Elon University’s Gender and LGBTQIA Center exists so LGBTQIA and Ally students & employees
feel respected, safe, and valued on campus, so they may fully participate in the full array of
academic, co-curricular, and leadership experiences offered at Elon University.
We are proud that our national ranking for LGBTQIA Inclusion has skyrocketed this year.
In 1 year, Elon University has jumped over 250 universities, now officially at
4.5 out of 5 stars on the CampusPRIDE Index for LGBTQIA Inclusion.
Our services, education, and programs impact prospective and current students, employees,
& alumni who may identify across the Gender & LGBTQIA spectrum
(Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, & Ally).
We have excellent programs, events, dialogues, resources, and groups to connect with!
Check out our links on the left for more info, and we look forward to meeting & greeting you!
More than 75 people crowded Elon’s Gender and LGBTQIA Center Monday to support one another and remember the victims of the Orlando shooting.
Outstanding students were honored at Elon's annual cermony sponsored by the Gender and LGBTQIA Center.
Elon University has received several questions and expressions of concern regarding this week’s action by the North Carolina legislature prohibiting local government non-discrimination laws.
Elon senior Claire Lockard used the Lumen Prize, the university’s top award for undergraduate research and creative achievement, to reconceptualize what is meant by "identity" and reimagine the possibilities for diversity on college campuses.
The national climate around student protests and diversity efforts sparked Harvard University to invite alumnus Matthew Antonio Bosch to share diversity achievements, ongoing challenges, and conversations on student activism.
The Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Lecture Series will bring speakers to campus to help educate the Elon University community about healthy relationships and domestic violence.