LGBTQIA+ Resources

This is not an exhaustive or final list of resources. We are continually adding and improving the list, and we welcome any suggestions for additions, changes, and edits from the community. Please feel free to email Angelica Mishra, Assistant to the Chief Diversity Officer, at with your thoughts.

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LGBTQ+ Resource Center

The LGBTQ+ Resource Center at KU is one of the four Inclusion Centers. Staff, student groups, and Student Assistants work tirelessly to create safer spaces and advocate for folks in the LGBTQ+ community.

They offer Safe Space Training, Gender and Sexual Minorities Conference, KU All-Inclusive Establishment Initiative, Out! @ KU, and much more!

Visit their website here!


Allies seeks to advocate, educate, increase awareness, and provide a safe social and support network to Kutztown University's lesbian, gay, bisexual, asexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and queer community. We provide a safe, social, support network to advocate for LGBTQ+ persons and straight allies who are students, staff, alumni, or faculty of Kutztown University. We strive to educate members, students, staff, and faculty of Kutztown University and the community about discrimination and oppression of LGBTQ+ individuals, increase awareness and acceptance of LGBTQ+ persons and issues to create and ensure cooperation and unity among the Kutztown University community.

Visit their Engage page here!

women's, gender, and sexuality studies minor

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies minor provides a multicultural, multiracial, and multi-generational look at the evolution of women’s experiences. Students explore politics, sexuality, health, and education through a multidisciplinary curriculum.

The goals of the program are fundamental to all human endeavors:

  • To work toward educational equity.
  • To develop a curriculum and a community that is free of sexism, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, and all forms of discrimination.
  • To create awareness of the worldwide contributions of women.
  • To establish an educational environment that encourages personal and academic growth.

Visit their website here!

online resources

Visit the Online Resources tab of the LGBTQ+ Resource Center's website for a great list!