Campus Groups and Resource Centers
CampusOUT, a program of the Gay Alliance, is a coalition of campus gay-straight alliances dedicated to sharing best practices through educational and skill-based training for existing and emerging student leaders.
CampusOUT is a student run coalition that pulls on the knowledge and experience of activists in the queer community. CampusOUT acknowledges the strength of student movements to fight for the equality of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender people, and will use our power as students to tackle institutions that enable homophobia, transphobia, biphobia, sexism, racism, classism, and the spread of HIV and STI’s to persist.
In order to effectively complete our mission, CampusOUT will use the following tactics:
Coordinate and promote campus GSA activities and events
Share resources to educate students, faculty and staff on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression
Advocate for fully inclusive campus policies
Work against hate based violence and hate speech
Promote diversity and respect
At Canisius, Unity is a student run organization that implements club-wide and campus-wide programs and initiatives to educate the community on GLBT issues with the goal of creating a more accepting atmosphere free of homophobic behavior.
Unity as a support system:
On the Canisius level and within our own group, the mission of Unity is to provide students an atmosphere where they will feel safe discussing issues concerning gender and sexuality. Unity is a safe place where members can feel free being who they are and saying what they feel.
Unity as a networking body:
At Canisius, Unity will exist as one of over 110 clubs and organizations on campus and will seek to co-sponsor events and network with these other groups to increase name recognition and inter-campus support. On a larger scale, Unity looks to keep in contact with sister Jesuit schools’ Gay-Straight Alliances, as well as local schools and organizations in the Western New York GLBT community, and seek to provide assistance through manpower, fundraising, and creativity.
The combined vision and mission of the Consortium is to achieve higher education environments in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni have equity in every respect. Our goals are to support colleagues and develop curriculum to professionally enhance this work; to seek climate improvement on campuses; and to advocate for policy change, program development, and establishment of LGBT Office/Centers.
Our mission is to coordinate the efforts of the entire Cornell University community to ensure the inclusion of all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people, and to eliminate heterosexism and gender identity oppression.
The Resource Center affirms lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender identities and lives, and provides education, outreach, programming, program support, consultation, community development, visibility, and advocacy.
Located in 626 Thurston Avenue, the LGBT Resource Center is here for you regardless of your sexual orientation, gender identity, or expression. We strive to be an affirming and welcoming space on campus that works to incorporate principles of social justice into our programs and services. We hope that by reviewing our resources, you can be a resource to a friend and to your community. Understanding these issues and how to provide appropriate support to the LGBTQQIA community is valuable to everyone.
The LGBT Resource Center is staffed Monday through Friday. Our lounge is open for you to enjoy during regular building hours of the Intercultural Center. Please stop by and say hello or send us an email at email@example.com. We look forward to meeting you soon!
Welcome to the Ithaca College Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services!
Our campus is home to a diverse, vibrant, and engaged community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT), and allied students, staff, and faculty. Many LGBT and allied people have found the campus and surrounding community an ideal place to learn, work, and live.
The Center for LGBT Education, Outreach, and Services actively fosters the academic success and personal growth of LGBT students, and it offers college-wide services to enhance the campus community’s understanding and appreciation of LGBT people and themes.
Our center is located on the lower level of the Hammond Health Center. The center’s services include
* an office staffed by a professional program director
* a resource room that offers a welcoming and supportive environment for LGBT people and their allies
* resources, information, and referrals on LGBT issues
* campus-wide LGBT-themed educational programs and events
Founded in 2001, the center provides access to information, education, support, and services that value each person’s unique diversity. Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect.
MCC’s Pride Alliance’s mission is to EDUCATE students, faculty, staff, administration, and the general public on issues concerning the GLBTQA (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Trangender, Questioning, and Ally) community.
We are located in the Campus Center!
Contact Person: Bess Watts, Advisor
Nazareth Lambda Association celebrates diversity and aims to provide resource information about and support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. We envision a campus community that embraces everyone, including persons of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities. Lambda welcomes the participation and support of all, including our straight allies, who share in and hope to realize this mission.
We hope and believe that our group will continue to grow and develop over the years, helping Nazareth become even more inclusive, welcoming, and safe for the LGBTQ community. All students with open minds are invited to join the Lambda Association.
It went from idea, to discussions, to a NYSUT resolution, and finally to a face-to-face meeting: 20 union members of a new task force met this past weekend to share stories and begin determining the best way to educate peers and advocate for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning/Queer colleagues.
Their task, as set out by a 2013 NYSUT resolution from the Representative Assembly, is to examine the atmosphere toward LGBTQ people in education, which has too often included bullying, exclusion or derision, creating anxiety and secrecy.