You can email, call, or schedule an appointment with our director.
Our campus is home to a diverse, vibrant, and engaged community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT), and allied students, staff, and faculty. Many LGBT and allied people have found the campus and surrounding community an ideal place to learn, work, and live.
Who are You?
Upcoming events, how to update your name in the IC systems, gender neutral restroom locations, and more
Frequently asked questions, LGBT organization information, information about what the city of Ithaca has to offer (hint: it can be pretty gay)
Information on how to stay connected, and a sneak peak at what some of our alumni are up to!
In the summer of 2020 our office moved! We now have an amazing space with a relaxation room, a library, a kitchen with coffee and tea, and a big central lounge area!
We can now be found in the Towers Concourse - Suite 110. Across the hall from the Towers Blue Package Pickup Lockers!
We are roughly open from 8:30am-5pm, Monday - Friday. With later hours staffed by our student workers! Come and stop by we always love to see new faces
Our Center's Resources
Our office is staffed not only with a professional director but a new professional with an interest in LGBT College Life
We have a library, handouts regarding LGBT issues, a relaxation room, and a small kitchen stocked with coffee and tea.
We hold many campus-wide LGBT-themed educational programs and events. Events include a Pride Prom and a Rainbow Reception
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