Our office, located in VU 515, provides a safe space for everyone to find support and be themselves. We operate on a STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL basis so everyone is guaranteed safe support. We are an office run by dedicated students, and we do our best to provide you the space and support you need. If we are unable to provide that for you, we will work with you to find the best resources on campus or in Bellingham.
Our office contains an extensive collection of resources such as memoirs, fiction, nonfiction, periodicals, pamphlets, DVDs, and information files on LGBTQ related issues. Click here to see our collection!
We can connect you with campus and community services, and we always keep referrals anonymous.
We hold speaker events, panels, seminars, discussions and more to engage and educate the student body about issues that the LGBT comunity face. Speakers bring their unique perspective and expertise to shed light on the nuances and struggles of intersectional identities. We also provide educational programs, available to Resident Advisors and professors, which serve to address issues regarding bias, stereotypes, pronouns, and more. For questions or if you want to suggest a speaker, please email the Educational Programming Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.