Safe Space Training
The Safe Space network is made up of University faculty, staff, and students who are committed to being allies to the entire LGBTQ+ community. All members complete a two-hour training that consists of general information about the LGBTQ+ population and how to be an ally. At the end of the training, participants are given a distinctive rainbow-colored decal that reads, “I am sensitive to and supportive of lesbian, gay, bi, trans, queer, and questioning people.” These decals can be seen all around Grounds to display safe spaces for LGBTQ+ people. The program is administered by the LGBTQ Center out of Multicultural Student Services, a unit of the Office of the Dean of Students.
Available Training Dates:
Slots may fill up fast and we will inform you as soon as possible if they do so you can select another date. If you are not contacted within 3 business days you may assume that your spot has been confirmed and you will be expected to attend.
Monday, October 22, 6-8pm in NHL LGBTQC
Thursday, November 1, 6-8pm in NHL Boardroom
Friday, November 16, 4-6pm in the NHL MSC (NO LONGER AVAILABLE, FULL Training)
Monday, November 26, 6-8pm in NHL MSC (NO LONGER AVAILABLE, FULL Training)
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