Resources for LGBTQ Bobcats and Their Allies

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LGBTQ students are a vital part of the Bryant & Stratton College community. Whether they’re on campus or online, they bring perspectives, experiences and energy that enrich every class and every discussion.

But it isn’t easy. Being a college student is challenging to begin with. Doing it while living your truth can add just that much more complication.

At Bryant & Stratton College, we see you and we want to make sure that you have the support you need. That’s why we’ve put together these resources: to make sure that our LGBTQ students know where to turn when they need a little backup. We’ve also included resources for our non-LGBTQ students on how they can become better allies and provide the backup that their fellow Bobcats need.

For LGBTQ Bobcats

Center Link

Center Link is the LGBTQ community center of LGBTQ community centers. No matter where you are, it can help you find groups and centers near you. 


GLSEN works to ensure that students of every sexual orientation and gender identity are valued and respected in every school they attend. They’re great advocates and advisors. 


GLAAD is one of the biggest organizations dedicated to ensuring that LGBTQ people are seen.

National Center for Transgender Equality

The NCTE provides a full set of guides on everything from health coverage and getting IDs to knowing your rights in every situation.

For Bobcat Allies

Better Allies

“Better Allies,” by Karen Catlin, is the definitive book (and newsletter) on what you can do to become a better ally in the classroom and the workplace.

Straight For Equality

Straight For Equality provides constantly updated PDF guides that can help you advance your understanding and practice of allyship.

50+ Resources for LGBTQIA Allies

From the history of Pride Month to the right vocabulary to social media recos, this Buffer post is a great Allyship 101.

ASEE Ally Resources

The American Society for Engineering Education might not be the first name that comes to mind when you think of LGBTQ allyship. But they have a very well-developed curriculum on how to foster a supportive environment in college classrooms.

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