Listed below are a number of LGBTQ+ resources.
Learn about the four basic levels of ally development and are related specifically to becoming an ally to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer persons.
Now that you've completed your Safe Zone training session, stay active in the Safe Zone community. Here are some other things you can do to support the LGBTQ+ community.
University Housing Services (UHS) staff, especially resident assistants (RA), have a strong influence in the lives of students who live on campus. By providing developmental assistance to residential students, they help create residence hall communities that should recognize and value every person. Here are a few tips for UHS staff and RAs can do to raise awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer identified (LGBTQ+) issues.
There are many fun ways to educate your residents on the LGBTQ+ community. Bulletin boards are a good place to start. You can do "question and answer" boards, general PRIDE information boards, or just about anything you can come up with.
There are many special LGBTQ+ events and occasions that offer perfect opportunities to make an educational bulletin board. Here are a few:
PRIDE has many helpful ideas and materials for bulletin board creation. If you need suggestions or help making a board, don't hesitate to call PRIDE at (309) 438-8968. Diversity Advocacy as well as University Housing Services Student/Staff Development (SSD) also have plenty of LGBTQ+ resources for your use.