Queer & Ally Student Assembly (QuASA)

QuASA, or the Queer and Ally Student Assembly, is one of the Cultural Assemblies within Program Board. As a Cultural Assembly, QuASA serves as the umbrella organization for Queer student groups.

Community. General QuASA Meetings are Wednesdays at 6:30-7:30pm in Tutor Campus Center Room 232 (TCC 232, the Trojan Family Dining room) (open to everyone).

Events. As a part of the programming branch of Undergraduate Student Government, QuASA creates events and programs designed to highlight the culture and community of Queer students at USC. Some of our signature programs include an annual Drag Show, Generation Queer, and Second Chance Prom.

Culture. Students who are a part of the Queer and/or LGBTQ+ community are welcome to join in on any and all of our programs! Folks can also be involved in the development stages of events and programs by joining the QuASA Executive Board. Students on E-Board hold either program-specific positions or are representing Member Organizations.

Fall Programming

Spring Programming

  • Welcome Back Barbecue
  • Coming Out Month
  • The Drag Show
  • And many more
  • Generation Queer Retreat
  • LGBTQ+ Community Dinner
  • Second Chance Prom
  • And many more

QuASA Director, Steven Vargas can be reached during his office hours as seen below.

LGBT Resource Center (STU 202)

Monday: 10-11am

Tuesday: 10-11am & 1-2pm



USG Office (TCC 224)

Wednesday: 9-10am & 12-1pm

Would you like to help coordinate traditional LGBTQ+ events on campus or put on an event of your own? If so, QuASA is the organization for you. Be sure to follow QuASA on Facebook!

For more information about getting involved with QuASA, please e-mail quasa@usc.edu!