LGBTQ-Plus Fall 2019 Graduating Students Invited to Graduation Celebration

LGBTQ-plus and Queer-identifying students who are graduating in the fall of 2019 (December graduation) are invited to participate in a free lavender graduation celebration with Lavender Society at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. Participants will receive a stole and participation in the brunch celebration at no cost.

Interested students should fill out the following interest form as soon as possible.

Lavender Society is a registered student organization dedicated to providing spaces to celebrate LGBTQ-plus and Queer students at the University of Arkansas.

Please contact Toby Klein with any questions: Tlklein@uark.edu.

Contacts

Toby Klein, president
Lavender Society (RSO)
847-287-8629, tlklein@uark.edu

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