NorCal T-Camp

We are excited to announce our 6th annual NorCal T-Camp!


  • When is it? March 24 to 26, 2023
  • When is the application due? Application deadline: February 27, 2023 at 11:59pm!!!  When will I be notified about my acceptance? Participants will be notified if they were selected to attend by March 9, 2023.
  • Who can apply? We welcome applicants from any Northern California college or university, including community colleges.  We encourage you to apply for T-Camp if:
    • You are a Trans, Non-binary, Genderqueer, Agender, or Gender questioning college student
    • You wish to explore your own gender identity/expression and engage in dialogue with others
    • You wish to build community with your peers across multiple campuses and experiences
    • You wish to gain knowledge regarding trans issues, self-care, wellness, and accessing resources and support
We look forward to seeing you at NorCal T Camp 2023! If you have any questions, please contact the NorCal T-Camp Planning Committee ( 


How will y'all be COVID safe? Great question

  1. Folks will wear masks at all times while indoors (except to eat or drink water)
  2. Folks will provide proof of a negative COVID 19 test
    • Preferred option PCR a couple days before 
    • Morning of:  Rapid Antigen test 
  3. Venue space is large enough to allow for social distancing of participants
  4. During meals, participants are welcome to eat outdoors 

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History of T Camp: NorCal T-Camp is typically an intercampus two-day retreat for northern California college and university students to explore gender identity and expression and to engage in dialogue with our peers. This year, NorCal T-Camp returns to being in-person since 2020!  This event is specifically for students who are trans, transgender, nonbinary, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, agender, gender creative, genderfluid, gender questioning, and/or elsewhere or outside the realm of gender. Retreat facilitators include transgender and genderqueer community members, as well as campus LGBTQIA+ resource professionals.