning, Intersex, Asexual) Drop-in is designed to be a fun, positive space where OCAD U's queer community feels welcome, safe, and represented.

Fridays, 2 to 4 pm
Room 187, Level 1, 100 McCaul Street

Coordinated by OCAD U’s Student Wellness Centre (SWC) and Campus Life office.

WINTER 2024*

International Asexuality Day (April 6)
Lesbian Visibility Day (April 26)

Friday, April 5
Final drop-in of the term.
Free hot chocolate, tea and snacks!
Main lobby, 100 McCaul Street

2SLGBTQIA+ Drop-in: Feedback Survey

Coordinated by OCAD U’s Student Wellness Centre (SWC) and Campus Life office, the 2SLGBTQIA+ Drop-in was hosted weekly at 100 McCaul Street through the fall and winter terms. Designed to be a fun, positive space, OCAD U's queer community was invited to drop by weekly for connection, networking and opportunities for learning and sharing, where they could also feel welcome, safe, and represented. Did you attend the drop-in weekly or occasionally? 

Do you have feedback for us? Do you want to be involved in future planning or join our email list? 
We'd love to hear from you!

*Subject to change

We strive to provide to provide inclusive, accessible opportunities for the OCAD U community to engage safely. To confidentially request an accommodation for this activity (including transit fare to off-campus locations), contact Brent E. James in OCAD U’s Campus Life office (by noon the day before the event) at

To ensure the safest possible work and learning environment for our community, all participants of Welcome Squad events are required to adhere to OCAD University’s policies and procedures, including COVID-19 health and safety protocols as required by the University on-campus, or by off-campus venues.

Fragrance: scented products and fragrances can aggravate health problems for people with respiratory illness, allergies, scent- or multi-chemical sensitivities. Your cooperation in avoiding the use of perfume, diffusers, scented hair products, cologne, scented deodorant, aftershave, etc. at this event is appreciated. Read more...