The GLC develops services, education, and programs to support and engage prospective & current students, employees, & alumni who may identify across the Gender & LGBTQIA spectrum (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, & Ally). As a result, our students will feel:
Validated, Valued, & Victorious : The 3 V's of the GLC
. Validated in their identities
. Valued for their contributions and who they will become
. Victorious in their academic and social life at Elon
Our 3 Core Pillars Are:
. LGBTQIA Student Support & Engagement
. Campuswide Education & Ally Trainings
. Institutional Change in Policies & Practices
By accomplishing our mission, vision, and core pillars, students can participate in the full array of academic, co-curricular, and leadership experiences offered at Elon University.
What is Campus Pride? Campus Pride is a non-profit organization for students and groups dedicated to making higher education safer and more inclusive of LGBTQIA Communities.
What is the Campus Pride Index? It is a benchmarking assessment tool that shows how various different participating universities and colleges are making their institutions safer and inclusive to the LGBTQIA community.
Where does Elon Rank? Elon has received 5 out of 5 possible stars on the Campus Pride Index! Want to see our extended report on Campus Pride Index? Check out our report card here!
Sponsored by Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies, Health Promotion, and the Gender & LGBTQIA Center, national expert on masculinities, Michael Kimmel addressed a crowd on masculinity across collegiate environments.
Michael Messner, professor of sociology and gender studies at University of Southern California, will present "More Men: From Violence to Anti-Violence" in Whitley Auditorium at 7 p.m.
Elon's diversity-themed Winter Term highlights national expert on transgender inclusion on college campuses.
More than a dozen community organizations will gather at Elon University for the countywide 2016 World AIDS Day event.
Author and spoken-word performer Willy Wilkinson, reads excerpts from his writing that address social interactions, community membership, classification systems and services.
Joshua McIntosh ’97, Michael Bumbry ’07, Lee Buono ’16, Laurin Kier and Elizabeth Rogers were honored Oct. 22 for their advocacy efforts in the LGBTQIA communities