Welcome to the LGBTQ+ tab of Queens’ MCR.

Queens’ has a diverse and welcoming LGBTQ+ community, especially in the MCR. Throughout the year, there are many events organised by the college officers and throughout Cambridge to get involved with.

The MCR has an LGBTQ+ officer to represent our community at a college level and to organise socials throughout the year. Additionally, the officer is there for anyone wanting advice, support and as the first point of call for accessing welfare support. Your officer can be contacted at

There is an LGBTQ+ mailing list on CamSIS that will be used to keep you up to date with LGBTQ+ news in college, and to publicise more impromptu events. To subscribe go to Lists at cam; log in with Raven and search for quen-mcr-lgbt.

Cambridge Wide Events

In addition to uni and college organised events there are many town wide events that take place, the events below are just some of the regular events:

  • Glitterbomb – Clubnight - Usually a Tuesday night at Vinyl
  • Queer Beers – Pub Based social - One Saturday a month at the Fort St George, Midsummer Common, interspersed with QB Lates once a month
  • Dot Cotton – Clubnight - First Saturday of the month
  • Queers in Shorts – Queer Film Shorts Evening - Once a month, Thursday evening, currently online
  • Encompass Network has a calendar of other LGBTQ+ inclusive or dedicated events

Useful Welfare Resources and Contacts

is the welfare rep’s email, for more general welfare support.

This page contains information about welfare resources provided by the college, including college tutors, the college nurse, and the dedicated welfare team.

CUSU LGBT Campaign

Sexual Health information

The students’ unions’ advice service provide confidential, independent and impartial support, advice and information. They are independent of the university, so they are particularly useful if you need to appeal a university or college decision, for example one relating to exam results. Nightline is a support service operating every day during term between 7pm and 7am. They can listen to anything you want to talk about via phone or instant message, and will provide confidential, anonymous, non-judgemental support.