The Centre for Gender Advocacy (CGA) is a student funded organization. You have the right to opt-out of the fee levy for the CGA.
Before opting-out, please consider that for only ¢29 per credit (for undergraduate students) or ¢50/semester (for graduate students), the Centre for Gender Advocacy provides:
• an alternative library with over 1000 titles, many DVDs and zines
• a volunteer-staffed peer support program that offers many kinds of services including free one-on-one peer support, advocacy and accompaniments, resource finding for free or cheap food and housing resources, and navigating university bureaucracy
• free summer film screenings and critical discussion
• free workshops and skill-shares on topics ranging from activist networking tools to safer sex awareness, and from anti-racism to environmental justice
• many rooms to hold your group meetings, and resources to support community organizing
• harm reductions supplies, free safer sex kits and low-cost binders
• groups and projects like Missing Justice, and Reproductive Autonomy
• community organizing focused on issues such as independent media, migrant justice, mental health, queer struggles, indigenous solidarity, and more!
In order to opt-out, please come to our office, 2110 MacKay, during our office hours (Monday – Friday 9am-5pm) with your student ID card and student account record. You can opt out for a period of exactly 2 weeks every semester starting the day after the tuition fee payment deadline. For more information, call 514-848-2424 x7431 or email info[at]centre2110.org.