At the center of our efforts to create a respectful, just, and inclusive community, the LGBT Resource Center provides resources, programming, and advocacy designed to build a stronger and safer place that celebrates our individuality together.
The Syracuse University LGBT Resource Center embodies our values of accountability, awareness, community, and social justice. We work to ensure our community understands the full meaning—and effect—of privilege and oppression, and we strive to create a campus that promotes understanding, acceptance, empowerment, and visibility of people with marginalized genders and sexualities.
We provide intentional spaces for discussion, opportunities for self-reflection and learning, and platforms for community building. We encourage you to explore our wide range of opportunities and connect with a network of support and purpose. Here are just a few:
This one-hour training session provides an overview of the LGBT Resource Center.
Safer People, Safer Spaces
A three-hour, interactive allyship developmental training. Engage in community-building, discuss the campus climate, and develop action steps to create safer, more inclusive spaces on campus and beyond.
Begin to process and heal from the tragedy at Pulse in Orlando. Build affirming relationships and analyze the ways in which damaging bias and other systems of oppression enable personal violence.
Cross Q Connections
A new discussion group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, questioning, and asexual people and their cisgender, straight allies to build community and explore their identities and experiences.
A closed discussion for genderqueer, gender nonconforming, gender questioning, and trans people.
A closed discussion for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and asexual people of color.
Coming out Month
Each October, we present a month of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and asexual themed programming.
Every winter, we fund a delegation of undergraduates to attend this national LGBTQ leadership conference.
Trans Day of Liberation
In April, we host a speaker or performer who gives voice to the lives, identities, possibilities, and experiences of trans communities.
This annual event celebrates LGBTQA communities at Syracuse University, SUNY-ESF, and the city of Syracuse. Join us for dinner, a student keynote speaker, graduating LGBTQA student recognition, the Rainbow Recognition Awards, music, and dancing.
Syracuse University’s policies and procedures uphold our beliefs in equality without discrimination.
- Non-Discrimination/Equal Opportunity Policy
- Employee Non-Discrimination/Anti-Harassment Policy
- Sexual Harassment, Abuse, and Assault Prevention Policy
- Student Same-Sex Domestic Partnership Policy
- Faculty & Staff Benefits Eligibility Policy