Students are welcome to become involved with The Pride Center through our number of programs as well as by utilizing our services and resources.
Dawg Ally is a great program offered to faculty and staff. Our peer-led Dawg Ally session is a training program for students who are interested in learning about gender and sexual identity, homophobia, heterosexism, and how they can provide support and work toward being an ally for the LGBTQIA+ community. Dawg Ally allows students to learn about LGBTQIA+ student life at the university.
Additionally, we offer programming throughout the year including Weeks of Welcome, Transgender Awareness Week, The Connect Conference, Lunch with Leaders, and Dawgs Making It Better. These programs allow students opportunities to engage with or collaborate with The Pride Center.
If you are seeking information related to support and inclusive practices for students in classrooms, organizations, or within the context of higher education please visit our resource pages. There are several local and national resources available to you; student leaders and staff of The Pride Center also serve as resources and are able available for consultation, if needed.
Lastly, Pride Center staff and student leaders are available to provide presentations and speak during a number of engagements. In the past, student leaders of The Pride Center have provided presentations within residence halls, classrooms, departmental meetings, and organization meetings.
For more information about programs, services, and resources offered by The Pride Center, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org, sign up to receive information through our weekly newsletter, or visit our center.