Women of Color Collective:  
Drop in, Wednesdays., 12-1pm, HUB Lounge Student Center, starts 9/16/15
Join us in creating community with SSU women of diverse and intersecting cultural identities. Share and be inspired by our collective stories and experiences in a safe space. Explore, process, and empower each other!

Transcending Boundaries:Gender Identity Discussion Group
Drop in, Wednesdays., 12-1pm, Stevenson 3042, starts 9/30/15
This weekly discussion group provides a space to explore, receive support, and build community around your gender identity. Contact Lindsey Brooks: lindsey.brooks@sonoma.edu or Jennifer Lotz: jennifer.lotz@sonoma.edu

Bisexual Discussion Group:
Drop in, Mondays, 12-1pm, Stev. 3042, Starts 9/28/15 
 Join our weekly discussion of topics related to bisexuality and explore your own sexual identity. Contact Lindsey Brooks: lindsey.brooks@sonoma.edu with questions.

Survivors of Sexual Assault:
 This group provides a confidential and safe space for survivors of sexual assault to discuss their concerns and receive support. It also provides the opportunity for survivors to become involved in prevention and awareness. Please contact laura.williams@sonoma.edu for information .

Latino/a Group:Drop in, Thursdays, 11am, HUB, starts 10/22/15
This is a  drop in,  support and discussion group designed for students who identify as Latino(a) or of multi-ethnic Latin descent.  Come chat with other Latinos on campus and get to know others in a supportive and safe place. Contact Kristina Rodriguez: rodrkris@sonoma.edu  with questions.

Understanding Self and Others: Sign up at CAPS
Members of this group will get feedback on how they come across to others and learn new ways to connect with people. The group offers the opportunity to practice new ways of relating to others. Members often come away from group with increased confidence and frequently report improvement in their relationships outside of group.

Men’s Group: Sign up at CAPS
This group provides a confidential and safe space to discuss men’s issues with the invitation to discuss and explore what kind of man you want to be in the world.  Contact Joe Puentes at puentesj@sonoma.edu