COVID 19 Message

In the Pride Center, we strive to provide excellent care for students, faculty, and staff. Despite COVID 19, the pride center will still be open! Ready to provide you with socially distanced, and virtual support. A big part of our role on campus is to be present with people. Please do not hesitate to reach out, ask questions, or share concerns. Send emails to or  

Please take care of yourself and thank you for your patience!


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FALL 2021


LGBTIQQAAAPTS+ Welcome Social!!!

Pride flag containing the rainbow, trans, and people of color flags in it.

Queer Cinema Presents:  

Rainbow Unity - First Meeting


All students are invited to Rainbow Unity's first meeting of the semester!!!! All LGBTIQQAAPTS+ students and those who take action as an ally or accomplice are invited to attend!!! 

Transform- First Meeting


All students are invited to Transform's first meeting of the semester!!!! All trans-identified students and those who take action as an ally or accomplice are invited to attend!!! 


National Coming Out Day 

Monday, October 11



Campus Presentations: 

Celebrate International Pronoun Day

October 16.

Queer Cinema Presents:  



Ally Training:

Trans & Non-Binary Panel:

Trans Day of Remembrance 

November 20.

Queer Cinema Presents:  


Queer Cinema Presents:  

World AIDS Day: Testing Day 




Campus Presentation: Tuesday, February 16 

Alok: "Beyond the Gender Binary"

Meeting ID: 891 5893 2863

Passcode: non-binary

Ally Training:

Zoom Link to the Ally Training!

Queer Cinema Presents: 


Campus Presentation: Tuesday, March 2 7:00 pm 

TRANSparency: Speaking Our Truths

Written by and for trans and non-binary survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence, the new anthology Written on the Body offers support, guidance, and hope for those who struggle to find safety at home, in the body, and other impossible-seeming places. This collection of letters written to body parts weaves together powerful narratives of gender, identity, and abuse, caringly collected and tenderly held.

In these letters, contributors are remembering, reinventing, and reclaiming their words, bodies, families, and homes as they create new definitions of what wholeness means. In writing and sharing these stories of ourselves and our bodies, bodies that often experience such severe isolation and disconnection, we begin to build resources for finding experiences in common and healing together.

Join contributors of the book as they share excerpts, answer questions, and lift up trans and non-binary voices, claiming space to be and feel alive in our bodies, alone and together, and to vision a future in which every part of us survives and thrives.

Trans & Non-Binary Panel:

Ally Training:

18th Annual Drag Show: 


Campus Presentation: Tuesday, April 13th @ 7 PM

Ally Training:

Drag Bingo

Link to Zoom

Queer Cinema Presents: 

Rainbow Graduation


Ally Workshop


For any accommodations necessary to experience what the Pride Center has to offer please contact Pride Center