Especially for Students With LGBT - Related Concerns

There are groups of college students who by reason of their distinct characteristics face unique challenges in their quest to be academically successful.

That which distinguishes a particular group may be due to:

  1. their time or method of entry to the university (i.e., incoming students, international students, or veteran students),
  2. an activity they participate in (athletes or students traveling internationally),
  3. a shared experience (students living in residence housing, honors college students)
  4. or a shared personal characteristic (students with a disability, or LGBT students).

As a Student with LGBT - Related Concerns you may find the following resources helpful.

Answers to Your Questions For a Better Understanding of Sexual Orientation & Homosexuality

Answers to Your Questions About Transgender People, Gender Identity, and Gender Expression

Coming Out

Gay and Bisexual Men's Health

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health - Lesbian and Bisexual Women


How To Deal With Stress

Valuing A Gay Or Lesbian Self-Identity

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