Navigating Campus

Resources Navigating Campus

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The LGBTQA+ Center is here to help you navigate campus safely and with confidence. Here are resources we've identified to help students.

Educational Programs

  • Women's and Gender Studies Major/Minor
    • The Women's and Gender Studies Program is devoted to creating safe and inclusive learning spaces where students, staff, and faculty can thrive and exchange ideas. With the commitment to the examination of women, gender, and sexuality through a variety of lenses, they believe in dignity and respect for all, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, country of origin, sexuality, disability, or age.
  • LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies Minor
    • The LGBTQ/Sexuality Studies Minor allows students to study diverse populations and communities whose voices have long been neglected, gain a wider perspective about current debates and study sexuality in all its varieties.

Gender Inclusive Resources

  • Gender Inclusive Housing
    • Gender-Inclusive Housing is designed to provide a supportive place for students of any gender identity to live on campus where they can feel safe, comfortable, and thrive.
    • More Info: page 5 of ​Trans Guide
  • Gender Inclusive Restrooms
    • Most academic and residential buildings around campus have single-stall gender inclusive restrooms. You can access a complete up-to-date listing of every gender inclusive restroom on campus here.
  • Chosen Names, Names Changes, and Gender Markers

Diversity offices and contacts

  • Office of Diversity and Inclusion
    • At the Univerity of Nebraska, all are welcome. Each person has something to gain from and offer to our community of learning, discovery, and outreach. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion offers a hub for all resources around campus that relate to fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.
  • Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion
    • Marco Barker is the vice chancellor for diversity and inclusion and holds an appointment as associate professor of practice in education administration.
  • Women's Center
    • The Women’s Center serves students and the campus community through a focus on gender, sexuality, and social justice. For more than 50 years, they have been dedicated to transforming campus climate at the university by developing and supporting a more inclusive understanding of gender and sexuality through education, outreach, and leadership development opportunities. The center provides resources for students with children and students of all genders while promoting sexual health and advocating for gender equity.
    • The Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS) enhances student success by promoting academic excellence, diversity awareness, and social engagement. They work with all UNL students with an emphasis on meeting the needs of ethnic minority students.
  • Services for Students with Disabilities
    • The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is committed to ensuring equal access to curricular and co-curricular opportunities for students with disabilities. Providing a range of services, SSD implements reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and offers students the opportunity to contribute and participate in the diverse campus experience.
  • CAPS
    • Counseling and Psychological Services is a multidisciplinary team of psychologists and counselors that work collaboratively with UNL students to help them explore their feelings and thoughts and learn helpful ways to improve their mental, psychological and emotional well-being when issues arise.
    • Scott Winrow, Ph.D., specializes in gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues. Contact:
  • Campus Supporters
    • A list of names, departments, and organizations of LGBTQA+ supporters around campus.

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